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Does My Child Need Estate Planning?

Does My Child Need Estate Planning? When your son or daughter reaches the age of majority — eighteen years old — you lose your legal ability to make any decisions…

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Top Five Reasons to Hire a Divorce Attorney

The majority of people will only divorce once or twice in their entire lifetime, making this unfortunate event highly stressful and difficult to manage alone. In some cases it’s a…

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Estate Planning for Women

Estate Planning for Women While Estate Planning is an important task for anyone, women most notably need an understanding of estate planning and need to have their own plan in…

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Upcoming Seminar: A Realtor’s Guide to Estate Planning

Upcoming Seminar: A Realtor’s Guide to Estate Planning Join Catherine Ness on April 23rd from 11:30-12:30pm at the Highlands Ranch Library and learn about Realtor estate planning: how wills and…

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Choosing the Right Trustee

Choosing the Right Trustee When you’re establishing a trust, it is necessary for you to name someone as your trustee. A trustee, or executor, is a person that you are…

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Lauren c. harutun joins the law center p.c. as of counsel attorney

LAUREN C. HARUTUN JOINS THE LAW CENTER P.C. AS OF COUNSEL ATTORNEY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LAUREN C. HARUTUN JOINS THE LAW CENTER P.C. AS OF COUNSEL ATTORNEY Broomfield, CO– Family…

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CEO Robert Wareham writes Letter to the Editor in response to coverage of the Douglas County Republican Assembly.

CEO Robert Wareham writes Letter to the Editor in response to coverage of the Douglas County Republican Assembly. The attached document is the letter written by CEO Robert Wareham to…

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Robert Wareham to Present at Douglas Elbert Bar Association on April 9th

Robert Wareham to Present at Douglas Elbert Bar Association on April 9th Robert Wareham to Present at Douglas Elbert Bar Association on April 9th CASTLE ROCK, CO- CEO of The…

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Cell Phone Tracking in Divorce and Family Law

Cell Phone Tracking in Divorce and Family Law Apple’s “Find my iPhone” app has been very helpful and convenient for me, in order to determine where my iPhone and iPad…

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Grand Opening of Goodland, KS Law Office

Grand Opening of Goodland, KS Law Office We are delighted to become a part of the Highlands Ranch community. Please join us in the celebrating the opening of our tri…

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Community Outreach: Robert Wareham Taking Calls on LawLine9 Wed, Jan 15 4-6:30

Community Outreach: Robert Wareham Taking Calls on LawLine9 Wed, Jan 15 4-6:30 Expert attorney Robert Wareham will be volunteering, taking calls on the subject of “Family Law” this Wed, Jan…

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Why Does a Living Trust Cost More than a Will?

Why Does a Living Trust Cost More than a Will? It will probably cost more initially to set up a well-drafted living trust than to have a will prepared. A…

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What happens with child custody in same-sex unions?

What happens with child custody in same-sex unions? Same-sex marriage is legal in some states, and that has some implications. With marriage comes divorce, and with divorce comes child custody…

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Young Adults Need Estate Planning Too

Young Adults Need Estate Planning Too Once a child turns 18, parents lose the legal ability to make decisions for their child or even to find out basic information. Learning…

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Estate Planning Things to Do Before You Travel

Estate Planning Things to Do Before You Travel Before any trip, most of us create a “to-do list” of things we have put off and want to take care of…

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Understanding the differences between fault, no-fault divorce

Understanding the differences between fault, no-fault divorce When couples get divorced, in some states they can cite “fault.” Colorado is not one of those states. Every state in the U.S.,…

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New Colorado hearsay exception leads to sexual assault conviction

New Colorado hearsay exception leads to sexual assault conviction. The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution generally requires witnesses to testify in person at a sexual assault or any other sort…

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Rape kits were often untested by Colorado police

14 Jan 2013 / byThe Law Center PC/ in Criminal Defense/DUI, Sexual Assault Rape kits were often untested by Colorado police When women in Colorado report being sexually assaulted, police…

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Unfriending your spouse? Marriages are growing casualty of Facebook.

Unfriending your spouse? Marriages are growing casualty of Facebook. A recent study points out what marriage experts and divorce attorneys have been saying for years: Facebook can be a factor…

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What were the most notable divorces in 2012?

What were the most notable divorces in 2012? No year goes by without high-profile celebrity marriages coming to an end. Some gather more press than others, depending on the circumstances.…

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