Those who live or travel in Colorado's suburbs and the Greater Denver-Metro region know what it is like to navigate state roads and highways. Car accidents caused by drunk drivers and speeding remain high in this area, prompting law enforcement to launch a highway speed enforcement event.
One of the hardest things for police officers to do when responding to a car crash is to determine who was at fault. What they write in their report can have long-term implications for the people involved in the crash.
Gray divorce typically refers to the divorce of those who are 50 years old and above. The statistics show that this has been increasing in the United States, despite the decline in the overall divorce rate.
Do any of the people you know drive after consuming one or more drinks? Do they say they are sober enough to drive responsibly? Have you ever seen anyone you know drive erratically after consuming alcoholic beverages?
When you run a restaurant or a bar, the ability to sell alcoholic beverages is crucial to your company's bottom line. You probably invested thousands of dollars in attaining that liquor license and intend to maintain it indefinitely.
If you and your spouse have decided that a divorce is right for you, then you may have already sat down with your children to try to explain what's going to happen next.
Navigating the process of getting divorced can understandably be challenging for both adults involved. However, divorce can also take a toll on children, particularly toddlers. Fortunately, divorcing parents in Colorado can take a couple of steps to keep their children as emotionally safe as possible during this life-altering event.
Rear-end crashes have become more common largely as a result of distractions behind the wheel. These crashes usually happen when two vehicles are traveling in the same direction but the rear vehicle does not slow or stop soon enough to avoid an impact with the leading vehicle. This may be because a driver was texting, talking to someone in their vehicle, eating or because of many other factors.
Denver, CO, March 12, 2021- At Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. (CCB), we embrace and are proud to advocate for the LGBTQ community, and we are a longstanding ally. Several members of the LGBTQ community are part of our CCB team and family. Diversity and inclusiveness are of paramount importance to all in our firm. In support of our firm's steadfast commitment, Partners Leslee K. Balten and Kyle J. Martelon guided the firm through a workshop regarding these important issues, including but not limited to proper terminology, gender pronouns, and best practices regarding respectful communication and advocacy as it relates to our clients and their children, both in and out of the courtroom.
When an individual in Colorado is ready to end his or her marriage, one of the most defining moments of the process is breaking the news to the other party. Figuring out how to go about this can no doubt be confusing and even overwhelming. However, a few tips may help to make this stage of the divorce process easier.
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Denver, CO, March 1, 2021- Local litigation law firm, Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. (CCB), adds trial attorney Daniel A. Wartell to its roster as Partner in the firm.
(Denver, CO, January 26, 2021) Family Law attorney, Amanda Reeves, joins Ciancio Ciancio Brown P.C. (CCB) to practice litigation and mediation for family law and domestic relations matters.