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Arnold & Arnold Helps at St. Francis Center

Beginning November 2017, attorneys at Arnold & Arnold began semi-monthly, free  legal consulting at the Denver St. Francis center. The St. Francis Center is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area, providing shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to […]

A&A Across the Finish Line

2015 saw a few new finisher medals hung around the offices at A&A. In May, the men of Arnold & Arnold competed in and completed the Spartan Sprint at Fort Carson, Colorado. It was a fun filled day of barbed wire, mud pits, fire, and rattle snakes. We bled, bruised, and otherwise had a great […]

A&A is proud to announce that Partner Jean Arnold has been invited to serve on the executive council for the Real Estate Section of the Colorado Bar Association. The Real Estate Law Section monitors and reports on judicial, legislative and other developments that affect the practice of real estate law. The goal of the section […]

2016 Client Appreciation Seminar

Come spend the day with the attorneys and paralegals of Arnold & Arnold getting up to date on critical legal issues that affect you, your business and your bottom line. Arnold & Arnold presents this seminar biennially for the benefit of its valued clients, both past and present. This event is offered free of charge […]

Amendment 64 became effective on January 1, 2014, allowing Colorado residents 21 and over to possess up to an ounce, no matter the form, of recreational marijuana for personal use within private residences. Colorado residents can also grow six plants per year for private, non-commercial use. Non-residents may possess up to .25 ounces of recreational […]

Arnold & Arnold is proud to announce its sponsorship of a June benefit concert for world music education. Arnold & Arnold is partnering with Peace Notes, Inc. to put on the recital. Peace Notes is an international charity and registered 501(c)(3) committed to supporting music education in areas of the world ravaged by war and […]

Off to the Races

It may not come as a surprise to many, but the legal field can be competitive. This year several members of the A&A team found outlets for their competitive edge in the pursuit of a finish line. Paralegal Candace Mitchell is also a confirmed runner and easily puts in more miles in any given week […]

This year will mark attorney Jean Arnold’s 30th year presenting the Mechanics Lien Seminar to the construction industry’s credit leaders. The seminar has played an instrumental role over the years in training a generation of credit managers in the intricacies of Colorado mechanics liens and public project claims. Mechanics liens are an indispensable tool for […]

4 Common Taxes Affecting Probate Transfers

1. Ordinary Income Tax: This is the income tax reported annually in tax returns by most working adults. Additionally, a tax return for the decedent’s final year is usually required. For example, if a person dies on August 15, 2014, the Personal Representative will need to file a return by April 15, 2015 for the […]

10 Steps to Reviewing a Construction Contract

Construction contracts can consist of: Contract Agreement (general contract, subcontract, rental contract or Sales Contract); Purchase Order; Terms and Conditions; Proposals or Quotes; and Credit Agreements.  The following are 10 steps in reviewing any of these kinds of agreements: 1. Who are you contracting with? Are you a subcontractor to a general contractor or to […]

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