Force Majeure and Coronavirus COVID-19 This is the fourth video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 identifying general concepts about Force Majeure and impossibility of performance in Colorado as those concepts relate to Coronavirus COVID-19.
General Considerations for Coronavirus COVID-19 Contract Clauses This is the third video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 identifying the general issues for creating and reviewing Coronavirus COVID-19 clauses.
Parenting time exchanges and concerns about your child’s health while in the other parent’s household for visitation or parenting time can be challenging during the COVID-19 coronavirus isolation, quarantine and shutdown periods. There are some basic concepts to keep in mind concerning how divorce, allocation of parental responsibilities (custody) laws and parenting time (visitation) laws … Continue Reading
This is the second video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19. It provides a process for addressing contract issues for deals that are already under contract (without COVID-19 clauses).
Must I Disclose that an Occupant had Coronavirus (COVID-19)? This is the first video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 addressing a frequently asked question. The remaining five videos address contract clauses to manage Coronavirus COVID-19 risks.
We’ve recently heard from a number of Colorado landlord and property management clients whose tenants have encountered financial hardships due to the COVID-19 coronavirus and are therefore unable to make their next rent payment. This is a quickly-evolving situation, which we’ll continue to monitor and update. Typically if a tenant can’t pay their rent, the … Continue Reading
Learn when to use the Agreement to Revive Contract form, how to use it and when not to use it.
While buying or selling a home or other real estate in Colorado is often completed without the use of an attorney, there are special considerations and complex legal issues that arise when buying or selling a home or other real estate in the middle of a divorce case. Consulting an attorney who has knowledge of real estate law and divorce should be part of the plan to buy or sell real estate, while a divorce case is pending in Colorado.
At this time, it means that discharging private student loan debt in the Tenth Circuit through an adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court may be an option for debtors with private non-qualifying educational loans unless and until the Tenth Circuit or United States Supreme Court issues a decision determining otherwise.
Rental Application Fairness Act: What actions must Colorado landlords and property managers take after passage of the new state law known as House Bill 19-1106?