Cameron Kawato’s estate planning practice focuses on drafting wills and trusts that fit the needs and assets of his clients. He also provides trust administration services, managing the assets of trusts and ensuring the assets are protected and administered according to the document’s terms.
Mr. Kawato also advises and guides his clients through the probate process. He can act as the executor, the personal representative of an estate, or represent the heir of an estate. He works to ensure the estate’s assets and property are distributed fairly and properly in either situation.
His business and tax planning services help individuals and business owners plan for the future and protect their finances. Mr. Kawato’s extensive prior experience of starting and running his own businesses is a great advantage for his clients. Before practicing law, his interest in the startup business field led him to executive leadership in several businesses.
Mr. Kawato’s past business experience includes his role as Chief Financial Officer of Weekendr Corporation. He also was the Chief Executive Office for Kawato Materials and the President of three separate businesses: Purple Wisteria Holdings, 10k Trading, and Kawato Startups unlimited. His experience gives him unique insights that he applies in his business and tax planning legal practice.
Mr. Kawato attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, earning his Bachelor of Science degree. After his undergraduate education, Mr. Kawato earned his J.D. from Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He was admitted to practice law in Colorado and is a member of the Colorado Bar Association.