Frequently Asked Questions
The Colorado Springs office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except for major holidays.
We have two offices that service the front range.
(Our office in Lone Tree is located in the Office Evolution Building next to Panera Bread at the corner of Park Meadows Drive and Yosemite. As you walk into the atrium area of Panera Bread you will see a set of glass doors on your left. Enter these doors and the receptionist will direct you.
The same phone number services both locations (719) 575-9690
We do not give legal advice over the phone. Please call (719) 575-9690 for a FREE initial consult with an attorney. If you have a general legal question, there are free resources available to you through the El Paso County Bar Association website (www.elpasocountybar.org), or the Colorado Bar Association website (www.cobar.org) under “For the Public”.
Both the El Paso County Bar and Colorado State Bar offer attorney referral services. Visit www.elpasocountybar.org or http://www.cobar.org/directory/ to search registered attorneys. If you are in El Paso County, you can also call (719) 636-1532.
Fees and costs for legal services vary greatly. During your FREE initial consult, the attorney will give you a quote for the cost of legal services to be performed. It is best to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your issue with the attorney in person. This gives the attorney the opportunity to accommodate your specific needs. We are also network attorneys for HYATT, ARAG Legal Plans, and Workplace Benefits. If you are a member of one of these plans through your employer, our and WorkPlace Benefits Plans. Legal services provided under these plans may be covered in full or in part. Please contact your Legal Plan provider for further information.
Estate Planning Consultations are 1 – 1 1/2 hours. Bankruptcy, Business, Real Estate and all other consultation appointments are between 30 mins. - 1 hr.
Estate Planning clients need to bring their completed Estate Planning worksheet which will emailed or sent to you when you schedule your initial appointment. You should also bring any estate planning documents you have such as existing Trusts, Wills or Power of Attorneys.
Clients interested in discussing probate matters (handling the estate of a deceased), should bring a death certificate, copies of the deceased person’s trust or will, documentation or information regarding the deceased person’s assets and liabilities, and a complete list of the names and addresses of the heirs, or beneficiaries.
Bankruptcy clients need to bring their completed questionnaire which will be emailed upon scheduling an initial appointment. You are welcome to bring any other documents you have that you think may be relevant.
All other clients should bring whatever documents they have that may be relevant to their situation.