Noelle Padilla
Wills    Trusts    Probate    Guardianships    Conservatorships

     After starting my legal career with an established general practice firm in Northern Colorado, I opened my own firm in 2005 so that I could focus on estate planning and probate matters. If you are considering estate planning, it is my goal to create an estate plan for you that takes into account not only your assets, but your family dynamics as well. I believe in a comprehensive, integrated approach to passing on your legacy, including your values and beliefs. The final product should not just be a set of legal documents that dispose of your assets, but should also take into account family dynamics, harmony and conflict.

     If you need a probate attorney because someone close to you has passed away, I can guide you through that process as well. My goals with the probate process are to get you and your family through the process as efficiently as possible while maintaining family peace and reducing conflict.

     I graduated from the University of Denver, College of Law in 2003 and was a member of Denver University Law Review. I am a current member of the Colorado Bar Association, Trusts and Estates Section, Elder Law Section, the Medicaid Subcommittee of the Elder Law Section and the Weld County Bar.

​​​​​​​     In my free time, I enjoy bike riding, reading and spending time with my family.


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