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Estate Planning & Probate

HP LLP is offering remotely executed electronic wills during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

On January 21, 2021, Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed HB21-1004, the Colorado Uniform Electronic Wills Act. The bill enacts the "Colorado Uniform Electronic Wills Act". The bill declares that an electronic will is a will for all purposes of Colorado law. The bill specifies the requirements for executing and revoking an electronic will; simultaneously executing, attesting, and making an electronic will; and certifying a paper copy of an electronic will. The Colorado Uniform Electronic Wills Act makes it possible to prepare a digital estate plan without leaving your home. This new law allows us to offer exceptional service with an unprecedented level of safety and convenience.

Our physical offices are closed, but we continue to offer virtual legal services over telephone and VTC.
We are currently offering “instant estate plans.” You can take care of your estate planning needs today without leaving your home.

Package Options

Instant Estate Plan


Last Will and Testament
Living Will
Financial Power of Attorney
Medical Power of Attorney
Desires regarding Funeral Arrangements
Declaration of Disposition of Last Remains

Couple’s Instant Estate Plan


This package includes two Instant Estate Plans for spouses.

Eligibility for this package requires both spouses to agree upon the heirs to their estate and guardians for minor children.

Advanced Estate Plan

Price Varies

Our Advanced Estate Planning package includes all documents in the Instant Estate Plan and adds a Living Trust.

PLEASE NOTE: Not all estates will qualify for this pricing. Particularly complex estates may only be eligible for Advanced Estate Planning.


Last Will and Testament
This is the cornerstone of your estate plan. Your Will tells your loved ones and the Court what to do with your assets and personal property. Your Will also designates caretakers for minor children.

Living Will
This document tells your loved ones and your doctors how to handle your end of life care.

Financial Power of Attorney
This document grants another person the legal authority to step into your shoes and transact business as if they were you. This is a powerful document that can be misused. Your attorney will craft a Power of Attorney that meets your needs without exposing you to unnecessary risk.

Medical Power of Attorney
This document grants another person the legal authority to make medical decisions on your behalf if you are unable to make them for yourself.

Desires regarding Funeral Arrangements
This document tells your loved ones about any funeral arrangements you have made.

Declaration of Disposition of Last Remains
This document tells your loved ones if you would like to be buried or cremated, and it designates an individual responsible for handling your remains.

Living Trust
A living trust helps client avoid the excessive time and costs associated with probate court by disposing of an estate privately. It also provides an effective means of addressing complex estate issues. Ask your attorney if a living trust is right for you.

Steps of the Process

  • 1 Schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys.
  • 2 Complete the estate planning intake form.
  • 3 Review the intake form with your attorney.
  • 4 HP LLP prepares your estate plan.
  • 5 HP LLP emails your estate plan for your review.
  • 6 Execute (sign) your estate plan.

Payment is due once you approve the final draft of your estate planning documents but before you receive final copies. In many cases, all six steps can be completed in one day.