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Based on the information provided, you may have a claim for breach of contract. It hardly seems right, regardless of what is stated in a contact, for a party to fail to perform and then state that the money you paid is "non-refundable."
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Bill Henry
BusinessFeb 20, 2024
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Depending on the amount, you may want to file a small claims action. Small claims courts in Colorado have jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $7,500. Plaintiffs generally must represent themselves. Cases are handled through informal and expeditious proceedings with the aim to provide a simple and affordable means for individuals...
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Bill Henry
LitigationFeb 20, 2024
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Without more information, it is impossible to determine if you can back out of your contract. An attorney would need to fully understand your contract and your unique facts. You should contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss your options. Generally, in Colorado, a seller can back out of a residential purchase and sale contract if the b...
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Bill Henry
Real EstateFeb 18, 2024
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Evicting a roommate, especially one not on the lease, can be tricky, and the "best route" depends on multiple factors. The following are some general guidelines, but given your situation I would recommend speaking with an eviction attorney. In Colorado, even with a verbal agreement, self-eviction methods (such as changing the locks) are illegal.
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Bill Henry
Landlord-TenantFeb 17, 2024
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Depending on the facts of the case, your apartment complex may be liable for the damages. It would likely depend if they were negligent in the maintenance and operation of the gate.
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Bill Henry
LitigationFeb 16, 2024
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Challenging such payments generally depends on the legal basis of the HOAs' authority and the specific agreements or covenants binding the property. To determine the answer you'll need to review the property's deed and any covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs) associated with both HOAs. These documents typically outline the obligations of...
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Bill Henry
HOAFeb 12, 2024
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If you have concerns that your ex-spouse may be neglecting your children, it's within your rights to seek a modification of the initial custody order to better address the evolving needs of your children. The court maintains forms you can use
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Bill Henry
Family LawJan 2, 2024
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In Colorado, a notice to quit must be signed by the landlord, the landlord's agent, or the landlord's attorney.
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Bill Henry
Landlord-TenantDec 27, 2023
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In Colorado, the specifics of modifying or temporarily adjusting a parenting plan, including visitation schedules due to the birth of a new sibling, would depend on the terms set forth in the original parenting plan. Generally, parenting plans are established to ensure that the child’s best interests are served, including maintaining a consistent ...
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Bill Henry
Family LawDec 26, 2023
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Parents in Colorado are generally obligated to support their children until they reach the age of 19. However, in cases where the child has a physical or emotional disability, the obligation to provide support may continue beyond this age. The court has jurisdiction to order post-minority support for a disabled child if the child was unemancipated ...
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Bill Henry
Family LawDec 26, 2023
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