Blog Posts in November, 2016 Emotional Realities of a Lawsuit Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 17 Nov. 2016 At Jorgensen, Brownell, & Pepin, we believe the role of a lawyer is to help people solve problems. Unfortunately, in many cases, our clients seek advice after experiencing a significant loss. Whether a person has suffered a serious injury or the loss of a loved one, it is essential for an attorney to be cognizant of the emotional realities associated with loss, trauma, and grief. Medical and ... Continue Reading Share This Post: In A Dispute With A Co-Owner Of Real Property? It Might Be Time For A Partition Action Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 9 Nov. 2016 It’s common for family members or investment partners to come upon times where they can’t agree upon proper use or management of real property. In situations where there is no possibility for a resolution, it may be appropriate to consider a partition action. Filing a partition action enables a process where a Court can equitably divide ownership interests in real property. There are ... Continue Reading Share This Post: Child Support: How Is It Calculated? Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. 9 Nov. 2016 In Colorado, child support is calculated based on the parties combined income and the legislature’s determination of what income would be if the parties were together. This calculation is done using a guideline worksheet. The guideline apportions that liability based on how many nights the child spends with each parent, as well as expenses each party may pay for their child. In determining ... Continue Reading Share This Post: Blog Home 3 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.