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The Best Option for Discreet Divorces

The Best Option for Discreet Divorces

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 8-8-2022

Divorce is already an emotional process. Sometimes it can be messy. The circumstances that lead up to your divorce could be extremely emotional. The last thing you want is to have your dirty laundry aired out in front of a court. The good news is that divorce court... [read more]

The Basics of Attorney Fees

The Basics of Attorney Fees

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 7-8-2022

One of the biggest misunderstandings between clients and attorneys is money. Getting legal help is never cheap, but there are attorneys on all ends of the budget spectrum. Here are some of the basics you should know about when it comes to attorney fees. Having a rough idea... [read more]

Signs of a Traumatic Brain Injury

Signs of a Traumatic Brain Injury

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 6-8-2022

All of our clients have something to lose. And those who have been involved in workplace, auto, and other kinds of accidents are certainly included. Which is exactly why we fight so hard for our clients. When you win, we win. Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injuries are sadly... [read more]

Why Small Business Owners Should Work with an Attorney

Why Small Business Owners Should Work with an Attorney?

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 5-6-2022

Running a small business is a lot of work. Many small businesses are the result of people pursuing their dreams. Owners of small businesses usually juggle long hours and must manage taxes on top of store operations. When you already have so much on your plate, trying to... [read more]

Your Rights as a Member of the Military

Your Rights as a Member of the Military

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 4-8-2022

When you join the military, you fight every day to protect the rights of your fellow citizens. But are there specific rights that you should know about as a member of the military? The answer is yes, and it is important that you are aware of them. Know... [read more]

What to Do When Your Partner Does Not Want a Divorce

What to Do When Your Partner Does Not Want a Divorce?

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 3-21-2022

A marriage is a collaboration. And sometimes that collaboration just does not work as well as you wanted it to. In an ideal world, both partners would feel when things are not working and both mutually agree to go separate ways. But this is not always the case.... [read more]

The Most Commonly Asked Questions Regarding DUIs in Colorado

The Most Commonly Asked Questions Regarding DUIs in Colorado

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 2-28-2022

The details of a DUI conviction will vary from state to state. If you, a friend, or family member are facing the threat of a DUI conviction in Colorado, you are no doubt anxious about what you are up against. Allow us to answer some of the most... [read more]

What You Need to Know About Medical Debt and Bankruptcy

What You Need to Know About Medical Debt and Bankruptcy?

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 1-5-2022

Medical problems usually occur unexpectedly. Hopefully you have an emergency fund set aside for situations like this, but not everyone has the circumstances to do that. If you do not have an emergency fund to draw from to cover medical expenses, credit cards are often used to front... [read more]

Who Is Responsible in a Three Car Accident

Who Is Responsible in a Three Car Accident?

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 12-8-2021

Nothing can change the course of your day like a car accident can. An inherently stressful situation like a car accident can become even more stressful when there are multiple cars involved. When you are involved in an accident, your head may be spinning. Once you have confirmed... [read more]

What to Know About Interlock in Colorado

What to Know About Interlock in Colorado?

By Hampton & Pigott
Posted on 11-11-2021

If you get a DUI in Colorado, be prepared to live with the consequences. Many times, a DUI conviction in Colorado will land you with a whole suite of driving restrictions, one of which could be an interlock restricted license. What exactly is an interlock restricted license and... [read more]

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