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Goff & Goff Secures Dismissal of Restraining Order Violation Case

Parties to family law cases will sometimes attempt to obtain and use restraining orders to gain an edge in custody disputes. We will not allow our clients to be disadvantaged by such tactics. On January 13, 2014, our meticulous preparation led to the Denver District Attorney's Office voluntarily dismissing a restraining order violation Complaint against one of our family law clients rather than face a probable loss at trial.

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Goff & Goff Wins Bankruptcy Non-Dischargeability Case

Our experienced bankruptcy litigators defended our clients who were accused of providing false financial information to an Arizona Bank. The case was tried to the Honorable Michael E. Romero. Judgment for the defendants. Country v. King, United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado, Adv. Proc. No. 12-1248.

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Be Wary of Guaranteeing Commercial Leases

Liability on Commercial Leases can be Significant

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Colorado Maintenance Law to Change in 2014

Colorado is enacting a maintenance statute that follows a formula both for duration of maintenance and amount beginning in 2014.

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Experimental drug offers hope to victims of spinal cord injuries

Spinal cord injuries are among some of the most catastrophic injuries that there are. Any damage to the spinal cord, which is the body's neurologic connection to the brain, can affect the urinary, respirator, gastrointestinal and muscular systems. In addition to the body, spinal cord injuries can significantly affect the pocketbook. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the average annual cost to treat a spinal cord injury is $30,000.

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Colorado Drugged- Driving Bill’s Greatest Challenge is Cost!

According to the most recent study available on drug use in the United States, in 2007, Colorado ranked as one of the top states for reported drug use. The state also has some of the most lenient drug-possession punishments. For example, the sentence for a conviction for possession of one ounce of marijuana is punishable by up to a $100 fine.

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Colorado Tire Chain Laws Keep Drivers Safe During Winter

Interstate commercial drivers must be cognizant of the traffic laws that vary from state to state that are in place to keep the roadways save for all drivers. A prime example is the Colorado "Chain Law." Commercial drivers on certain stretches of state and federal highways in Colorado are required to have adequate snow and ice traction equipment on board from September 1 through May 31. The law was passed in 1996 in an effort to increase safety during those months when unexpected heavy snowfall is most likely to occur.

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Roof Strength and Rollover Accidents

Every year more than 10,000 people die or are severely injured as a result of rollover crashes. A rollover occurs when a vehicle tips onto its side or roof at any point during a crash. Accidents resulting in a rollover occur less than 3 percent of the time, but unfortunately represent more than a third of vehicle-related fatalities.

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