What’s the difference between online wills and Attorney prepared wills? Online wills are either a simple form or software that asks you questions and generates a will for you. Attorneys ask [...]
WHAT TO SAY TO A CHILD AND FAMILY INVESTIGATOR (CFI) OR TO A PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES EVALUATOR (PRE)*
By: Julie Kreutzer, Esq. Here are some important things to remember when you talk to the person who is giving the Court recommendations on how much time your children spend with you, how [...]
Dealing With Attorneys And The Legal System Successfully – The Top Ten Things You Can Do To Win Your Case
Because many people have not had many dealing with attorneys or the legal system, it can be helpful to review the areas that can make an attorney/client relationship productive and positive, so [...]
What You Pay and What You Get: Those considering Chapter 7 Bankruptcy don't want to pay a dime more than they need to for attorney services and in fact, some attempt the process on their own or [...]
How to Apply for Social Security Disability and What to Do if They Reject You and They Probably Will
We regularly get calls from people asking how they should apply and what to do if they're denied. Read this article to find out all you need to know.
Prenuptial agreements are a bit of a touchy subject for people considering marriage. Just asking for one can indicate distrust or problems with the relationship. Find out the best way to get one.
Because legal services can be too costly for many people, we offer "unbundled" or limited legal services and consultation services. Read about our affordable Boulder divorce services.
Most people encounter the probate process because a friend or relative has named them as an Executor or Personal Representative in their Will. Unless you have done this task before, it can be [...]
Having an attorney review a legal document can be useful in several ways. With agreements like rental leases, non-compete agreements, stipulations, etc., it's good to do some cost-benefit [...]