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How to Write a Business Contract

How to Write a Business Contract?

By Hampton and Piggot
Posted on 12-12-2019

When you have a business of any kind it means that you will need contract agreements. This is to protect you in the legal world should anything happen. Having to write up legal agreements can be scary especially if you feel like you don’t have much legal... [read more]

Reasons Why You Shouldnt Do a DIY Divorce

Reasons Why You Shouldnt Do a DIY Divorce

By Hampton & Pigott LLP
Posted on 10-23-2019
CATEGORIES: Family Law

When it comes to divorce there is obviously a reason why you’re choosing to proceed with it. However, there are a lot of legal factors that most people don’t even realize that they need to consider. Along with that we hate to mention the fact that there... [read more]

A Word About Store Credit

A Word About Store Credit

By Sheryl A. Fernandez, Paralegal
Posted on 12-7-2018
CATEGORIES: Business Law

In making my first trip of the season to the mall, I was reminded of my many years in retail. The bustle of the holidays, the increase in customers, longer hours, holiday décor and of course the repeat of Christmas songs that stick in your head long after... [read more]

What types of auto insurance is important for my personal injury claim

What types of auto insurance is important for my personal injury claim?

By Stephen M. Young, Esq.
Posted on 7-18-2018
CATEGORIES: Personal Injury

Do you know what auto insurance will cover if you are injured in an accident? Often, I receive calls from people who have been in an accident and don’t know what to do or where to start. If you have any specific questions, call an experienced personal injury... [read more]

Twas the Night Before Christmas (Legal Edition)

By David J. Pigott, Esq.
Posted on 12-24-2017
CATEGORIES: Business Law

Twas the night before Christmas, when the elves thought it’d be cute To hit dear old Santa with a labor dispute. It seems old Saint Nick had a duty of care, And the elves all agreed, their pay was unfair. Santa’s lawyers were nestled all... [read more]

Understanding Premarital Agreements

By David J. Pigott, Esq.
Posted on 10-7-2017
CATEGORIES: Family Law

“Mawage. Mawage is wot bwings us togeder tooday. Mawage, that bwessed awangment, that dweam wifin a dweam… And wuv, tru wuv, will fowow you foweva… So tweasure your wuv.” – The Impressive Clergyman The Princess Bride In the Princess Bride, villain Prince Humperdinck finds his rushed marriage to... [read more]

Getting a Protection Order in Colorado

By William A. Baker, Esq.
Posted on 7-17-2017
CATEGORIES: Family Law

Love Stinks. Immortal words penned by J. Geils Band lead singer Peter Wolf and keyboardist Seth Justman for the title track of their 1980 album. Eighteen years later Adam Sandler reintroduced the song and its message to our collective consciousness with his performance in The Wedding... [read more]

This is Why You Shouldn’t Propose on Valentine’s Day in Montana

By David J. Pigott, Esq.
Posted on 2-16-2015
CATEGORIES: Family Law

Gentlemen, if you’ve been with your significant other for a while, you might be thinking about popping the question. You might even be thinking about doing it on Valentine’s Day. While one recent survey[1] suggests that many women would cherish a Valentine’s Day proposal, there are plenty of... [read more]

Operating Agreements for Colorado LLCs: What Really Matters

Operating Agreements for Colorado LLCs: What Really Matters

By Audris G. Hampton, Esq.
Posted on 2-3-2015
CATEGORIES: Business Law

In Colorado, a limited liability company (LLC) is formed, effectively, through a document that complies with the substantive and statutory requirements for the LLC’s “Articles of Organization” (Articles). The Articles are an LLC’s most important document. The next most important document is the LLC’s Operating Agreement (OA). An... [read more]

Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act

Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act

By David J. Pigott, Esq.
Posted on 6-12-2014
CATEGORIES: Family Law

Staff Sgt. Roger Newton holds his 4-month-old daughter Laila Newton for the first time as he and 90 other Ohio National Guard soldiers return from their deployment to Afghanistan to Rickenbacker Airport in Columbus on Oct. 3, 2012. Newton's son, Roger Newton III, was born during his first... [read more]