Starting a new business can be both exciting and intimidating. Knowing what type of entity to create that best fits your business needs and goals is just the first step. What about tax implications? What about the terms of a commercial lease? What about contracts?
Good news! You don't have to do it alone. In fact, you shouldn't do it without professional legal guidance. When you start a business, you put so much into it . . . so the last thing you want to do is put that all at risk.
You work hard your entire life and have assets to show for it. Do you want the state to determine who gets what of your property when you're gone? Probably not.
At the very least, a will and a living trust can provide you with the peace of mind of knowing what will happen to your assets and simplify things for those you leave behind.
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits places of public accommodation from discriminating against persons with disabilities. Decades later, countless Colorado businesses and facilities are still non-compliant. And sadly, compliance enforcement is understaffed and to the detriment of millions of disabled people.
Fortunately, Colorado law allows for monetary damages in some cases, as well as attorneys fees to the prevailing party. If you have been restricted from equal access to a place open to the public and would like that corrected, we'd love to talk with you. You can help stop these discriminatory practices and/or apathetic attitudes and efforts toward compliance. Click here.