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Law Blog

Information on law from the attorneys at Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins, P.C. located in Golden, Colorado.

Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins P.C. successfully prosecuted another plaintiff's personal injury case in Jefferson County District Court. The attorneys that tried the case were Jon Bradley and Leslie German.


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Parents with minor children often include in their Wills testamentary trusts to provide for the children should both parents die.

October marks the second anniversary of the opening of the Bradley Devitt Haas & Watkins, P.C. law firm in Montrose.

After several months of preparations, on May 26, 2011 the Jefferson County District Court Post Decree Domestic Relations Clinic was launched. I had worked in conjunction with Retired District Court Judge Charlie Hoppin, the Jefferson County Family Court Facilitator, Kristin Kreitemeyer and several of the other Magistrates and Judges in Jefferson County on the materials and outline for the clinic. Over a dozen people attended the first meeting and another dozen attended on June 30, 2011 for the second. The clinic shall take place on the last Thursday of each month in Courtroom 1A at the Jefferson County Courthouse.

Many construction professionals have experienced instances when those they have contracted with have been paid by others but have failed to pay their obligations to the construction professional. The Colorado legislature attempted to remedy this unfair situation through enactment of the C.R.S. § 38-22-127(1), the “Colorado Trust Fund Statute.” Many are familiar with this statute and the ability of contractors to seek redress in court. Remedies for violation of the Colorado Trust Fund Statute include trebled damages, attorney fees and costs. Unfortunately, many of these same construction professionals expend significant resources obtaining judgments only to be served with a notice of bankruptcy by the non-paying contractor or the individual owners of the company. In such instances construction professionals continue to have options to attempt to remedy this additional insult.