Craig Franklin Chambers, Attorney at Law

The Littleton Lawyer's Law Blog

March 25, 2018
FIVE WORST THINGS YOU CAN DO IN A DIVORCE

Family Law/Divorce Law Blog, Vol 1.7 March 25, 2018 by Craig Franklin Chambers, Esquire The Littleton Lawyer As a divorce, marital and family law attorney, practicing in Littleton, South Jeffco, Ken Caryl, Denver, Highlands Ranch, and the surrounding areas, I have some tips that will prevent you from doing the five worst things you can […]

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February 19, 2017
What to Do When a Separating Unmarried Couple Owns a Home

Family Law/Divorce Law Blog, Vol 1. 6 February 19, 2017 by Craig Franklin Chambers, Esquire The Littleton Lawyer As a Divorce, Marital,  and Family Law attorney,  practicing in Lakewood, South Jeffco,  Littleton, Ken Caryl, Roxborough, Denver, Highlands Ranch and the surrounding areas, I run into unmarried couples who jointly own a home or other real […]

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February 19, 2017
3 Things to Know About a Partition Action

Real Estate Law Blog, Vol.1.80 February 19, 2017 by Craig Franklin Chambers, Esquire The Littleton Lawyer As a real estate lawyer practicing  in  Littleton, Roxborough, Ken Caryl, Highlands Ranch, Denver and the surrounding areas, I am often retained to do a partition action. A partition  action – which is made pursuant to C.R.S.  38-28-101 (and […]

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January 14, 2017
Three Problems with Roof and Furnace Certifications

Real Estate Law Blog(Vol I.79) by Craig Franklin Chambers, Esq. The Littleton Lawyer. January 14, 2017 In my role as a real estate  attorney in Littleton, South Jeffco, Roxboough Park, Ken Caryl , Denver, Highlands Ranch,  and the surrounding areas, there are 3 reasons to be concerned with roof and furnace "certifications." If there is doubt […]

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January 14, 2017
How Long Will My Colorado Divorce Take?

Family Law Blog (Vol I.5)  by Craig Franklin Chambers, Esq. The Littleton Lawyer. January 14, 2017 As a marital law, family law and divorce lawyer practicing in Littleton, South Jeffco, Denver, Highlands Ranch, and the surrounding areas, this question often arises:  How long will my divorce take? The answer: it depends. Under Colorado law, there is a […]

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