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Wills and Living Wills

Who needs a will?
Most of us put off writing a will because we don’t want to think about the end of life. But if you have children, are unmarried and in a long-term relationship, or own anything you care about – from a cat to a stock portfolio - you can benefit from creating a will.

Why a will?
A will lets you control what happens to your property and underage children if you die. Without one, the court decides and they may not decide in ways you would have wanted.

Learning about wills
Writing a will can be easy, but deciding what goes into it can be complicated and emotional. Bradford’s 40-page booklet, Planning a Will in Colorado, gives you the basics about evaluating your estate, naming beneficiaries, and providing for young children. 

Living Will Forms

Most of us hate to imagine becoming so ill that we can’t advocate for ourselves. But if you are severely injured, unconscious or terminally ill, a living will is your voice. A legally valid living will describes the type of life-saving measures you do – or don’t – want. If you use Bradford Publishing's Colorado-approved form, you gain a tool that speaks for you when you can no longer speak for yourself.

Learning more about living wills and advance directives
A living will form is just one tool available for helping guide medical decisions when you are very ill. Others include a medical power of attorney and a Do Not Resuscitate order. Whether you are writing so-called “advance directives” for yourself or a family member, Bradford’s helpful booklet, Planning Ahead: Living Wills and Other Advance Directives, tells you everything you need to know about how these forms work alone and together, helping you make your wishes known before you are disabled.

Our Forms

Last Will and Testament (without minor children)

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Last Will and Testament (without minor children)

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This document is used to specify who, or what, will get your belongings, or estate after you die. Your estate is basically everything you own, including partial ownership of an asset.


With this form you can nominate a Personal Representative who will make sure that the terms of your will are carried out. If you have minor children use form 39C. To learn more about this form, see Planning a Will in Colorado.

Also available is our Colorado Will and Estate Planner which covers Wills and much, much more!

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Last Will and Testament (with minor children)

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Last Will and Testament (with minor children)

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This document is used to specify who, or what, will get your belongings, or estate, after you die. Your estate is basically everything you own, including partial ownership of an asset.

With this form you can nominate a Personal Representative who will make sure that the terms of your will are carried out. If you have minor children you can choose someone to care for them and anything they inherit. To learn more about this form, see Planning a Will in Colorado.

Also available is our Colorado Will and Estate Planner which covers Wills and much, much more!

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Last Will and Testament (with Descendants Trust)

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Last Will and Testament (with Descendants Trust)

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This will gives the residuary estate of a deceased person, whose spouse is also deceased, to a Trustee for the benefit of minor children of the deceased.

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Planning Ahead: Living Wills & Other Advance Directives

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Most people buy insurance to be prepared for the possibility of a car accident or a house fire. What about the possibility that you are unable to make decisions about your own medical care?

Planning ahead for a disability includes planning for the possibility that someone else may have to make those decisions for you.

This booklet describes what lawyers call "advance directives" – documents that name someone to act on your behalf, state your wishes about your medical or surgical treatment if you become terminally ill, and give your instructions about CPR and organ donation. These documents allow you to have some control in determining your future medical treatment and will give your family the comfort of knowing and honoring your wishes.

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Living Will Kit

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Living Will Kit

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This kit includes Bradford's informative booklet, Planning Ahead: Living Wills and Other Advance Directives along with these two forms: the Declaration as to Medical or Surgical Treatment (Living Will) and Medical Power of Attorney.

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Colorado Living Will (Advance Health Care Directive)

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Colorado Living Will (Advance Health Care Directive)

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Most of us hate to imagine becoming so ill that we can’t advocate for ourselves. But if you are severely injured, unconscious or terminally ill, a living will is your voice. A legally valid living will describes the type of life-saving measures you do – or don’t – want.

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Medical Durable Power of Attorney

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Medical Durable Power of Attorney

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Also called a health care power of attorney, this is a document that allows a person (the Agent) to make medical decisions for someone else (the Principal). The power of attorney can be effective either immediately or only when the principal is disabled, and ends when the power is revoked or the principal dies. This form gives the Agent the power to consent to surgery, donate organs, and make hospital or medication decisions, and much more. To learn more about how powers of attorney work and the different types available from Bradford Publishing, download the booklet, Using Powers of Attorney in Colorado.

Learning about health care power of attorney
A health care or medical power of attorney form is just one tool available for helping guide medical decisions when you are very ill. Others include a living will and a Do Not Resuscitate order. Whether you are writing so-called “advance directives” for yourself or a family member, Bradford’s booklet Planning Ahead: Living Wills and Other Advance Directives tells you everything you need to know about how these forms work alone and together, helping you make your wishes known before you are disabled.

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Guideline to Medical Durable Power of Attorney

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Guideline to Medical Durable Power of Attorney

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This Guideline is intended to provide general information with regard to the subject matter covered.  It is not meant to provide legal opinions or offer advice, or to serve as a substitute for advice by a licensed legal professional. Bradford Publishing does not warrant that the information herein is complete or accurate, and does not assume any liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors, inaccuracies or omission. It is the responsibility of the user to consult legal, tax or other counsel.

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Supplementary Affidavit (In Joint Tenancy)

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Supplementary Affidavit (In Joint Tenancy)

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Beneficiary Deed

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Beneficiary Deed

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This document is also known as a Transfer upon Death Deed. This document is used by a property owner to convey the real property upon his or her death to a designated beneficiary. It must be recorded prior to the death of the owner (Grantor).

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