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Current Problems in Colorado with New Residential Homes Being Built

Builders are currently reporting a shortage in adequate labor to help build new homes for their customers. There are also reported delays in getting some materials. The Superior, Louisville and Marshall areas are also starting to rebuild homes burned down by the Marshall fire putting another strain on the current new build market. Some construction … Continue Reading

Dividing Oil and Gas Interests in a Colorado Dissolution of Marriage

Dividing Oil and Gas Interests in a Colorado Separation or Dissolution of Marriage Co-Author:  Gregg Greenstein Introduction Colorado family law courts are accustomed to dividing typical marital property items such as real estate, furniture, cars, and bank accounts during a legal separation or dissolution of marriage. What happens when the marital estate includes atypical assets … Continue Reading

Changes to Colorado’s Non-Compete Covenant Statute

Following Passage of the Restrictive Employments Agreement Act Last year, the Colorado legislature significantly revamped the state’s noncompetition and restrictive covenants statute.  On August 10, 2022, the Restrictive Employments Agreement Act (the “Act”) became effective, implementing substantial changes to § 8-2-113, C.R.S., which statute encompasses Colorado’s restrictive covenant prohibitions.  The Act has broad sweeping changes … Continue Reading

I Don’t Want to Buy my Client’s Home, But Might Agree to do so Just to Make a Deal

Brokers can provide value to a client by acting as a buyer-of-last-resort of the client’s “old house.” Generally, brokers seek to avoid being that buyer-of-last-resort and seller would prefer to sell the property to a market buyer (who would tend to pay more for the property). Do Colorado regulations allow a listing broker to be … Continue Reading

How to Collect Past Due Child Support, Expenses or Maintenance in Colorado

Author:  Chelsea Kancilia Co-Author:  Gregg Greenstein My Ex Didn’t Pay Me! It can be frustrating when you ex does not pay your child support, expenses or maintenance as ordered by the Court in your settlement agreement or in your permanent orders from your divorce or parental responsibilities case.  Here’s what you need to know about … Continue Reading

Housing Choice Voucher Programs (Section 8) – Lease Considerations

Lease Considerations for Housing Choice Voucher Programs (Section 8) Landlords and Property Managers have several considerations to weigh when choosing a future tenant. Certain considerations are simply off the table. Pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-34-502, a person cannot be discriminated against for housing based upon their source of income. Essentially, this statute is designed to … Continue Reading

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