Law Offices of Loomis & Greene

  1. Is Your Divorce Lawyer Doing Right By You?

    When you hire a lawyer to represent you in your divorce case, you expect that they will do everything in your power to make your life as good as it possibly can be when the entire ordeal is over. However, just as it is in any professional field, not every single person is a gem. At the Law Offices of Loomis & Greene, we want to make sure that you have the very best representation possible. Th…Read More

  2. What Are The Advantages Of Getting A Legal Separation In Colorado?

    If things aren’t going well in your marriage, chances are you have begun to look around trying to discover what exactly your options are. While some people choose to skip straight to divorce, this is not the case for all. In fact, many people become legally separated before they determine what the future of their marriage will be. However, figuring out how to go about this can be the tricky par…Read More

  3. 3 Questions You Must Ask Your Family Law Attorney

    If you are currently dealing with a complicated family matter, it is very important that you find an attorney who can handle your specific type of case. It is also vital that the lawyer you decide to hire is on your side every step of the way, following through with communication as well as acting as a great resource for you in every way. Whether you are dealing with a case that concerns divorce,…Read More

  4. Child Custody Rights For Non-Biological Parents in Colorado

    As a child grows up, they likely will have multiple interactions and develop bonds with more people than just their biological parents. Whether it be step-parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles or neighbors, many people often pitch in to take care of a kid. However, when the relationship between the biological parents and another caregiver goes south, there are often many questions that people ha…Read More

  5. Can You Choose Between Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

    We often get a lot of questions about the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. People who are considering filing don’t understand which of the two they should be filing for or whether they have the choice between the two. So let’s discuss them. What’s the Difference? Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy come with certain eligibility requirements. This means that you m…Read More

  6. Deceased Spouse: Do You Have To Pay Their Debt Off?

    Every once in awhile, we get a question at our law offices that we wish we didn’t have to answer. One such case is when a client comes to us after their spouse has passed away, asking if they have to pay off the debt that their significant other acquired while they were alive. These are tough conversation because the spouse, on top of dealing with the death of their husband or wife is stressing…Read More

  7. Do You Need Credit Counseling?

    When it comes to solving financial issues, many people get flustered very quickly as they begin asking around about others’ experiences. One of the situations people often come to us asking about is credit counseling. While we will admit that there are good debt consolidators and bad debt consolidators, doing your research so that you can see the difference between the two is imperative. Repayi…Read More

  8. 3 Things to Understand Before Filing For Bankruptcy

      There are hundreds of thousands of Americans who file for bankruptcy every single year. While this process is extremely common, it doesn’t mean that it is right for everyone. Bankruptcy often leads to legal ramifications, those of which could have been avoided had they done just a little more research. With that in mind, continue reading below to learn the three most important things you sho…Read More

  9. Common Law Marriages in Colorado

    There are many people who are very confused about what constitutes a common law marriage. For most, they believe that if they have simply lived under the same roof for a certain amount of time that they are common law married.  Even if you have children together and pay bills equally, this may not be the case. What is a Common Law Marriage? The first criteria to be common law married is that bot…Read More

  10. Misconceptions About Property Division in Colorado

    Nearly every state is different when it comes to divorce and property division. Because of this, many people are very misinformed when it comes to the laws in their particular state. With that said, we at the Law Office of Loomis & Greene want those living in Greeley and Loveland to be perfectly aware of what is true and what is false when it comes to property division in Colorado. Below you …Read More

Testimonials

Thankful for the mentoring and guidance

Kurtis, I wanted to send you a quick note to thank you for your mentoring and guidance today. Your professionalism and kindness eases a little of the pain and embarrassment during these hard times. I …Read More

B. Rucker

Very satisfied, was a wonderful experience

I would like to sincerely say thank you for representing us through this difficult time in our lives with our bankruptcy. Today we had the opportunity to sit through seven cases before our own. Had we…Read More

Clinton V.

Saved my parents’ home, Mr. Loomis is a godsend

My elderly parents had to file bankruptcy. We asked around for a recommendation and Mr. Loomis was the only name we heard. It was very difficult for my parents to deal with this situation they were af…Read More

Pat R.

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