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Colorado and Kansas Estate Planning Attorney
“Bear Proof” Estate Planning and Peace of Mind For Outdoorsmen
What is an Estate Plan? Do I Need to Have a Will?
An estate plan tells the world what to do with your property when you die. Whether from old age surrounded by family in a nursing home, or stranded somewhere on a mountain on a hunting trip gone wrong, having an estate plan in place is a permanent directive to your family concerning what happens to your property such as firearms and antiques, as well as the care for your children or even hunting dogs. Having a will is an important part of an estate plan— A will can outline many aspects of your wishes, but cannot provide certain protections to property that a trust would provide. Click Here For More Information on Estate Planning Services.
Is There a Simple Estate Plan I Can Use?
Absolutely. The Law Office of Nathaniel Gilbert, LLC provides Estate Plans ranging from a simple will to complex, multi-part trust agreements. A simple will and advanced medical and financial directive drafted by Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert will give you ultimate peace of mind for less than the cost of a new Browning X-Bolt Pro Long Range, and will protect your family (just like a rifle) in the event of your death. This simple estate plan will remain in place for the entirety of your life, or until you decide to make any changes. Click Here To Learn More About “Bear Proof” Estate Planning.
How Much Does a Will Cost?
When you are thinking about planning your estate, the total cost of preparing (and implementing) your estate and inheritance plan is a very large factor to consider. For information on considering factors that drive cost for estate planning, Click Here. For a published list of prices for Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, and other documents at The Law Office of Nathaniel Gilbert, LLC, Click Here.
Colorado and Kansas Wildlife and Hunting Violation Attorney
What is the fine for hunting without a license?
Fines for hunting without a license vary considerably by state. In Colorado, the fine for hunting without a valid license is the cost of the most expensive license for that species (small game, elk, deer, bighorn sheep, etc.) multiplied by two. The number of points assessed against your hunting license can vary depending on what species you were hunting. If you are issued a ticket in any state for hunting without a license, you should consult with an attorney before pleading guilty and paying the fine.
Do I need my Hunter's Safety Card in Colorado?
The short answer is yes. You must have completed an approved Hunter's Safety course before purchasing a hunting license in Colorado, subject to a few exceptions. Additionally, you must have your hunter's safety card in your possession while hunting, or have your hunter's safety information officially verified by the Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife.
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