1. Loveland Lawyer and Saving Your Marriage

    Getting married is easy, a piece of cake actually. It's staying married that is the difficult part. And it can be difficult just to even see a marriage counselor when things are starting to look bleak. There are also commonly held beliefs that just going to a marriage counselor will solve all of the problems in your marriage. Unfortunately, this just isn't the case. Saving a marriage may very well…Read More

  2. Family Law in Loveland and an Amicable Divorce

    Divorce is an unfortunate fact of life. Circumstances change, people change and start to grow apart. But this certainly does not mean that your separation and divorce needs to be ugly. An amicable divorce is easier on all parties involved. Divorce is a major life event to be sure, but it does not mean that it has to be a heart-wrenching, ugly and drug-our affair. Once you and your partner have dec…Read More

  3. Loveland Lawyers and Single Dad Tips

    There are three million single dads in the United States and that number will only continue to grow. Still, single dads are a lot less common than single moms. And no matter how well single dads are at their parenting jobs, things can still get a little rough. Nothing can prepare you for being a single dad, but getting advice from others and reading tips can certainly help. The ending of your rela…Read More

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. How Social Media Platforms Could Ruin Your Criminal Case

    Over the last 10+ years, the ever-advancing world of technology has slowly shifted the way we communicate with one another. With many different social media platforms like Facebooks, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat making people more accessible than they have ever been before. However, being able to get ahold of people you may not have otherwise been able to speak to has also given others the abil…Read More

  7. Colorado Criminal Law: Are You In Custody?

    Knowing your Miranda rights is something that can help you when you find that you are all of a sudden in a sticky situation. When you are familiar with these rights, you will be aware if and when they are violated. When you are arrested for a crime in Colorado, one of the most important parts of the process is that you are read your Miranda rights by the police and that you understand them. Facing…Read More

  8. Why Talking To The Police Is Always A Bad Idea & Calling Your Lawyer Is A Good One

    When the police ask to speak with you, chances are you probably think you should do what you can to help them out. Most people will answer any questions openly with the intention of being a source of assistance. However, keep in mind that when the police say they are out to get the truth, this means the truth that they are hoping will be able to assist the prosecution, whatever that may mean. Plai…Read More

  9. Do You Need A Loveland Attorney For Your Family Law Case?

    When it comes to the Colorado Judicial Branch’s 2016 Annual Statistical Report, there were exactly 34,966 court filings in the family law court in 2016. When you talk to people who are working in the courts, they will likely tell you that the majority of those cases involved people who did not have an attorney. While you absolutely have the right to represent yourself in court, the real question…Read More

  10. Understanding Legal Separation in Colorado

    When a marriage is no longer working, the first thing that people do is consider what their options are for the future. For most, they will go straight to the decision of getting divorced without realizing they may be able to make a different decision that is less drastic. If you know that you need a change in your marriage but you are not ready to file for divorce, you do have another option. For…Read More