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Were you wrongly charged with false imprisonment in Colorado? It is a serious charge and you should get help from our criminal defense attorneys to pursue the best potential outcome in your case. What Is False Imprisonment in Colorado? Colorado false imprisonment laws, covered under CRS 18-3-303, define false imprisonment as knowingly confining … Continue reading

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Among the legal consequences following a DUI charge are education and treatment. For many individuals, court-mandated drug or alcohol classes are an essential part of the journey to rehabilitation and avoiding further legal troubles. On this page, the legal team at Peakstone Law Group, LLC, formerly known as Patterson Weaver, LLC, provides an … Continue reading

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Peakstone Law Group is Donating 5% of our Profit to Ukrainian Relief Aid. At Peakstone Law Group, we believe in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. For all people. Everywhere. Always. To secure this, we believe in peoples’ fundamental universal rights as human beings, including; Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom … Continue reading

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Oftentimes, in the aftermath of someone’s passing, the decedent’s estate must go through the probate process to ensure all assets are distributed appropriately. Probate can often be a lengthy and expensive process, no matter how large or small the estate may be. That said, there are some ways to minimize the costs your beneficiaries may … Continue reading

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In Colorado, modified comparative negligence is the method through which the degree of fault in a personal injury case is determined. If you were partially responsible for your injuries, the percentage of which you were at fault will affect the damages you receive. Continue reading to learn more about modified comparative negligence. How Will it … Continue reading

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After the death of an individual, their estate must be administered through the probate courts. During this process, the designated personal representative (as it’s called in Colorado) or executor (as it is called in many other states) will act as the estate administrator and have specific legal and fiduciary duties, both to the … Continue reading