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Matt Meuli

Legacy Law Group

Matt Meuli

Legacy Law Group

Matt Meuli

Legacy Law Group

Attorney Matt Meuli’s estate planning practice focuses on helping families enhance their lives today and secure their futures for tomorrow.  He excels at guiding parents and grandparents through the often confusing maze of financial and legal decisions to create plans that ensure the well-being of families and the accomplishment of cherished family goals.  His considerable legal expertise includes family protection, wealth preservation, and values-based planning for couples, planning strategies for unmarried couples and divorced individuals, and all aspects of estate administration.  Whether you are married or single, with a traditional family or a blended one, just starting out or looking back on a life well lived, Matt will help you craft a plan to achieve your goals for your loved ones for today and years to come.

Firm Description

Welcome To Legacy Law Group

Denver's And Fort Collins's Estate Planning Law Firm

Welcome to Legacy Law Group, where we provide peace of mind for you and those left behind!

At Legacy Law Group, we strive to be your legacy planner and advisor for life.  Your legacy is so much more than just your assets and valuables; it’s also the values that you have developed in your life’s journey, your lessons, your examples, your experiences.  And over time, your legacy will change.  You deserve a life plan that evolves with life’s changes – from protecting your minor children from strangers and foster care if something happens to you,  to protecting your hard-earned legacy from the expenses of long-term health care and nursing homes.

And it is our privilege to be with you every step of the journey.  At most estate planning and elder law firms, the relationship ends when you sign your documents.  At Legacy Law Group we see the signing of the documents as the beginning of our relationship with you and your family. We provide complimentary estate plan reviews to all of our clients, and we hold family meetings, so that we can meet your loved ones and stay connected with you and your family throughout time and across generations.

So come on in and tell us your story, so we can really hear what matters to you and help you to discover how to keep your family out of court and conflict and to make the most of your life’s legacy.  Helping you make sense of estate planning and elder law is our legacy and our goal is to provide you with exceptional service.  Peace of mind for you and those left behind is our dream for everyone.  Our core values are the four Es: Empowerment, Excellence, Echo, and Eternity. 

We Empower you to leave an Excellent legacy, that Echoes to others through Eternity

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Tuesday By Appointment Only
Wednesday By Appointment Only
Thursday By Appointment Only
Friday By Appointment Only

Cost

The initial consultation is always free, so book a call during which we can go over a custom quote for you.

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Main Office

5445 DTC Parkway
Penthouse 4
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

501 Main Street Suite B
Windsor, CO 80550

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Understand when and how a court appoints a guardian or conservator for an adult who becomes incapacitated, and how to avoid guardianship.

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Social Security

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