The service with them has helped i just can't afford it every month and have a standing contract/payment plan with them.
answered on Jun 24, 2022
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult for an attorney to offer guidance without seeing the contract's terms about termination, cancellation, refunds, penalties, etc. You could reach out to local attorneys to review the... Read more »
The broker stopped after the deposit and took $19000 off the top in Feb 2021and stopped working on my behalf, had to go to another dealer for help or to his boss , who is who I dealt with, but there is Money issues that I didn't get credit for said they would sell home if payment wasn't... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2022
You are buying a modular or manufactured home in Colorado. The law covering this purchase is a combination of contract law for the sale of goods and real estate law. Your purchase should have come with a sales agreement that clearly states the sales price and the delivery date. Even a statement... Read more »
( we are still legally married but we are no longer "together") I am now no longer dependent on her to make decisions for me, but wanting to know how, can I tell if the power of attorney is still active. and if it is active how can I cancel it.
answered on Dec 16, 2021
Hello and happy holidays. If you have not revoked the power of attorney then it is still active. Yo revoke it, you prepare a revocation and provide the revocation to any place that may have a copy of the attorney.
She had 2 years to get refinanced and now it 4 months past that. I keep filling motions because it was already meditated, but she won't comply and won't agree to a new mediation. My last motion to go back to the original order has been denied. What can I do ? She's just prolonging... Read more »
answered on Aug 20, 2021
If she will not comply with a court order, you can move to enforce. I don't know what has been happening in your case with your motions.
My ex husband filed a motion this week to modify medical decision making of our daughter. Our divorce decree states we must go to mediation prior to filing a motion but he and his attorney skipped this step. Could this be considered contempt?
answered on Apr 26, 2021
I do not think contempt is the right response. You could file a response pointing out the failure to go to mediation. The court is likely to order mediation in any case. You should get a lawyer to help you with this.
My odometer is not reading the actual miles. There might be some kind of computer issue since it is saying that i put 20k miles on it in 1 year which is an impossible number for me. Now because of this, i cannot get major engine repairs done with my warranty. There is only about 600 miles over... Read more »
answered on Jun 28, 2020
A Colorado attorney could advise best, as state consumer laws could be applicable. As a starting point, you could think about getting the vehicle tested at a shop where technicians could diagnose your system and troubleshoot your odometer/related systems for glitches. If you set up a consult with... Read more »
We do not know how to get a referral for her forensic assessment and wondered if getting a pro bono lawyer, as we are a low income family, would help solve our issues. I have a ton more information regarding the exact situation if this is the right direction.
answered on Sep 9, 2019
You should consult with an attorney who will need information about any prior court orders and will need to understand the context of the need for a forensic evaluation. This matter clearly has a history involving some form of safety issue. You could also consult with a therapist who might be able... Read more »
2 estates are suing each other and I am also going through bankrutcy
I was suspended from work for not signing The companies mutual binding arbitration agreement, Two days prior to my return to work I was terminated by the company. For not signing the agreement, I had been employed by this company for about 19 months. How can a company enforce such an agreement??
answered on Jan 17, 2019
If you have not agreed to an arbitration agreement the company will not be able to compel arbitration.
Willing to compensate above norm rate for 11th hour notice.
answered on Dec 3, 2018
I may be available depending on location and type of case. You can call me to discuss it.
answered on Aug 20, 2018
You can go online and look at their website. You can also look up reviews of this company and read them. Finally, you can access "Yelp" and review the company if you can fine it.
My wife just doesn't want me around. we have 4 kids that need both of us. We have no extra money. I am the sole provider. my job only pays 16/hr. We are on food stamps and other assistance. There is no violence, drugs, adultery, or any risks. We have special needs kids, and in home therapists... Read more »
answered on Jul 17, 2018
Once a divorce is filed, the court can determine whether one of you has to leave. The court's primary concern will be the welfare of the children. The court can also enter orders for the return of the children if she does not return with them. You should retain an attorney to make sure your... Read more »
I’m willing to do deposition, just cannot afford to travel to CO from TX. I’m broke. Can petitioner’s atty force me to travel for. TX to CO at my own expense? I my view (and my CO atty’s View) the petitioner is attempting to make this process as difficult (expensive) as possible for me. If... Read more »
answered on May 21, 2018
Since you have an attorney in Colorado, you should discuss this with them and follow their advice.
I don't have an Attny. Spouse is out of state, being represented by Attny. His focus is money, not the children.
answered on May 18, 2017
The requests are very likely not harassment. Be aware that under Rule 16.2 (found in the JDF 1104 disclosure form), a significant amount of financial information is required to be disclosed without request. Failure to provide this information can result in court enforcement with sanctions. That... Read more »
answered on Feb 19, 2017
Probably not. Granny can make gifts as she pleases. Unless Granny lacked the mental capacity to understand what she was doing, or there was fraud or undue influence, it's an inter-vivos gift that is not part of Granny's probate estate. Granddaughter has a tough row to hoe to win that... Read more »
For a reason unknown to anyone in my family, my son and daughter-in-law have decided to cut off contact.
Do I have any legal way of having visitation with my grandchildren?
answered on Oct 27, 2016
Colorado does allow grandparents access to their grandchildren in many situation. It appears that this is a D&N (dependency and neglect) case. Contact the Weld County Clerks Office for information on becoming a special party in the D&N case. If you are out of state, it will be an additional... Read more »
Is that not a breach of contract our operating agreement also states that any disputes would be handled through mediation but her attorney is not for that what do I do?
answered on May 18, 2016
If there is another attorney involved, I recommend that you hire your own attorney. Turning to your substantive question, as a general rule, provisions that mandate mediation are binding on BOTH parties. Considering that you are the lesser partner/owner it is very likely that the mediation... Read more »
I work from 3pm to 2am Monday thru Thursday, but I want more time at my house with my daughter and she also wants more time with her siblings, but her mother says she doesn't need to be here unless I am here, we are going to mediation soon and I would like to know if she can be a my house with... Read more »
answered on Dec 6, 2015
Your request seems reasonable and persuasive. There is nothing in Colorado law that mandates that you must be physically present at all times during parenting time. The section that defines considerations for parenting time (visitation) is CRS 14-10-124, it can be accessed via... Read more »
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