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Do you offer free consultations with an attorney?
For most cases the answer is no. However, that does not mean that you will be billed for contacting our firm. When you contact our firm, our staff will obtain information from you to help our attorneys review your situation. Our attorneys review this information to determine whether we might be able to assist with your type of case and also what type of fee agreement we might offer. We do not charge for this evaluation.
Based on our initial attorney evaluation we do offer representation on a contingency fee basis for some cases, which means that the client pays no attorneys’ fees unless we recover money on that…Read Full Post
Employment law covers a wide range of issues impacting workers and their livelihood. Employment law cases handled by our attorneys include:
- Wage and Overtime Issues
- Medical Leave Disputes
- Retaliation Issues
- Discrimination and Harassment …
Bad faith occurs when an insurance company recklessly fails to meet its obligations to a policyholder. Common examples of insurance bad faith include providing false information, intentionally delaying or denying a claim, failing to conduct a reasonable investigation into a claim, and…Read Full Post
No one likes to think about their mortality, but with the rapid spread of COVID-19, practicality must take precedence over preference.
While older populations are statistically at higher risk, COVID-19 has proven fatal for people of all ages, even those without preexisting conditions. This makes it…Read Full Post
Selecting a contractor to do work on your house is often a complex and detailed process. Even with great care in selecting, poor workmanship is not impossible.
But can a contractor be sued for an unsatisfactory job? That depends on several factors.
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There are three parties involved in every trust:
- The Trustor
- The Trustee
- The Beneficiaries
A trust is a fiduciary relationship in which a trustor (also referred to as a settlor or grantor) selects a trustee to handle estate and asset distribution to beneficiaries upon the trustor’s death. A trust is often included in estate planning, particularly in instances where significant assets are involved or special circumstances apply.
What is Trust Administration?
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According to the 2019 Identity Fraud Study, conducted and released by Javelin Strategy & Research, there were 14.4 million cases of identity theft in the United States in 2018. While this number is down from 2017’s record-high 16.7 million victims, the out-of-pocket financial burden suffered by victims of identity theft in 2018 was $1.7 billion, more than double that of previous years.
Most at risk for identity theft are seniors and children, with seniors accounting for well over a quarter of all fraud complaints and nearly…Read Full Post
What is a Living Will?
A living will is an estate planning document that details what actions should be taken in cases where severe injury, illness, or disease has rendered a person incapable of making his or her own decisions and the condition is terminal and not reversible. In Colorado, a…Read Full Post
There can be a number of issues that arise while a project is in construction. Once it’s finished, however, the hope is that all of those issues have been worked out and the project will not need to be updated, modified, or fixed for several years. This is, unfortunately, not always the case.
Common…Read Full Post
Estate planning allows you to decide exactly what you would like done with your assets when you pass. Typically, estate planning will include the creation of documents that clearly define your wishes following death. Taking time to make these plans can also help to minimize disagreement and quarreling after your passing and can help in…Read Full Post