You Can’t Take It with You: Transferring Cryptocurrency After Death

Currently making the rounds in the financial world is a story about a Colorado man who died suddenly this year, leaving behind a Bitcoin investment worth a small fortune. The problem: his family didn’t know about the account until after his death and had no idea how to access the funds. Unexpected deaths, especially intestate ones, often…

When HOAs Behave Badly

Among the most common real estate problems faced by homeowners is conflict with a Homeowners Association. The stereotypes about HOAs are familiar to everyone: micromanaging, pettiness, unreasonable demands, tyrannical Christmas decoration policies. However, most legal troubles faced by homeowners going against their HOA have less to do with inflatable Santas installed on rooftops and more…

Big Rigs = Big Worries: The Driverless Truck Problem

In April, we talked about the legal ramifications of the burgeoning automated vehicle industry. With more and more driverless cars on the road, the debate is raging as to what regulations should be enacted to keep roads safe for everyone. In September, the Senate Commerce Committee confronted a specific concern: how to regulate driverless trucks. Read…

Divorce

Dissolution of a marriage occurs when a marriage is legally terminated. In a divorce proceeding, a judge will create an order regarding many issues, including custody, parenting time, legal decision making, child support, and an equitable division of the parties’ community assets and debts. The dissolution of domestic relationship is a complex matter that requires experience…

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