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Starbucks Recalls Product over Product Liability

This week, Starbucks corp. recalled co-branded French presses due to customer complaints, likely dodging possible product liability lawsuits. Had any consumer been injured using the products as intended and not for any other reason, however absurd, a strong legal suit...

How to Protect Yourself With a Restraining Order in Colorado

While technology has made it easier to stay connected to the people you love, it also opens you up to unwanted contact. With social media, texting, and chat apps, an abuser or stalker can get information on their victims, use fake profiles to sidestep blocks, and...

Should I Declare Bankruptcy Before or After Divorce in Colorado?

Financial stress can push a marriage over the edge, but a failing marriage can also be the precursor to financial issues for both parties. If your debt is primarily composed of credit card debt, medical debt, and other personal loans, bankruptcy could be the ideal way...

Repairing Your Credit After a Colorado Springs Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a major financial step that can help you get away from overwhelming debt. It can seriously impact your credit, however. After your bankruptcy is final, it’s important to take steps to repair your credit and build strong financial habits. How Bankruptcy...

7 Steps to Take Before a Divorce in the State of Colorado

A divorce can impact your life in a variety of ways, from your emotional and mental health to your financial well-being. Preparing for the divorce process can help you minimize the financial fallout and give yourself time to heal. Here are 7 steps to take prior to...

What You Should Know about Custody and Moving in Colorado

Whether you’re in the early stages of a divorce or you’ve been divorced for years, moving to a different state can make it difficult to follow the original custody agreement, which is why it’s important to meet all legal requirements before relocating with a child....

7 Questions to Ask Your Colorado Springs Divorce Lawyer

One of the most common things we hear from our clients is that divorce is stressful and overwhelming. It seems that just making that initial call to an attorney takes substantial effort. Even if you are happy to move on and put an end to your marriage, it’s still a...

Do I Really Need a Wrongful Death Attorney?

The unexpected loss of a loved one is a tragedy that can cause a ripple effect throughout your entire family. As a grieving survivor, you must suddenly face a future without the love and support you once knew, all while paying bills, making funeral decisions, and...

Child Custody Lawyer: How to Modify a Child Custody Agreement

Colorado courts support and advocate for child custody agreements that put the child first. This includes providing a safe and supportive living arrangement with reasonable visitation time for both parents. So it should come as no surprise that making major disruptive...

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