If you were charged with domestic violence in Colorado, there are immediate steps you’ll need to take – including hiring an attorney – so that you can hopefully reduce your charges, or have them dropped altogether.
The holidays are here and it’s time to spend time with friends and family. However, with the holidays, at times comes financial hardship, alcohol consumption and family tension. It is well known that the holidays can be extremely stressful and demanding especially during a worldwide pandemic thanks to COVID-19. Some tips to managing this stress […]
Life across the world has been disrupted, thanks to the coronavirus. Rather than leave for work and school every morning, people are ordered to quarantine at home in order to cut down spreading the coronavirus. With people staying in close quarters near each other for the foreseeable future, domestic violence accusations are set to increase. […]
Due to the Coronavirus, unprecedented Stay at Home Orders issued by Governor Polis, and the closure of all “Non-Essential” Businesses the Colorado Courts are anticipating an increase in Domestic Violence related cases in the coming months. Tension builds when the uncertainty of health and finances weigh on individuals who are under order to stay at […]