What Are Your Employee Rights When Businesses Re-Open Post-Pandemic? The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought with it many uncertainties. This was evident when the virus first hit the U.S. and people didn’t know how to properly respond. After a few months of adjustment, policies have been ironed out so different entities can continue their […]

Working on an Estate Plan During COVID-19 The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought mortality at the forefront of people’s minds. The virus continues to spread fast, affecting millions of people across the U.S. Unfortunately, the pandemic has also resulted in thousands of lives lost, with the number continuing to grow every day. In times […]

How to Contest a Will After Probate

Can a Will Be Challenged After Probate? The death of a family member or another loved one is already a difficult event to process, but with questions about their assets and estate, it can be downright frustrating. This is especially true when the deceased person left a will and the beneficiaries aren’t satisfied with what […]

The Power of the Power of Attorney Document It’s normal for people who are sick or disabled to ask for help from their loved ones. Some people, however, require a little more help to get things accomplished, such as making important financial or medical decisions. In these instances, one document gives a person the power […]

Divorce in a Time of COVID-19: How to Manage Your Separation For the past few months, stories about the novel coronavirus pandemic have dominated various media channels. The most prevalent type of news is about the rapidly increasing rate of positive cases in the U.S. and across the world. Apart from COVID-19 cases, though, there […]

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 […]

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