1. How To Have A Smoother Divorce

    It’s not unheard of to have a rocky divorce. Many couples end up having nasty divorces because of many reasons ranging from money to infidelity. If you have children, it’s always a good idea to have a smoother, simpler, and less painful divorce. Even if you don’t have children, going through a divorce doesn’t have to be difficult and nasty. You don’t have to fight over your assets or cau…Read More

  2. Take These First Steps When You’re Getting Divorced

    People get divorced for many different reasons. From falling out of love to deciding that they want different things, divorce can be a long, difficult, and tiring process. There are the couples that have been together for years and ones that have only been married for a short while. The unfortunate truth is that divorce can happen to anyone. When you’ve decided to get a divorce, you need to go t…Read More

  3. Questions To Ask A Lawyer

    Facing any legal situation can be complicated, to say the least, which is why it’s important to hire a lawyer who is familiar with Colorado law. Even if you’re setting up a business, it’s important to appoint a lawyer who can help you through the paperwork and make sure it’s the right step for you. Colorado law - or law in general - can be complex and to best figure out if your needs are b…Read More

  4. Do You Need A Lawyer If You’re Starting A Business?

    So, you started your own business. Congratulations! You have a hard road ahead of you, but to be able to fulfill your dreams will be worth it all in the end. Whether your started a clothing business, a restaurant, or are selling an item you feel people need, it’s important that you protect your business venture and investments. At Ores Law, when you start a business, we encourage you to hire a l…Read More

  5. What You Need To Know About Civil Disputes

    Civil disputes, you’ve probably heard of them. If you are filing a civil dispute in Colorado and following Colorado law, then there are some basics you need to know. At Ores Law, we understand the importance of our clients knowing about civil disputes and litigation. It is essential to hire an experienced lawyer who is familiar in this field because the attorney you hire needs to pursue the wron…Read More

  6. Warning Signs You’re Headed Toward Divorce

    Divorce can be saddening for everyone involved. You take the time to build a life together and eventually you have to admit it’s not working anymore. Step-by-step you begin to dismantle your life together and learn how to live alone. There is a lot of speculation as to why divorce is higher now than it was 50 years ago. Some of the reasons as to why divorce rates are higher now, range from peopl…Read More

  7. Why You Need To Hire A Lawyer

    When you find yourself on the other side of the law it can be confusing and daunting to know what to do next. Depending on the crime you committed, you can either face the consequences or you can hire a lawyer and get the help you need to come out unscathed - or minimally scathed - on the other side. When you hire a lawyer you have a feasible way to know you’re going to have the help you need. I…Read More

  8. The Difference Between A DUI And DWAI

    As the holiday season approaches, the dangers of drinking and driving are showing more and more. Due to the snow that has fallen recently in the Loveland and Fort Collins, CO, areas the slickness of the roads has increased. It is one thing to drink and drive when the roads are clear, it’s another game altogether to drive on roads that are slick with ice and snow. Protect yourself and the drivers…Read More

  9. Avoid Getting A DUI This Holiday Season

    At Ores Law, we understand that everyone makes mistakes. Sometimes, you get behind the wheel thinking you’re okay, but in reality, you’re a danger to yourself and others. At Ores Law, we specialize in criminal law in Loveland, CO, and the surrounding areas. As a law firm that is familiar with criminal law, we’re able to help you navigate the tricky road of DUIs. However, with some of these t…Read More

  10. The Difference Between Bankruptcy Chapter 7 And 13

    Money makes the world go ‘round, at least that’s what you’re taught as you go through school, higher education, and finally set out to get a begin a job. If you want to live a nice life, you have to make a decent amount of money to achieve the necessities such as shelter, food, and clothing. However, what about all of the other things that cost money? For instance, if you received a college …Read More