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The Challenges of a Child Custody Case

When the first papers are filed in your child custody case, which is known as the allocation of parental responsibilities in Colorado, you may have been caught off guard. However, in many situations, the natural unraveling of your relationship or the disagreements between you and the other parent may have given you a heads up. […]

Last year, Colorado went even stricter on drunk driving and enacted a new law that requires a person spend time in jail once they’ve been convicted of a felony DUI. These changes follow a law passed in 2015 that made a person’s fourth DUI conviction and any DUI convictions afterward an automatic felony. Changes made […]

1. Write everything down DUI cases are won and lost on the details. Write down all you can remember, no matter how unimportant it seems. Do this as soon as possible because your memory will fade as time goes by and you could forget something important. Your Denver DUI lawyers will have the best chance […]

The Denver Bar Association’s bi-monthly magazine, The Docket, features a series called “Side Gigs,” in which they profile a local attorney engaged in an interesting non-law pursuit. The April/May 2018 edition of The Docket featured a profile on our firm’s second-year associate, Stephen Woolsey, on his experience performing as singer, songwriter, and guitarist, and his […]

Who can have access to your digital assets? If you become incapacitated, you’re in the hospital, you’ve been in a car accident, and you’re unconscious, and we need to get access to your Facebook to let people know, your friends, your family, that you don’t have contact information for.  If you want to get access […]

If a loved one has passed away and there is either no planning in place or the planning that is in place does not address digital assets, unfortunately the answer is that there’s not much that we can do. For more information about family law or divorce matters in Colorado, contact Miller & Steiert, PC […]

Pregnancy discrimination was added to Title Seven, which is the federal law that protects people on the basis of race or gender or disability or age. Now, they’re also protected on the basis of pregnancy or pregnancy related conditions. What it says is that a woman who’s pregnant or has a pregnancy related condition has […]

If you are going through the probate process based off of the assets, then the will absolutely will be going through probate. For more information about family law or divorce matters in Colorado, contact Miller & Steiert, PC today www.m-s-lawyers.com or 303-798-2525.

Does everybody have to go through probate? Meaning do all of our assets upon death need to go through the probate process? There are two major categories of assets that are going to be triggering the court process. The first one is real estate. If you own real estate individually, in your name alone, whether […]

What Is A Digital Asset?

A Digital Asset can be any type of electronic communication, but many other things as well. For more information about family law or divorce matters in Colorado, contact Miller & Steiert, PC today www.m-s-lawyers.com or 303-798-2525.

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