What Can You Do if Your Tenant Breaks the Law?

Filed Under (Eviction) on 04-02-2014

Notice to Quit, Notice of Eviction, Court Forms, Eviction Forms Substantial Violation of Colorado Lease Agreement

If your tenant has broken a law or committed a violent act on or near the leased property, a Demand for Compliance or Possession is not required. Rather, a Notice to Quit, similar to the form used for a repeat violation of lease is required. Colorado law states that it is an implied term of […]

Find the Right Legal Words and Phrases in Spanish and English

Filed Under (Bradford Publishing News & Updates) on 03-05-2014

Online dictionary, spanish to english dictionary, spanish english dictionary, english spanish dictionary, translate spanish to english

We’re thrilled to announce the release of another excellent legal resource! Our new Legal Translation and Court Interpreting Dictionary: English|Spanish is not an ordinary bilingual dictionary. This dictionary is full of legal terminology used in courtrooms and legal documents in the U.S.A. and Latin America.  Author, Sean Stromberg, brings 25 years of court interpreting experience to […]

Understanding the 2014 Colorado Real Estate Contracts

Filed Under (Bradford Publishing News & Updates, Real Estate) on 02-20-2014

real estate documents, real estate forms

We’re excited to announce the recent release of the new electronic book, “Levine’s Bible for 2014 Colorado Real Estate Contracts”! This book is a comprehensive reference book and study guide. Every line item in the Residential Sales Contract is discussed in detail; with historical notes, legal and statutory reference, and comparisons to the other sales […]

Evaluating Your Estate

Filed Under (Wills and Estates) on 02-05-2014

writing a will, will forms, plan that will, making a will Property Ownership

If you’re in the process of evaluating your estate it is important to know the ways you can own property. When you are creating your asset list, it will be very helpful to your family to state how the property is owned and save them the leg work. There are two types of property: real […]

Filing a Small Claims Case in Colorado

Filed Under (Small Claims) on 01-23-2014

How to file small claims, file a small claims suit, small claims forms What to file—Form Guidance

If you have determined your case is suitable for small claims court and you’re within the statute of limitations, it’s time to do the necessary paperwork. The form to be filled out and filed is called “Notice Claim and Summons to Appear for Trial, also known as the “complaint.” (Form # JDF250) This is a 4 […]

5 Ways “Business Contracts—A Guide for Lawyers and Business Owners” Can Help You

Filed Under (Bradford Publishing News & Updates, Business, Starting a Business) on 01-09-2014

Contract template, Sample contract, How to write a contract

“Business Contracts—A Guide for Lawyers and Business Owners” is an important resource for business owners and attorneys navigating today’s increasingly complex business environment. The new edition has been revised and is up-to-date with the latest business law legislation. This book covers a wide range of business topics  and provides tools needed to prepare documents used in the formation and […]

What is Medicare? What is Medicaid?

Filed Under (Probate) on 12-12-2013

Medicare Eligibility, Medicaid Eligibility

People are often confused by the similarity of the names of these two government programs.  Both Medicare and Medicaid are Government programs that pay hospital, doctor and other provider costs on behalf of qualified individuals.  Beyond that general similarity, however, they are fundamentally different. Medicare is a federal program that provides medical and hospital insurance […]

Colorado Divorce: IRS Maintenance Rules

Filed Under (Divorce and Legal Separation) on 12-05-2013

Alimony, Tax Rules, Divorce Forms

If you are doing your own divorce or legal separation agreement and you are planning for maintenance payments to one spouse, make sure that your agreement meets IRS requirements so that the payments will be deductible by the payor. The rules about what is, and what is not permanent maintenance (alimony in IRS language) have […]

Bradford Publishing Launches Colorado-Only Attorney Directory

Filed Under (Bradford Publishing News & Updates, Business, Child Support, Custody and Visitation, Colorado Deeds, Divorce and Legal Separation, Domestic Partnership, Employment Law, Eviction, Leases and Landlord Tenant, Mechanics Liens, Medical Marijuana, Probate, Real Estate, Wills and Estates) on 11-08-2013

Colorado Attorneys, Legal Help, Legal Forms, Legal Guides

We’re excited to announce our new Colorado Attorney Directory! On November 1st we launched an online directory to link Colorado consumers with Colorado attorneys. Bradford has offered information, products and services for Colorado attorneys, businesses and consumers for more than 100 years.  With changing technology, most of our products and services have moved online to […]

Buying Foreclosure Properties in Colorado

Filed Under (Foreclosure, Real Estate) on 10-24-2013

Foreclosure listings, Foreclosure Homes, Foreclosure Process

A borrower signs a deed of trust when a loan is made to buy a house, and the deed of trust gives the lender a security interest in the property being purchased with the loan funds. If the borrower fails to make payments or otherwise fails to perform the obligations under the promissory note, the […]