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Sep 2014

Mom in South Carolina arrested for cursing in front of Kids. Could it Happen in Colorado?

A story has been going viral on the internet of a mother in South Carolina who was arrested for swearing in public.  She was shopping for groceries and allegedly told her husband or her children to “stop squishing the f***ing bread.”  Another shopper overheard her and called the police, who arrested the mother under South Carolina’s disorderly conduct law, which prohibits “cry[ing] out in a…

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Jul 2014

What Are My Rights if I’m Pulled Over?

If you’re stopped by a law enforcement officer, you should ensure you are courteous and polite. It is not legally required, but it is not to your benefit to be combative or rude. An important thing to remember is that you are not by law required to tell the officer anything about where you’ve been or if you have had anything to drink that evening….

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Jul 2014

Weekly FAQ 8: Will I Get a Better Plea Deal With An Attorney?

A common question among those considering an attorney is whether or not they will receive a better plea deal if they have an attorney. Often the first plea deal offered would be offered regardless of whether or not you have an attorney. However, it may not be the most beneficial deal for you. An experienced attorney would know whether the plea deal was a good…

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Jun 2014

Weekly FAQ #7: Difference Between Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy

When considering the intimidating decision to declare bankruptcy, it can be confusing trying to navigate the different types. The two types of bankruptcy available to you are chapter seven, and chapter eleven. In a chapter seven bankruptcy, you are asking the court to liquidate all of your non-exempt assets, and use that money to settle your debt with your creditors. This debt can usually be…

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Estate Planning: How to Incorporate Values and Faith

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Jun 2014

Estate Planning: How to Incorporate Values and Faith

Passing along values and beliefs, for many, is as important as a tangible inheritance. Estate planning is a method of accomplishing this. Many opportunities include: End of Life Care An Advanced Directive, Colorado MOST, and healthcare power of attorney allows you to name a trusted friend or family member to carry out your wishes in the event of an illness. This person should be someone…

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Jun 2014

Will Bankruptcy Ruin My Credit Forever?

A major concern for someone considering bankruptcy is the worry over whether or not it will ruin their credit forever. When you file for bankruptcy, you essentially put a line in the sand and let your creditors know that you are in over your head and you cannot reasonably pay the debt off. In some cases you may liquidate your assets to settle the debt…

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The Best Inheritance: Family Values and History

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Jun 2014

The Best Inheritance: Family Values and History

According to the recent study titled 2012 Allianz Life American Legacies Pulse Study which focused on surveying those between the ages of 47 and 66, and 72 and older – family values and traditions along with history still mean more to these groups than money when discussing an inheritance. Both groups had a response rate of over 70% agreeing that family stories and life lessons…

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Jun 2014

Weekly FAQ #5: Small-Town Divorce Attorney?

<iframe width=”560″ height=”515″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/E0PtOlqu0l0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> When you’re looking for a divorce attorney, it can be easy to fall into the trap of a local attorney. They seem like they’ll be more affordable, and perhaps like you’ll receive more personal attention to your case which seems like it might be beneficial. Unfortunately, these ideas may not be correct. A small-town attorney may never in their…

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Estate Planning: Family Meetings

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May 2014

Estate Planning: Family Meetings

You’ve signed the documents, made the decisions about your social media and your assets, you’ve funded your trust and you’ve chosen your business successor. Congratulations – your estate planning is complete! …Or is it? Have you spoken about your estate plans with your family? Do they known the ins and outs of how your expect your plan to work, and to whom responsibilities will fall…

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May 2014

Weekly FAQ #4: What Happens if My Spouse Gets a Really Good Divorce Attorney?

For someone going through a divorce, it can be alarming to realize your spouse has retained a lawyer with a lot of experience. What you may not realize is your spouse selecting an experienced divorce attorney may actually be to your benefit. A divorce attorney who has specialized in this area of law has the unique benefit of knowing what has happened in a similar…

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