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ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW

Mandatory and Permissive Withdrawal of Legal Representation A lawyer must withdraw from representation if any of three circumstances exist. First, if the representation will result in violation of the RPC. Second, if the lawyer's physical or mental condition materially impairs the lawyer's ability to represent the client. Third, if the client discharges the lawyer. Colo. RPC 1.16(a).

CONSTRUCTION LAW - JOINT PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS

GETTING TO YES WHEN YOU WANT TO SAY NO - JOINT PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS IN CONSTRUCTION

Whether selling materials, renting equipment, or providing labor, consider whether your customer has the financial ability to pay without funds from the project. Perhaps, establish a "joint payment" arrangement with either the owner or general contractor when you want to say "no" to the customer, but "yes" to the project. Beware, however, of some pitfalls.