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Is your car seat installed correctly?


Parents in Colorado know that their kids need to be in car seats. But, is that car seat installed correctly? Chances are, it's not. According to the governmental website safercar.gov, three out of every four car seats are not used properly. Car accidents are one of the leading causes of deaths for young people so it is imperative that parents make sure their car seat is installed and used properly.

Commercial litigation may arise from mergers and acquisitions


Business and commercial law is an extremely broad area of the law. For Colorado business owners, stock holders and anyone who is involved in a business, our lawyers know that having a deep understanding of business and commercial law allows them to make wise decisions that can positively affect the growth and development of our clients' businesses. A current common strategy to advance a business' profitability is a merger or acquisitions. If you are planning to merge your business with another business or planning to buy another business entity, then you may consider a merger and acquisition as valid options.

Financial matters commonly overlooked during a divorce

Colorado couples who are in the midst of a divorce may face hardships regarding the settlement process. Especially in high-asset divorces, couples can overlook some important financial aspects. Understanding these aspects may help avoid complications during divorce proceedings.

What is breach of contract and how should it be handled?


Business owners of both large and small businesses in Colorado know that everything will run smoothly as long as their business partners comply with what is written in their business contracts. However, in the real world, anything can happen. Unexpected occurrences can cause either partner to fail to meet the terms of the contract, resulting in a "breach of contract."

Accident on I-25 in Denver injures two drivers


Driving in Denver is usually a safe. However, there are thousands of car accidents occur in Colorado every year, and car accidents can happen at any time. Drivers need to be aware of their surroundings and driver defensively.

Microsoft accuses Samsung of breach of contract


In Colorado and anywhere in the United States, readers know that a contract is made when two people or entities decide to enter a business agreement. Before a business contract is signed, each party thoroughly studies the contract and requests revisions if needed. Both parties know that once the contract is signed, they must abide by what is written on the contract. Failure to do so can result in business litigation, which can be difficult to settle.

When can child support be modified?

In the state of Colorado, a judge must approve of a change to a child support order. The modification has to be requested from the same court that issued the original order. The law is in favor of keeping child support orders stable, so there needs to be a compelling reason to have the order changed.

Divorce trial begins for billionaire founder of oil company

Colorado couples who are considering divorce may be interested to learn that an Oklahoma billionaire began his divorce trial on Aug. 4, and that it may result in the largest divorce judgement in history. At stake in this particular case is $19 billion and shares of Continental Resources, a large oil driller in the Bakken Shale formation in Oklahoma.

JPMorgan negotiates with firms in asset sale transaction


In Jefferson, Colorado, business-minded individuals know that selling and dissolving a business can be a complicated process. Before a business is sold to a promising buyer, the business owner should first determine if the decision to sell is final. In order for the business to thrive, a business owner should construct exit strategies to ensure that the new business owner operates the business successfully. In some cases, a business merger is suggested to save a company from foreclosure. Stocks can be sold to buyers or investors, allowing the business to continue operation.

What to know about equitable divorce laws

When a Colorado couple gets divorced, they split up their property in one of two ways. The first way is for the couple to decide on their own how property is divided. However, this scenario may not be possible if the couple that is getting divorced is not on good terms. When an agreement cannot be reached, community property might be split in a way that is equitable to a judge while property acquired before the marriage remains in the hands of its owner.

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