1. Divorce Attorney in Loveland and Signs of a Rocky Marriage

    When a couple says "I do," the last thing on their minds is getting a divorce. We are sure that most of you envision a long-lasting marriage and a happy future together. But as we all know, this isn't always how the story of a relationship ends. The sad truth of the matter is that many marriages end in divorce. And what makes this even worse is that often, kids are involved as well as debt, proper…Read More

  2. Your Bankruptcy Lawyer in Loveland and Reasons You Might File for Bankruptcy

    The number of bankruptcy filings in the United States has steadily increased over the last century. And the majority of bankruptcies, by a long shot, are filed by consumers and not by businesses. People declare bankruptcy for a variety of reasons. Regardless of the reason you are filing for bankruptcy, it is best if you hire a bankruptcy lawyer from the Law Offices of Loomis and Greene in Loveland…Read More

  3. Colorado Family Law Terms You Should Know When Going Through A Divorce

    If you are about to begin the process of a divorce, you are going to be dealing with a lot of legal jargon that you are likely not going to be familiar with. In this post, we are going to give you a brief overview of the most common terms you will hear your attorney and others in the court use throughout your case. Continue reading below to learn what they are. ADR Also known as alternative disput…Read More

  4. Learning the Law: What is Extortion?

    It used to be the ‘extortion’ was just a word we heard in movies, particularly the ones about the Mafia. However, there seems to be more and more mentioning of this word in the news recently, and because of this, we have decided to clear up some of the most common misconceptions about extortion so that you can know more about it. Continue reading below to learn more. What is Extortion? Also kn…Read More

  5. What Should You Look for in an Evans Criminal Law Attorney

    When you find yourself in a sticky situation with the law, it is often quite overwhelming, especially if this is your first time facing charges. One of the first things you will likely decide to do when you are dealing with criminal charges is find a criminal defense attorney. If you already have a lawyer who has handled your will or helped you out during a car accident case, you may be tempted to…Read More

  6. Can You Press Charges For A Crime That Was Committed Years Ago

    Can You Press Charges For A Crime That Was Committed Years Ago?

    For many crimes there is a criminal statute of limitations that limits how long prosecutors have to file criminal charges after the crime has happened. These limits vary depending on the type of crime that was committed. When it comes to misdemeanor charges in Colorado, the statute of limitations can be anywhere from 18 months to five years. However, with many felony charges such as murder, treaso…Read More

  7. Everything You Need to Know About Step Parents’ Legal Rights

    In the past, stepparents have not had very many rights at all when it came to their spouse’s children. However, when the new millennium came around this began to change as states like Massachusetts and yes, Colorado, began to pass legislation in order to help recognize more of the role that stepparents can play in the lives of their stepchildren. While laws absolutely vary from state to state, t…Read More

  8. When Do Police Need a Search Warrant?

    One of the main concerns we have as lawyers is ensuring that you, our client, knows your rights so that you can prevent anyone from taking advantage of you or using the law to justify their own malicious intents. While sometimes it may seem that it is not the case, law enforcement has to abide by your rights, even if you are being arrested. This ensures that the entire arrest process and everythin…Read More

  9. Will Police Begin Using Marijuana Breathalyzers In Coming Years?

    As far as DUI enforcement is concerned, there has been no topic hotter over the last couple of years than that of marijuana breathalyzers. In theory, these devices would work similarly to those that test for alcohol intoxication, testing for a certain threshold of marijuana. However, the problem is that there hasn’t been a surefire way to determine this type of intoxication through a breath test…Read More

  10. The Ins and Outs of Colorado’s Express Consent Law

    If you are new to Colorado or you have never been charged with driving under the influence, you might not have any idea what the Express Consent Law is that DUI statutes operate under in this state. This law means that if an officer has enough reasonable doubt to suspect that you are driving under the influence, you will be required to undergo a blood or breath test after your arrest to determine …Read More