Christopher W.

Christopher W.  Scolari

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Chris is passionate about working with small business owners, individuals, couples, and families on a wide array of estate planning and estate administration matters. He takes pride in finding practical and efficient options to achieve clients’ objectives and is a compassionate resource to clients tasked with carrying out a loved one’s estate plan. 

In addition to trusts and estates, Chris has a strong professional background in natural resource and environmental law and Western public policy. Chris has also developed significant expertise in property law, including Colorado land and resource ownership matters as well as related family ownership and conveyance issues.

Born and raised on Colorado’s Front Range, Chris is proud to serve members of the local community. Chris believes that a smart, comprehensive estate plan is vital to protecting family and property, and is central to preventing family strife.

Publications and Articles

Comments to the Inflation Reduction Act” 
Internal Revenue Service, November 2022

W. Virginia: Commercial, Economic Impacts & Implications
Colorado Real Estate Journal, October 2022

Proposed Changes to the Federal Tax Law and Their Potential Impact on Existing Estate Plans
Moye White Blog, October 2021

Speaking Engagements and Presentations

“Oh, No, You Deedn’t – The Real State of Real Estate Fraud in Decedent Estates”
Colorado Bar Association Estate Planning Retreat, June 2023

“Lifetime Retirement Planning” and "Lifetime Financial Planning”
67th Annual Employee Benefits Conference, October 2021

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