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Colorado Probate and Elder Law Attorney

BETTE HELLER is an Attorney in private practice in the Denver Metro area, with offices in both Centennial and Englewood. Her practice is primarily in the areas of Estate Planning, Probate, and Medicaid Planning. She was born in New York in 1950 and moved to Denver in 1976.

  • Practicing law in the same two Denver area offices for over 30 years.
  • Committed to listening to clients to determine not only their legal needs, but also their desires regarding the handling of assets and specific family members or situations.
  • Serving clients in the Denver-Metro area including Denver, Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert, Adams, Broomfield and Jefferson Counties, including the communities of Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Centennial, Denver, Englewood, Golden, Greenwood Village, Lafayette, Lakewood, Littleton, Louisville, Longmont, Northglenn, Parker and Wheat Ridge. 
  • Two convenient office locations in Centennial and Englewood.
  • Working with all types of clients, from those with modest estates to those with substantial and taxable estates.
  • Providing personalized and friendly service with the ability to explain legal issues in easy to understand, plain English.

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Concentrating in the following areas:

Estate Planning

Estate Planning is the process of analyzing a client's assets, and the client's desires for how those assets should be used during their lifetime and after their death. Once resources and goals have been determined, an Attorney drafts the necessary documents to accomplish those goals....Read More
Elder Law

The term “Elder Law” refers to a variety of legal services available to those over the age of sixty-five (65) depending on their individual needs. Ms. Heller only handles Estate Planning and Medicaid Planning....Read More
Probate Law

The Probate of an Estate is the process of having the Court certify the appointment of a Personal Representative (Executor) to handle the administration of a decedent's assets. The court will appoint the person named in the Will. If there is no Will, Colorado law states who has priority for appointment....Read More