Attention to all who work in the legal community! The Weld County Bar Association is proud to host its Eighth Annual Law Day honoring those who work in the legal field. The event will be held on May 5th from 7:30 -8:30 am., at the Plaza West, Jury Assembly Room. RSVP information is included on the flyer. There is no cost to attend!

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Congratulations to Fred Otis for being honored as a Volunteer of the Year! Fred not only serves on the United Way Board of Directors, but he has also given extensive time in helping the homeless in Weld County.

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Turning Over the Keys to Your Business

By: Jeffrey T. Bedingfield We’ve all heard the saying that there are only two things in life that are certain – death and taxes. The same might be said for your business that you’ve spent a good part of your… Read More

Should I Look for Environmental Issues Prior to Completing My Real Estate Transaction?

By: John Kolanz A version of this article was published in the November 2016 BizWest Thought Leaders column. When purchasing (often even leasing) commercial or industrial property, the answer is usually yes. Environmental issues take various forms, such as soil… Read More

The entire staff agrees, we work for the finest attorneys around and we wished them a very Happy Boss’s Day yesterday!

We are privileged and proud to say we work for the awesome attorneys at OBP!… Read More

Is your property titled correctly?

By: Timothy P. Brynteson – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in October 2016 Most couples assume that if one them dies, their home or other real estate will pass automatically to their spouse.  Normally couples own their home… Read More

We extend congratulations to Diane Goddard on her 20th work anniversary! She’s still smiling after 20 years!

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Considering options for your home if you are worried about long-term care

By: Timothy P. Brynteson 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… Read More

High Court’s Wetlands Opinion Could be Game Changer

By: John Kolanz A version of this article was published in BizWest in June 2016. Chalk one up for property rights.  The United States Supreme Court just changed the playing field for wetland permitting, notably tipping the balance toward landowners… Read More