Welcome to the website of the Law Offices of Peter W. Bullard, P.C.
Mr. Bullard (Pete) has a full “Trust and Estate” law practice and will visit with you the first time for free to discuss your situation.
He has been practicing law for over 37 years, is rated as a top lawyer by his peers, which you can check out with this link to Martindale-Hubbell and is here to help you effectively and efficiently:
- Do your estate planning to make your wishes clear and complete
- Preserve your wealth and minimize estate and gift taxes for your family
- Handle all of your probate matters
- Assist with trust creation and administration
- Litigate contested matters in probate courts throughout Colorado
Here is a short list of the things Pete can do for you: Wills, trusts, will contests, trust disputes, estate and gift tax planning, conservatorships and guardianships, financial and medical powers of attorney, living wills, charitable giving and specific advice for the elderly.
Pete has lived and practiced law in Fort Collins, Colorado for over 26 years (his first 11 years of practice were in Indiana). He is married, has two grown children living in Fort Collins and is blessed with five grandchildren.
Pete has been active in his community and in bar association matters. He has served as President of the Larimer County Bar Association, and as a Member of the Council of the Trust & Estate Section of the Colorado Bar Association. Pete is a long-time member of the Better Business Bureau and has its highest rating. http://wynco.bbb.org/
Pete is the author of “Navigating Colorado’s Trust Registration Statutes” published in the Colorado Lawyer in March 2002.
If you plan to visit with Pete about estate planning (wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, etc.), he will ask you to fill out and bring to the first meeting an intake form. You can download the form and read instructions for the forms by clicking on the links below.
Pete has also written an article to help clients understand the basics.
You can download “Estate Planning – Wills, Trusts and Probate – In Plain English” by clicking on the link.
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