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Recent Appellate Opinion Regarding Probate Court Jurisdiction

USA - May 8 2017 The Colorado Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion reinforcing the breadth of the probate court’s jurisdiction. In re Estate of Arlen E. Owens...


Claims Challenging Estate Plans

USA - December 19 2016 We are seeing an increase in the number of lawsuits in which people are challenging or trying to circumvent estate plans. The claims traditionally...


A Killer Cannot Profit from His or Her Own Wrong

USA - September 12 2016 Common law provides that a killer cannot profit from his or her own wrong. This policy underlies what is known as the "Slayer Statute." The Colorado...

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2016 Changes to the Colorado Civil Rules

USA - February 15 2016 The Colorado Supreme Court recently adopted some changes to the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure. Some of the changes are highlighted below. The...


Take time upon termination

USA - October 26 2015 When a trust terminates, beneficiaries are understandably anxious to receive final distributions. They often do not understand that there is a period...