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Denver, Colorado, Estate Planning, Elder Law and Probate Attorneys

Estate planning, probate and elder law are best accomplished by working with an experienced attorney who has a thorough understanding of these legal areas. At Glatstein & O’Brien LLP, this is what we do. We focus on three things:

  • Helping people plan for future events and end-of-life scenarios
  • Protecting our clients’ interests during the probate administration process
  • Resolving probate disputes and probate litigation, including guardianships and conservatorships, effectively while keeping costs and delays to a minimum

Estate Planning: Comprehensive estate planning gives you a chance to make vital end-of-life decisions for yourself. It saves your family or beneficiaries untold amounts of stress, delay and expense. We provide a broad range of essential estate planning techniques to meet your individual needs and goals:

Elder Law: We help seniors and their families cope with the issues relevant to them, including:

Probate and Estate Administration: The experienced probate lawyers at our firm advise fiduciaries during the process of settling an estate, including paying off creditors and making distributions to the beneficiaries. We also represent beneficiaries, creditors and omitted spouses. Finally, we are available to assist clients with ancillary probate

Probate Litigation: Our probate attorneys represent family members, executors, trustees and personal representatives in will contests, trust disputes and other probate litigation matters. These can involve allegations regarding:

To schedule a initial consultation, call our Denver, Colorado, office directly at 303-731-3986 or complete the brief intake form located on the Contact Us of our Web site. If you have limited mobility, we are happy to meet at a Denver metro-area location that is convenient for you. We represent clients in the Denver-metro area, throughout Colorado and from across the country regarding Colorado matters.

For more information about probate and trust disputes, please see our probate litigation information center . For more information about probate administration, please see our FAQ: Starting Probate, Beneficiary Rights, Omitted Spouses.

Evening, Weekend and In-Home Appointments Available

Major Credit Cards Accepted

Practice Areas

Elder Law
Estate Planning
Probate & Estate Administration
Probate Litigation