I am from Colorado and recently was offered a severance package. It was suggested that I take it to an attorney to look over before signing. Would like some advise on where or who would look at this with me and is this free?
No, a lawyer would not look at this for free. This is not a matter that supports pro bono (free) legal services. You are advised to either pay for a lawyer or you can figure it out yourself and hope for the best.See question
Not sure how to go about the process ,lost him on July 4th , the court said to get the house in my name I'll have to go through probate , also on the property there is renters that have not paid rent in over 3 months how to evicted them .if a...
I am sorry for your loss. Yes, you need to retain a probate attorney. The process involves appointment of the personal representative. That person then has authority over the assets and to proceed to transfer those assets per the will, trust or, if no will or trust, under the intestate statute. Until that is done there is nothing that can be accomplished related to the tenants and all the other assets. Start contacting attorneys today to get started.See question
I am interested in the benefits of working with colleagues in a behavioral health co-op/collaborative/group practice, and in developing a strong brand wherein we would all be doing business under the same name, but I prefer not to make myself vuln...
A possible strategy would be in structuring a complex joint venture. Each respective member would be a separate entity and the JV agreement would provide for rights on arrangements, disputes, removing a member, indemnification and myriad other provisions to protect the business and the JV members.
The prospective members must hire an experienced business attorney to establish the venture and draft the agreements. This should not be attempted without legal counsel.See question
The judge said i was not able to prove that i wasnt served properly, however, he stated if i had ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS not copies of proof that i was not the one served because i was with clients, that would have been a different story. So, Do i ...
If this was a county court case, you are too late. You had 14 days from entry of judgment to file an appeal. Sorry.See question
I am 54, and would like all of my belonging to go to my son, and nothing to my brother. My son is listed first, then my parents, then my brother. I do not want my brother to get anything.
No, you do not need to notify him. You just need to appropriately amend the revocable trust.See question
A firm I had represent me in a divorce and draft an MOU containing a paragraph for a QDRO division, sent me an email of their intent to withdraw from my case, as was customary when they considered a case closed. The same afternoon I'd received th...
If the firm entered an appearance in your case they must continue with services until the court grants their withdrawal. Until that withdrawal is granted, they must continue to provide services and that includes responding to you on the legal matter. If they refuse to respond you should consider filing a complaint with the regulation counsel.See question
a) Would I need a contract lawyer with class action experience? b) I am doing a contract with Class Action Lawyer, nationwide big firm preferred.
c. Market research is not compensation that is provided in class action lawsuits
It is very simple. Class actions are not some way for some person who is not impacted to make money. You will not get money for your tip. Either you are part of the class or you are not. In short, your idea of making anything off of this will fail unless you are a class member. Then, in the end, you will get very little.See question
She pays 900 pounds a month. The care plan is drawn up between her and social services.The difference between the care plan and actual time spent by the carers is 50 mins per day
Hello, First off, you did not ask a question. Second, you refer to pounds. If this relates to a care plan based in the UK (or under UK law) then you need to contact a UK attorney. We provide answers to questions regarding Colorado matters.See question
There has been no updates to the home.
Unless you have a lease for a set amount, the landlord can change the rent with notice. They could raise it 200% or any amount they want and that is legal. Sorry and good luck on your search for a new place, if you don't plan to pay this amount.See question
Plan to fire attorney, looking to hire a new one, can I have my son-in-law go and pick up my divorce file? Is that allowed?
The file is yours so you can always request and get the file.See question