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Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treaters

If you have children who are excited about the spooky season and cannot wait to go trick-or-treating in their new costume, you should plan review some safety precautions with them to ensure their evening of ghoulish fun does not involve any real-life horrors. Going ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • What to Expect at Your Car Accident Deposition

    If you are pursuing a personal injury claim after sustaining injuries in a car accident, you might be required to attend a deposition during the ...

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  • September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

    Established in 2014 by the passing of U.S. Senate Resolution 533, Spinal Cord Awareness Month seeks to spread awareness regarding spinal cord injuries ...

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  • Steps to Take After a Car Accident

    According to the Colorado State Patrol (CSP), there were 26,978 motor vehicle collisions throughout 2017, 3,668 of which resulted in injuries or ...

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  • Common Labor Day Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    Labor Day marks the end of summer for many, allowing friends and family to enjoy a long weekend together once before switching gears and looking ...

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  • 5 Mistakes to Avoid in a High-Asset Divorce

    Divorce brings out the worst in people and can quickly turn adversarial despite how amicably it may begin. While every marriage and subsequent breakup ...

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  • High Asset Divorce Anxiety

    Divorce is a difficult undertaking for anyone, regardless of assets or children. But for couples with considerable assets, divorce can be very ...

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  • 7 Myths about Spousal Maintenance/Alimony in Colorado

    Colorado law has been changing and many misconceptions and questions surround what spousal maintenance is and when it is awarded. Spousal maintenance ...

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  • Is My Prenuptial / Marital Agreement Valid?

    In Colorado, the validity of a prenup , or premarital agreement , is determined by the law that was standing at the time the agreement became ...

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  • Is My Out-of-State Prenuptial/Marital Agreement Enforceable in Colorado?

    Financial agreements made between a couple before marrying define each spouse’s assets and create a plan for asset division if the couple divorces. ...

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