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Can I Get an Annulment in Colorado?

Bloch & Chapleau Feb 22nd, 2018 Family Law

If you are in a marriage in Colorado and want to get out of it legally, you might be wondering if you are eligible to get an annulment. We often receive questions from clients about whether they can simply file for an annulment instead of a divorce, or if an annulment can make it easier […]

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What Are Colorado’s Laws on Alimony?

Bloch & Chapleau Feb 22nd, 2018 Family Law

If you are thinking about filing for divorce in Colorado or have already begun this process, we know that you have questions about alimony and how it works. Under Colorado Law (Colo. Rev. Stat. Section 14-10-114), alimony is known as “spousal maintenance.” In Colorado, spousal maintenance is awarded in situations where it is deemed appropriate […]

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Federal Appeals Court Enforces Vail’s Broad Liability Waiver to Completely Bar Lawsuit Arising from a Ski Lift Injury

Bloch & Chapleau Jan 16th, 2018 Personal Injury

On January, 8, 2018, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued its Opinion in the case of Teresa Brigance v. Vail Summit Resorts, Inc. The Federal Appeals Court ruled that Vail’s broad liability waiver that appears on the back of a ski lift ticket completely bars the claims of Dr. Teresa Brigance. Dr. Brigance was […]

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Will I Lose My Inheritance if I Get Divorced in Colorado?

Bloch & Chapleau Jan 3rd, 2018 Family Law

If you are thinking about getting divorced in Colorado, understanding the state’s rules on property division is very important. A lack of understanding of these laws could put your assets and financial well being at risk. One question that our lawyers frequently hear is in regards to divorce, division of property, and inheritance. Here’s what […]

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Are Divorce Records Public In Colorado?

Bloch & Chapleau Jan 3rd, 2018 Family Law

Getting a divorce is challenging enough. Feeling that your dirty laundry, so to speak, may be aired for everyone else to see can be even more disconcerting. Here’s what you need to know about public divorce records in Colorado: Divorce and a Divorce Settlements Are Public Record When you file for a dissolution of marriage […]

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Bloch & Chapleau Sponsors The Glide Project

Bloch & Chapleau Dec 8th, 2017 Bloch & Chapleau In The News - Media

Bloch & Chapleau, LLC is proud to be a sponsor for Chris Anthony’s The Glide Project. The program provides classes for youth to study the science of snow and avalanches. It helps promote respect for the mountain environment and safety for when skiing. During the courses, students will learn skills for teamwork and responsibility in […]

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What to Do after a Hit-and-Run Accident

Bloch & Chapleau Oct 21st, 2017 Personal Injury

No one wants to think about the possibility of being in a car accident. Even worse, however, is the idea of being involved in a hit-and-run car accident, where the other driver flees the scene of the accident before being identified, jeopardizing the victim’s chances of compensation. If you are in a hit-and-run collision, there […]

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The Other Driver is Blaming Me for the Accident

Bloch & Chapleau Sep 25th, 2017 Personal Injury

If you were recently involved in a serious car accident in Denver or Eagle County, it can be difficult to think about anything but your injuries and your recovery. At the same time, we know how frustrating it can be to get hurt in a severe crash caused by another driver’s negligence. When you know […]

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Can I Sue the City and County of Denver for My Car Accident?

Bloch & Chapleau Sep 25th, 2017 Personal Injury

According to a fact sheet from the Colorado State Patrol and Department of Public Safety, fatal motor vehicle crashes are on the rise in the state. Between 2016 and 2017 so far, auto accident fatalities in Colorado have increased by more than 15 percent. While the rate of injury crashes has decreased slightly, there were […]

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How Long Does a Victim Have to File a Car Accident Lawsuit in Colorado?

Bloch & Chapleau Sep 7th, 2017 Personal Injury

Were you hurt in a serious car accident in Colorado? If so, you are entitled to receive full financial compensation for your damages from the at fault party. Recovering fair compensation is not always easy for injured victims. You need to be ready to deal with Colorado’s complex injury claims process and the state’s rules […]

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