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  • Colorado Courts at a Glance

    Provides an overview of Colorado's state courts and the justice system in order to help you better understand how the courts function and what rights you have in the courts. Content Detail

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    State of Colorado Judicial Branch
  • Conservatorship of Adults

    A court recently has appointed you as conservator for another person. What does this mean? What are your responsibilities? What are potential liabilities? This chapter of the CBA's Senior Law Handbook will help you learn more. Click on 25 - Conservatorship of Adults. Content Detail

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    Colorado Bar Association - Senior Law Handbook
  • Conservatorship Resources

    This is a list of resources for individuals who have been appointed a conservator, or who are looking for more information about conservatorship. Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
  • Probate Forms - Colorado Courts

    Forms for probate issues such as estate, mental health, guardianships and conservatorships. Content Detail

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    State of Colorado Judicial Branch
  • What is Guardianship and Conservatorship?

    This training will explain a few things about Guardianship or Conservatorship. This training includes audio, so make sure you have working speakers on your computer. Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
  • Court Fees

    Filing fees and costs in Colorado state courts. Content Detail

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    State of Colorado Judicial Branch
  • Information for People with Disabilities

    This page features several resources for people with disabilities, including information about appeals, fair housing, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and information about finding advocates in your area. Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
  • Power of Attorney: Definitions and Common Questions

    This training explains things about the Power of Attorney form, and answers some common questions you may have about the process. The training includes sound, so be sure to turn on your computer speakers. (April 2017 - review in progress.) Read More

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    Colorado Legal Services
  • Guardianship

    In Colorado, the court can appoint a guardian for either a minor or an adult who is deemed incapacitated. Learn more about the appointment and responsibilities of a guardian in this chapter of the Senior Law Handbook - go to 26 on the webpage (a joint project of the Elder Law and Trust and Estate Sections of the Colorado Bar Association). Content Detail

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    Colorado Bar Association - Senior Law Handbook
  • Guardianship Alliance of Colorado

    The Guardianship Alliance of Colorado provides information, instruction, and guidance about guardianship of adults in Colorado. Content Detail

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    The Guardianship Alliance of Colorado
  • Office of Dispute Resolution

    If you have a legal dispute, the Office of Dispute Resolution (ODR) may be able to help. This link will take you to their homepage. The ODR exists to establish and make available dispute resolution programs and services within the Colorado Judicial Branch. Content Detail

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    Colorado Judicial Branch
  • Representing Yourself in Court

    An introduction for people who are appearing in court without an attorney. Content Detail

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    Colorado Judicial Branch - Pro Se and Customer Service Committees
  • Talk with a Lawyer on Law Line 9

    An advice line providing brief direction on legal problems. Read More

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    Channel 9 News in Denver, Colorado
  • What to do when someone dies: Responsibilities of the Personal Representative and Trustee Under Probate

    Dealing with the loss of a loved one is difficult. The goal of this chapter in the CBA Senior Law Handbook is to provide you with some important information that may hopefully make the days and weeks after the passing a little easier. Content Detail

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    Colorado Bar Association - Senior Law Handbook
  • You, as a Conservator

    This presentation covers the following information about Conservatorship: 1. What does it mean? 2. Stages of a Conservatorship 3. Steps to Becoming a Conservator including a Timeline 4. How to End a Conservatorship Content Detail

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    Civic and Community Affairs, a joint committee of the Elder Law and Trust and Estates Sections of the CBA