Colorado Estate Planning


For new and existing clients affected by the Coronavirus outbreak

Our Response to COVID-19

The safety of our clients, our team, and their families is our top priority.  As the situation surrounding COVID-19 evolves, it’s becoming clear that the best way to protect our communities is to take responsible, precautionary measures sooner rather than later.

Due to the critical nature of legal work, Solem Woodward & McKinley, P.C. is still providing services for new and existing clients through the COVID-19 outbreak.  However, our office is minimally staffed and most work is being conducted remotely.

We are committed to supporting our clients in this time of need, and to promoting protective measures for their loved ones. 


For the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on COVID-19, please reference these reliable resources:


WHOThe World Health Organization:


CDC The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:


TCHDThe Tri-County Healthy Department:

We're Here For You

Solem Woodward & McKinley, P.C. is continuing to offer estate planning services to help our community better prepare for whatever lies ahead.  With so many uncertainties, having a plan of action holds new importance.  Getting your affairs in order should be a top priority.

We are currently equipped to provide consultations via telephone, Zoom, or in-person.

Most paperwork can be signed (and even notarized) remotely.

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Top Priorities for Estate Planning

During the COVID-19 Outbreak


• Last Will and Testament

• Living Wills

• Codicils - Updates to Your Current Will 

• Specific Provisions for Minor Children


• Medical POA

• General Durable POA (Financial)

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