Everyone deserves a second chance. If you need a fresh start, we can help.
Stop struggling under the weight of debt. Call Bryce R. Lee, Attorney at Law in Grand Junction to get relief from creditors now.
An experienced attorney is a vital part of filing for bankruptcy properly. The process of filing for bankruptcy involves a large amount of paperwork. Not filling out paperwork correctly can complicate and hinder the process of filing bankruptcy. In addition, a knowledgeable attorney can offer invaluable guidance and legal advice.
We will give you an easy checklist of items to collect for the process. Then, we will take care of every detail to make sure all documents are filled out correctly and submitted on schedule.
A bankruptcy attorney can help protect you from making costly mistakes and give you peace of mind.
We are a full representation law firm, meaning we represent you through the entire bankruptcy process. We serve Grand Junction, CO and surrounding areas.
Please contact us if you are interested in pursuing bankruptcy:
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 13
If you would like to schedule a consultation, please call 970.639.0331.
Are you prepared for unexpected events?
The answer to “what will happen” should be left up to YOU, not a court-appointed stranger who has no knowledge of your personal life, loved ones, and desires.
Bryce R. Lee, PLLC provides you peace of mind knowing your affairs are in order. Your spouse and your children will be in good hands, your money and other assets will go exactly where you desire.
With just a little planning, you can have peace of mind.
We can help you determine the plan that’s right for you:
- Revocable living trust
- Irrevocable trust
- Contemporary estate planning for married couples
- Advanced Directive/Living Will
- Beneficiary Deed
- Complex specialized trust
- Life insurance trust
- Charitable trust
- Guardian for Minor Children
- Minor Children’s Trust
- Special Needs Trust
- General Durable Power of Attorney
- Medical Durable Power of Attorney
- Probate, Trust & Estate administration
- Trust disputes
- Formal and informal probate
- Complex estate planning
- Family agreements
- Inheritance issues
- Annual review of your estate plan to assure it is up to date
What age do I need an estate plan?
There is no set age at which you suddenly need an estate plan. We encourage clients of all ages to start thinking about what would happen if they died or became incapacitated. What would happen to your assets, your spouse, and your children? Who would make decisions on your behalf? If you have children, it is absolutely vital to select and appoint a guardian now.
What is an estate plan?
Predicting the future is hard, but we have the experience and tools to make a plan that fits your life and your estate. A basic estate plan consists of not only a will or trust but also include other estate planning tools which provide you with greater control and privacy. It also includes components which focus on you rather than your assets, clarifying how you wish to be cared for and arrangements to make your transition smooth. We put it all in one convenient binder and keep a copy in our records.
Many people find that they simply want to avoid putting their children through lengthy court processes so they will set up their estate plan in such a way as to limit the court’s involvement.
Preparedness and Peace of Mind
We work to get to know your needs and financial circumstances so we can provide you with the best plan for you. We will clarify the difference between a will and a trust and provide you exactly what you need to feel at peace knowing your affairs are in order.
Contact your local Grand Junction, CO attorney today. 970.639.0331
If you have been a resident of Colorado for 90 days, then you can file for divorce or allocation of parental responsibility. Once the Petition for Dissolution is filed, you cannot obtain your Decree of Dissolution until 90 days have passed, however, there are many things to be done in between. Colorado is a no-fault and equitable division of property state and we will take this time to audit your finances, negotiate child custody and division of property, and prepare for trial if it comes to that.
Divorce can be an expensive process, especially if you end up in trial. We do all in our power to resolve the issues of the divorce on your terms while being prepared for trial at the same time.
More than divorce, we have assisted clients in finding solutions to numerous family-related issues:
- Legal Separation
- Child Custody and Modification of Parenting Time
- Grandparent visitation
- Child Support
- Alimony (Maintenance/Spousal Support)
- Adoptions – Kinship and Stepparent
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
- Protection Orders for Domestic Violence
As we always tell clients, despite putting together the best plan, life often gets in the way. It is important to consider the far-ranging implications of any decision and our experience will help you get the results you want, not only in the present, but the future as well.
Protection Orders are on the emergency docket of the court and can often be resolved within weeks. These are not trials for the faint-hearted and require quick-thinking and fast action to track down witnesses and get prepared for surprises in court. I have represented both sides of protection orders, both the individual seeking protection and the restrained and I know what the judge takes into consideration in making his or her decision. I have negotiated numerous settlements that have benefited both parties and prevented the disheartening experience of trial.