Real estate in Denver is a precious commodity. Properties can be leveraged to satisfy a variety of needs – paying beneficiaries, supporting skilled care, and creating cash flow for heirs are just a few.
But, how? And what about pitfalls, family disputes, or unintended consequences?
Join us as tax attorney Peter McFarland and probate realtor Kennen Cohen team up to share three real-life case studies, illustrating creative uses of real estate to achieve elder care/probate goals. Observe first-hand how clients have tapped the potential of real estate holdings to avert crises and create the best outcomes for all involved.
About the presenters...
A graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Peter McFarland has been proudly providing counsel to his clients on matters such as business entity formation, asset protection planning, traditional estate planning, real estate law, and tax planning for nearly a decade. He is a regular contributor to journals and newspapers and speaks to many business groups by way of webinars and seminars. Peter can also be found hiking with his wife and two dogs or searching for his next photographic masterpiece.
For more than 27 years, Denver real estate has been Kennen Cohen's passion and life’s work. His resources, professional connections, knowledge and outstanding service ensures that you will find the home of your dreams. Kennen was born and raised in Denver, and he has a dedication to the city’s vibrancy and sustainability. As a benefit, he has an extensive background in the title and escrow industry where he has conducted thousands of closings with lenders and homeowners. B.S. Business Administration, University of Colorado, Boulder 1993, graduated Cum Laude.