CCRJ New Partner: Jessica C. Stieber

We are excited to welcome Jessica Stieber as the newest addition to the CCRJ team. Jessica has joined the firm as a partner and brings with her years of experience in civil and business litigation. She specializes in construction and design defect, product and professional liability, subrogation, and general commercial matters. In her free time, […]

Avoiding Probate with a Beneficiary Deed

Is there a way I can transfer property to a loved one and avoid probate?  Yes, there is!  If you own real estate in your sole name (i.e. without a co-owner), you have limited options if you want to pass the property to a beneficiary at your death without the necessity of probate. An easy […]

Do I Have to Go Through Probate If I Have a Will?

Does a Will always have to be probated? The good news is that probate may not be necessary in all cases. Probate and Property Held in Joint Names It is fairly common for individuals to own assets in joint names with their spouses, children, or others. If an asset is owned jointly with “rights of […]

Probate – Are You in for the Long Haul?

Probate has a reputation for lasting, well, FOREVER! But, is this always the case? The answer is that each estate is different and the length of time it takes to probate an estate depends on several factors. Some estates settle or close within a few weeks or a few months, while others can take a […]

Make a Resolution to Plan for Your Future!

Happy New Year! 2019 has arrived – have you made your New Years resolution yet?  Maybe you are planning on finally joining a gym, training for a marathon (but just a 5k to start), or preparing to make a dent in that bucket list of dreams.  Whatever your resolutions may be, at the top of […]

CCRJ New Senior Counsel: Matthew Weeber

CCRJ is happy to announce that Matthew J. Weeber has been promoted to Senior Counsel. Matt’s significant experience in construction defect, premises liability and bodily injury matters have made him an integral part of CCRJ’s civil litigation group since 2016. Please join us in congratulating Matt on his promotion.

Who Is a “Homeowner”?

CCRJ Partner Gregg Rich and Senior Counsel Anne McMichael authored an article in the Construction Claims Fall 2018 magazine titled “Who Is a Homeowner?“ Their article offers an insight into the court’s interpretation of who is protected under Colorado’s Homeowner Protection Act of 2007, C.R.S. § 13-20-806(7). You can access the article via the below […]

CCRJ Supports ALS Association

CCRJ is excited to announce it has teamed up with the ALS Association in the fight against ALS. On October 13, 2018, CCRJ will be sponsoring a table at the 2018 Walk to Defeat ALS at Sloan’s Lake Park. This event will feature a kids’ tent, music and more, so bring the whole family out […]

CCRJ Supports Cancer League of Colorado

CCRJ has teamed up with the Cancer League of Colorado in the fight against cancer. On August 19, 2018, CCRJ will be sponsoring a table at the 22nd Annual Race for Research at Washington Park to benefit the Cancer League of Colorado. There will be pancakes, a beer garden, games/prizes and more! CCRJ is thrilled […]

A Short Summary of the Colorado Construction Defect Action Reform Act

For 17 years, the Construction Defect Action Reform Act (C.R.S. § 13-20-801, et. Seq.) or “CDARA”, has governed how construction defect litigation and arbitration actions are conducted in Colorado.  While portions of this act are reasonably straightforward, several of the sections are subject to ongoing debate as to how these concepts should be applied to achieve […]

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