Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC is proud to announce that Katie Butler has been admitted to practice law in Colorado.
Katie worked as a law clerk for the firm for about a year and she recently has been admitted to practice law in ... Read More
In Colorado, whether or not probate is required depends on the type and value of the property a deceased person (“decedent”) owns when they die. All of a decedent’s property is classified as either probate or nonprobate property. Generally, nonprobate property ... Read More
Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC is proud to announce that attorney Christian J. Schulte has been accepted to The Greeley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
The Greeley Chamber of Commerce is an investment organization that is driven to meet the needs ... Read More
Nathaniel Wallshein joins the firm as a litigation associate. Before joining Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, Nate worked as a judicial fellow for the Honorable Norman D. Haglund. He most recently served as law clerk for the Honorable R. Michael ... Read More
The Statute of Limitations May No Longer be Your Deadline to Bring a Claim
By: Lee J. Morehead, Esq.
I remember sitting in my first year civil procedure class when Professor John Greabe said,
“The way to remember the statute of limitations defense is S.O.L. If you do ... Read More