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
Many of our older clients are worried about two things – 1. Having the resources to afford long-term care, or qualifying for government assistance if they don’t, typically Medicaid; and 2. They want to leave their house to their heirs if ... Read More
Chalk one up for property rights. The U.S. Supreme Court just changed the playing field for wetland permitting, notably tipping the balance toward landowners and developers seeking clarification of whether their planned activities require Army Corps of Engineers authorization. Moreover, in somewhat ... Read More
If you have a creative side, or have recently opened a business, you might want to know how you can safeguard your hard work from others who may try to ride on your coattails or improperly copy your efforts. When you ... Read More
Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC is proud to announce that on June 1, 2016 attorney Lee J. Morehead will become president of the Weld County Bar Association.
The Weld County Bar Association is a professional organization serving attorneys that live or work ... Read More
Choosing the appropriate entity for a new business is not as easy as one might think. Most people tend to gravitate towards a limited liability company, or LLC, for its relative ease of formation and asset protection, however there are ... Read More