Starting a business can be challenging; there are several considerations business owners need to make when forming a business, including a variety of complex legal issues. Business owners also need to decide how their business will be funded as well as creating a business plan.
Motor vehicle accidents happen all the time, and unfortunately, some accidents result in fatalities. It can be very difficult to deal with the loss of a loved one after a fatal accident, and many people wonder how their life will ever be the same.
Apart from dealing with child-centered issues, asset division is quite possibly the messiest part of any Colorado divorce. Both parties want to ensure that they walk away from the union with a fair and equitable amount, especially when they have large assets to both divide and protect. For many high-profile couples, or those going into the marriage with substantial means, a prenuptial agreement may be the best way to protect their investments should the marriage not work out.
Running a business can be complicated, especially when following business laws and guidelines to help your business run smoothly. Business owners in Colorado have a lot of complex issues to worry about when running their businesses. That is why it is important for business owners to understand what legal considerations to make when starting their business to help resolve any future disputes.
For many Colorado couples, divorce is the best option, even when children are involved in the equation. After determining child custody arrangements, the former couple must come together to define a fair child support agreement in order to help cover every day expenses incurred in raising a child. If they cannot, a judge may have to step in.
Distracted driving is very dangerous and causes many car accidents every year in Colorado. A recent fatal accident highlights the dangers of distracted driving, and how drivers can be held accountable for their negligent actions on the road.
Fatal car accidents result in heartache and misery for the victims' families. When fatal car accidents are caused by someone else's negligence or unsafe behavior, the victim's family may be able to pursue legal action against those responsible.
A recent U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit ruling could impact future trademark lawsuits filed in Colorado. The trademark infringement lawsuit was filed by the company 1-800 Contacts Inc. against Lens.com Inc. for allegedly using the company's service mark in their online advertisements.
When determining child custody rights, the court’s main focus is establishing what parental arrangements will be in the best interests of the child. Jefferson County courts take child negligence claims seriously and work toward ensuring that children are not placed in the homes of parents who cannot adequately provide for them. Currently, police are investigating the mother of a three year old boy to determine if she falls under that category or is fit to regain custody.
Divorce can be strenuous and costly. For that reason, many Jefferson County couples are turning to divorce mediation in order to save money and have more control over the outcome of issues involving child custody, spousal support and child support.
It’s no shock that divorce in Colorado can dramatically affect the financial status of individuals. A couple who works together to support their lifestyle is often hit hard when they must try and do so solo. According to experts, the biggest surprise most often comes to women who give their husband most of the control over the investments and other finances.