One Stop Legal Shop – Legal Documents Prepared by Colorado Lawyers

What is the One Stop Legal Shop?
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Offered exclusively in Colorado by established Colorado Lawyers, the Sacco Law Firm LLC created the One Stop Legal Shop in order to effectively and efficiently represent clients.  The Sacco Law Firm represents the Law Firm of the future as many legal services do not require multiple visits to the lawyer’s office or even any visit at all. Many Clients that are too busy or desire around the clock legal services are forced to use national online companies rather than licensed attorneys who are professionally responsible for the documents they create. With these companies the Client has no one to turn to if anything goes wrong, even if they simply desire more information.

The 24/7 One Stop Legal Shop

In addition to offering traditional legal services, with the One Stop Legal Shop, Clients can, by submitting the required information, choose and pay for simple legal documents online; all without having to contact Sacco Law Firm LLC during business hours or attend expensive office conferences.  Most orders are completed and available for secure download within 24 hours.  Estate Planning packages that require witnesses and a notary public will require a visit to the firm for a will signing/execution conference.  You will receive instructions on how to schedule this conference upon completion of order.

The Sacco Law Firm Guarantee:

The Sacco Law Firm LLC guarantees the satisfaction of your Legal Document.  Therefore, we will fix any errors or problems with your document, regardless of the cause.  All requests for changes must be made within 35 days of original purchase date.

Current One Stop Legal Shop Documents Available for purchase online:

Estate Planning Documents:

Simple Will:
A Will is a device that allows you to choose what you want to do with your property when you die.  A will normally outlines what property is to be passed and to whom it will pass.

Why Make a Will?
No one wants to think about or even plan for their own death, but you must think about your family and loved ones to ensure they are provided for if anything happens to you. Wills are not just for “old people”.  And if you wait, it will be too late to make those changes if something should happen to you.

The court looks at your will as the final proof of your wishes regarding your assets on your death. If you don’t have a written will, either state law or the courts determine what will happen to your assets and other important issues, such as the guardianship of your children which may not be according to your wishes.

A will is the expression of your wishes concerning how your property is to be distributed. It is a written statement, signed in compliance with the various formalities covered by the law and contains the names of the people you want to benefit, as well as details of your possessions at the date of your death. The people you want to benefit are called beneficiaries.

Your property or possessions will include everything you own, such as your home, land, vehicles, bank accounts, benefits of insurance policies, furniture, boat, investments such as shares, personal jewelry, artwork, and so on. A will is the only way you can ensure your assets will be distributed according to your wishes after your death.

Financial Power of Attorney:
The Financial Power of Attorney authorizes another person (your agent) to make decisions concerning your property for you (the principal). Your agent will be able to make decisions and act with respect to your property (including your money) whether or not you are able to act for yourself. The meaning of authority over subjects listed on this form is explained in the “Uniform Power of Attorney Act,” Part 7 of Article 14 of Title 15, of the Colorado Revised Statutes.

Medical Power of Attorney:
The Medical Power of Attorney authorizes another person (your agent) to make your medical decisions for you (the principal). Your agent will be able to make decisions and act with respect to your medical treatment whether or not you are able to act for yourself. The meaning of and authority over subjects listed on this document is explained in the “Uniform Power of Attorney Act,” Part 7 of Article 14 of Title 15, of the Colorado Revised Statutes.

Colorado Living Will/Declaration of Life Sustaining Procedures

The Living Will allows an adult (the declarant) who has decisional capacity to set forth his or her written decisions as to the acceptance or rejection of medical or surgical treatment in the event the declarant has a terminal condition or is in a persistent vegetative state. This form may not be appropriate if you have executed other declarations with respect to future medical treatment, including medical durable powers of attorney. The One Stop Legal Shop Medical Power of Attorney, however, is designed to be used with this form. This form should be completed with your appropriate medical provider.

Please check back soon as the Sacco Law Firm LLC will continue to update the One Stop Legal Shop to offer a wide variety of simple documentation for your business and personal needs.