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Licensed in all Colorado and Federal courts
Locations in Evergreen and Lakewood or I will meet you somewhere convenient. Always a free consultation.
- Real Estate Law
- Tax Law
I will quote you a flat fee whenever possible
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Federal Circuit
- US Tax Court
- Lewis & Clark Law School
- University of Colorado - Denver
- B.A. (1976)
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69 Questions Answered
- Q. In Colorado,can we be forced to sell our home if there's a judgement lien from Credit Card debt ($22,000) on the home?
- A: You may be able to avoid this lien in a bankruptcy. Since your husband is over 60, the home is entitled to a $105,000 homestead exemption. If your equity does not exceed this amount, a bankruptcy would allow you to keep the home and lose the lien. There may be other factors involved, so check with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
- Q. My ex-wife was on my deed under her maiden name but filed a quitclaim deed under her married name. Do I need to amend?
- A: You may need a quiet title action, but I would try something else first. See if the title company will accept a certified copy of the divorce decree showing the name change. Alternatively, you might file a CRCP Rule 70 motion to ask the court to execute the correction deed in her name.
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