Blog Posts in February, 2017

  • How is Child Custody Determined?

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    27 Feb. 2017

    When a marriage comes to an end, parents must decide how to divide their family and household in two. The most legally and emotionally difficult part of this undertaking is often determining child custody. If you are a divorcing parent, it is critical to understand how the process works and who has the final say in where your child will live. A principle concept in all custody disputes is that ...
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  • Four Estate Planning Myths That Could Impact Your Future

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    20 Feb. 2017

    The world of estate planning is full of myths and misinformation which if acted upon can drastically impact your future. If you have considered starting or updating your estate plan but were dissuaded by a piece of concerning information, it may be time to reconsider. Below our blog outlines and dispels some of the most common myths surrounding the estate planning process. I don’t have an ...
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  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty: Proving Your Case

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    15 Feb. 2017

    The previous article discussed the many duties of a fiduciary. So how do you prove that the fiduciary breached a duty? One place to start is to look at the document in question to see if it modifies any of the duties. A Last Will and Testament, a trust, and even a general power of attorney will have sections that state the powers of the Personal Representative, trustee, or agent. For instance, a ...
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  • What in the World Are These Required Disclosures?

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    14 Feb. 2017

    Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure 16.2: What does it mean for your case? If you file a motion in domestic court, you will most likely be told to create a financial affidavit and comply with Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure (“CRCP”) 16.2 disclosures. CRCP 16.2 applies to all domestic relations cases. The purpose of CRCP 16.2 is to create a uniform procedure used to resolve issues ...
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  • Social Media, the Internet and the Law - Part One - Divorce and Custody

    Posted By Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

    3 Feb. 2017

    Social media is everywhere these days, and people are constantly on their phones, texting, sharing photos on Instagram and Facebook, or sharing their opinions on Twitter. Many people use social media to vent their frustrations and seek advice. This has become the norm for many. While having instant access to information can be a wonderful thing, using social media, email, and text messaging can ...
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