Larry Parr

Heirs cry foul, say two Colorado probate lawyers depleted their estates

May 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

By David Olinger The Denver Post Four families with cases in Arapahoe County’s probate court say that two attorneys involved in their estates should have disclosed a real estate investment they made together before charging the estates at least $400,000 in fees. Colorado’s disclosure requirements for attorneys generally do not extend to family members of clients, experts said. But the attorneys’ joint investment concerned the district’s chief judge enough that he issued [- more...]