More and more people are shopping online and handling many aspects of their business online. That makes for a lot of customer data floating around out there in cyberspace. It also causes a lot of bad actors to use phishing scams and other devious tricks to breach the systems and steal the data for nefarious purposes.
Many people in Colorado don't use a motor vehicle as their primary means of transportation. Although walking is a leisure activity for some, for others it is the best option for getting around. Even when it's a necessity, there are many benefits to walking, such as enjoying being outside and getting exercise. Unfortunately, it can also pose a great risk, especially when pedestrians are close to traffic. One recent serious accident shows just how significant that risk is, when a woman lost her life after being struck by a car.
If you are a female entrepreneur who owns her own business, you probably have successfully passed many hurdles to your success. But one particular obstacle may have you worried about the viability of your business -- divorce.
When Colorado couples started their families, they probably felt as though their marriages would last forever. Unfortunately, at some point, the marital relationship soured, and one or both spouses decided that divorce would be the best course of action. Even if at least some of those couples want to co-parent, their relationship may not allow them to do so, in which case they may want to consider parallel parenting for their custody and parenting time plans.
When it comes to teen drunk driving, parents face something of a dilemma.
Unquestionably, divorce can be an emotional time. When one is feeling overwhelmed with emotions, it is easy to make mistakes. Certain mistakes in the divorce process can lead to lifelong struggles. While it may be one thing to advise someone to approach divorce as reasonably as possible, this is not always easy to do. For this reason, many in Colorado seek legal advice as early as possible in the process.
If you are a Denver contractor, chances are good that you have already experienced scope creep on your jobs. To a certain extent, scope creep is an occupational hazard that must be managed.
The first week of daylight saving time is always a time for Colorado residents to be more careful on the road. The reason is that the loss of one hour of sleep makes everyone drowsy, raising the risk for crashes. In fact, a study published in Current Biology has found that there are 6% more fatal car crashes in the U.S. during the first week of DST. An estimated 28 more fatal crashes occur in this week each year, and many more that do not end in death likely occur as well.
Cheers to the women, men, and children who celebrate the liberalization of women every day. International Women's Day started in 1913, and year after year global awareness has been raised to support the movement to eliminate discrimination and to equalize and liberalize women's economic, political, educational, cultural and social rights.
Colorado is one of the few states that still recognizes common-law marriages. "A common-law marriage is established by the mutual consent or agreement of the parties to be husband and wife, followed by a mutual and open assumption of a marital relationship." People v. Lucero, 747 P.2d 660, 663 (Colo. 1987). If you cohabitate (for any duration) and you both mutually and consistently hold yourselves out as "married" and have a reputation as being married, then you have a common law marriage.
Drunk driving is a hazard that doesn't have to exist. Drivers can make the decision not to get behind the wheel when they're intoxicated.
You and your spouse have only been married a short time, and you think that could mean that your divorce will be less complicated than a divorce would be for others. The reality is, though, that the complexity of your divorce comes down to what you did during that time.
Large trucks are common on the Colorado roads. An accident between passenger vehicles and 18-wheelers can cause catastrophic injuries and death. Relying on government oversight to ensure that truck companies adhere to the rules for safety might seem wise. However, some rule changes sow concern. Such is the case with the bill that would allow drivers under the age of 21 to drive commercial vehicles across state lines.