Estate planning is an important step for individuals and familes to protect their loved ones and the wealth they have worked so hard to build. Kinney Law Office is able to help prepare wills, trusts and other estate planning documents that can support your family in their time of need. Proper estate and wealth planning is very important for mineral owners, business owners and others that want to protect their assets and provide for their spouse, children and other family members. These documents will help your family with important decisions after you are gone and relieve them of the financial and emotional burden of having to make these decisions during a difficult time.

Kinney Law Office has launched an estate planning service to help individuals and familes prepare estate plans that protect their legacy and provide for the loved ones they leave behind. You can find more information about our estate planning services at After working with several mineral owners on problems relating to their minerals, we decided that more could be done to help people manage these and other important assets. Our goal is to create estate plans that work today and are revisited on a regular basis to ensure that mineral rights, real property and/or business assets are properly incorporated into the estate plan. Life events like marriages, a home purchase and starting a family also change your estate planning needs. We offer a range of subscription options to help our clients maintain their estate plans and ensure that the plan is always ready to support their loved ones - no matter what the circumstances.

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Our services go beyond just the preparation of documents. Our office is able to leverage our extensive experience in mineral rights and property transactions to help other parties such as trustees, executors and estate representatives sort out posthumous estate plan problems and administration. Being designated as the most responsible of the family members can come with its own challenges, especially when a decesed loved one did not maintain proper documentation relating to a trust or other estate planning asset. Under certain circumstances, trustees can be held personally liable for errors in administration of a trust - even if they did not set up the trust. Don't let this happen to you. We can help resolve these issues and keep you (and your loved ones) out of court and out of trouble.

Contact our office today to find out how we can help you prepare your estate and protect your family and legacy.

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Kinney Law Office
1600 Broadway
Suite 1634
Denver, Colorado 80202
tel: 303.386.4328
fax: 307.633.9729
Kinney Law Office
109 East 17th Street
Suite 5168
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
tel: 307.633.9728
fax: 307.633.9729
Call us today: Colorado: 303-386-4328 Wyoming: 307-633-9728