Category: Colorado Law

Don’t Use a Lawyer Who is a Jack of All Trades

Some lawyers would take any case that comes their way. They wouldn’t carefully select the cases they can handle with their knowledge. They just want to get as much work as possible, not caring if their legal knowledge would serve the client needs or not. Don’t use factotum lawyers like these. Lawyers who care about […]

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Free Consultations with Lawyers – You Get What You Pay For

When people are facing a legal issue, they are often attracted by free consultations offered by some lawyers. Getting some kind of legal help without paying a dime is a rare opportunity many wouldn’t want to miss, but only for those who don’t know what they can get from it. There are lawyers who offer […]

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Real Estate IRA in Colorado – the Self Directed Checkbook IRA LLC

The Real Estate IRA in Colorado… By now I am sure you’ve heard that it is legal, permissible, and profitable to invest in real estate using your self-directed IRA, SEP, or Roth IRA. If you’ve been using this technique, you know the drawbacks – delays in funding, fees from your custodian, potential lawsuits against your […]

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Owner Financing in Colorado

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Converting a Single Member LLC to an S corp

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Colorado IRA LLC Lawyer

A Colorado IRA LLC Lawyer is who you need to talk with if you have a self directed IRA.  A self directed IRA can be cumbersome if you own assets such as real esatet rentals because you need to direct the custodian for every transactions – rental income, expenses, mortgage payments, taxes, repairs, etc.  You […]

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S corporation versus LLC

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Landlord Tenant Laws and Tenants’ Rights in Colorado

Tenant rights in Colorado are not too strong, as Colorado is a fairly low-regulated state when it comes to landlords and tenants rules, particularly single family homes.  This may change as vacancy drops to new levels in Colorado and landlords are in the driver’s seat, potentially giving unscrupulous landlords the unfair advantage. Some landlords may […]

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Buy a House, Go to Jail

Over the past five years, a dozen states including Colorado have passed foreclosure “protection” laws, and many states are following suit. Even in states where there are no specific foreclosure protection laws in place, there’s plenty of power within the state Attorney General or County District Attorney’s office to prosecute a real estate investor. Here’s […]

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Should You Use an Attorney’s Fee Clause?

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