D. Mathew Blackburn

D. Mathew Blackburn

The Law Office of D. Mathew Blackburn
  • Business Law
  • Colorado
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The Law Office of D. Mathew Blackburn is a client focused firm that provides legal advice in easy to understand terms.

Practice Area
    Business Law
    Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Mergers & Acquisitions
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Colorado
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U.S. Tax Court
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Owner
The Law Office of D. Mathew Blackburn
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Attorney
Robinson and Henry P.C.
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Partner
BMB Law, LLC
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Owner
Law Office of D. Mathew Blackburn
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Education
University of Denver
LL.M. (2014) | Tax
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Activities: Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
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Valparaiso University
J.D. (2011) | Law
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Activities: Civil Clinic, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Site Coordinator
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Mississippi State University
B.B.A. (2007) | Management, Accounting, and Business Law
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Awards
Person of the year
Time
Professional Associations
Colorado Bar Association
Member
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Coalbed Methane Property Rights
Indiana Farm Bureau
Speaking Engagements
Colorado Dissolution Basics, Second Saturday Divorce Workshop, Parker, CO
Second Saturday Divorce Workshop
Colorado Fiduciary Access Act, Lone Tree
Colorado Professionals Network
Certifications
Lead Counsel Certified Business, Family, & Tax Law
Lead Counsel
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
453 Questions Answered
Q. We paid a company 30k to build an online business. After two years, the company filed for chapter 7. Can we do anything?
A: You would have to reduce the cause of action to a judgement by filing a lawsuit and going through that process. This process will depend on the language in any contracts executed or if there was no contract the state procedural and conflict of law rules. Once you have a judgement you would file a proof of claim in the Texas bankruptcy case. That would allow you to receive an allocable portion of any payment made to unsecured creditors.
Q. Can I sue an auto dealership for charging taxes that don't apply to me and not refunding the money ?
A: You can file a suit but your chance of success is very low. You'd be better off submitting a request for refund with the tax agency.
Q. Any law in Colorado to stop an LLC from dissolving to avoid paying a judgement then turn around and start a new like LLC
A: In that scenarios there's a few different approaches to pursue the owners and the new entity. First LLC owners can be responsible for judgements against the LLC for amounts distributed form the LLC for a period of three years prior to dissolution. Second, this would likely be considered a fraudulent transfer. Both create liability for the owner/s individually, which is counter to the purpose of having an LLC in the first place. It's always a bad idea, but people do it.
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