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November: A Time to Give Thanks

Nov 13, 2020

Two-thousand-and-twenty has prompted many of us to reflect on the people and things in our lives for which we are thankful. Some R&...

Can My Child be Included on the Restraining Order?

Nov 13, 2020

It can be difficult when you and your ex have shared custody over a child but you’ve filed for a restraining order. Can you inclu...

Can an Attorney Save You in a Real Estate Transaction?

Nov 13, 2020

Real Estate transactions can be difficult and stressful for anyone. Why not skip the madness and hire an attorney? Civil Litigation Att...

How an Attorney Can Help with an HOA Dispute

Nov 13, 2020

Civil Litigation Attorney Michael Weicher briefly explains how an attorney may be able to help you with your HOA dispute. Need an Attor...

3 Steps to Take if You’ve Been Sued

Nov 13, 2020

Civil Litigation Attorney Ryan Robertson gives you three steps to follow if you find yourself in a lawsuit. Set Up a Meeting Give us a ...

What the CDC Evictions Order Means for Landlords

Nov 13, 2020

Eviction Attorney Dylan Becker briefly explains what the CDC eviction order means for landlords. Get Connected Give us a call at 303-68...

What’s a Property Disclosure Form?

Nov 12, 2020

If you are selling your home, you’ll want to know how to fill out a disclosure form for your property the right way. This can sav...

Let’s Dispel Some Myths About Evictions & COVID-19

Nov 11, 2020

No one knows what can happen during these crazy times. Real Estate Attorney David Hannum goes over how evictions in Colorado are curren...