2018 Life Lessons Series Recently Melissa Garcia wrote a blog sharing some HOA Life Lessons we should consider for 2018. Those lessons were meant for both reflection and action in our HOA pursuits. Wanting to take this a step further, Altitude Community Law would like to share some other Life Lessons throughout the year, andGo to Article
Category: Business Law
“Life is what happens to you when you’re busy making other plans.” John Lennon Truth. And as we’re starting 2018, I’m here to tell you one thing… go get a life! And by that I don’t mean the manic pursuit for a bigger paycheck, larger house, or faster car. What I mean is reflect onGo to Article
Almost every Association has the one property that the owners have abandoned and that the bank is dragging its feet on to foreclose. What can an association do to try and get the bank to move along the foreclosure process? One solution may be to file a complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”).Go to Article
William “Bill” H. Short has been practicing law in Wyoming since 2006 under special admission rules for various cases. We are expanding our focus to serve Wyoming clients. We are proud to announce that Bill Short has been admitted to practice law in Wyoming. Bill Short will continue to practice here in Denver at ourGo to Article
Last Friday would have been the 6th Annual Community Can-Can. Time flies quickly, but no matter how many years have gone by, Altitude Community Law remains committed in our support of the community, and to the Food Bank of the Rockies specifically.