Serving Clients in Lake County, Chaffee County and El Paso County, Colorado

Most people know that a will is a formal legal document that leaves instructions for the settlement of someone’s estate after death. Even if your estate is modest, a will really is imperative. If you pass away without a will, the government – and not you or your loved ones – will decide how your assets are distributed. Experienced Colorado estate planning attorney Lindsey Parlin provides sound legal advice to clients regarding wills and related legal concerns. If you need a will prepared or revised, call her Leadville law offices today.


If you are a parent, you need a will for something more important than your finances: your child. A will allows parents to name a legal guardian for their minor children in the event of a tragedy. A will should be revised whenever you marry, divorce, remarry, have a child or grandchild, adopt a child, suffer a disability, become widowed, or for any number of other reasons.

Even without major life-changes, it’s wise to review your will on a regular basis. Experienced estate planning attorney Lindsey Parlin will craft a will that meets your needs and safeguards your hopes and wishes for your loved ones. In addition to simple wills, Ms. Parlin can help clients create wills and trusts to meet special needs, including:

  • A Non-Trust Will: A will with no estate tax planning provisions. A non-trust will may not be best for anyone whose estate may be subject to the federal estate tax after death.
  • A Will with a Contingent Trust: Appropriate for those whose estates will not be subject to the federal estate tax if combined with a spouse’s estate. A will with contingent trusts gives a surviving spouse more tax planning options.
  • A Marital Deduction Will: For reducing estate taxes on assets and property received from a spouse’s estate. A marital deduction will allows a surviving spouse to receive property and assets as a gift not subject to taxation.


Experienced Colorado estate planning attorney Lindsey Parlin will help create the will that’s right for you and your loved ones, and she will help you revise any will that hasn’t been recently reviewed. With her unique legal background and a passionate commitment to her clients’ best interests, Lindsey Parlin has earned the respect of her fellow lawyers and community.

If you need a will or a review of your will, contact estate planning lawyer Lindsey Parlin at her Leadville law offices right away. She provides free initial consultations; evening and weekend appointments are also available. Ms. Parlin represents clients in El Paso, Lake, Park, Summit, and Chaffee counties. Her law office assists with a variety of services including probate, estate planning, and the development of wills. Get the legal help you need; please complete the information form on the contact page on this site or call the law offices of Lindsey Parlin today at 719-310-3703. There’s no better time than the present to work with top attorneys in the state of Colorado to plan what to do with your personal and business assets–contact the Parlin Law P.C. law firm today to discuss this legal issue.