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February 2015 Archives

Can you insure against construction defects and avoid litigation?

Due to the sheer number of workers that are often involved in a construction project, there may be a greater potential for disputes that escalate into construction litigation. For example, the entities involved in a construction project may include municipalities, contractors, subcontractors, developers, homeowners associations or zoning authorities, and others. 

How does a legal separation affect child custody?

In Colorado, a couple has the option of filing for divorce or for legal separation with children.  Spouses typically are no longer financially responsible for each other after a legal separation, save for any spousal support provisions in the decree of legal separation. Yet legally separated spouses cannot remarry until they actually divorce. Does that seem inefficient?

Poorly drafted contracts can give rise to commercial litigation

Although start-up ventures may have auspicious beginnings, it's important to have clearly drafted business contracts if things go south. Indeed, there's no absolute safeguard against business litigation among owners, partners or vendors even in times of prosperity.

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