Category Archives: Case Study

Going to Court without a Will

Through his experience, Lynn Olney works to assure that his clients do not pass on without a will (or intestate).  However, Lynn often assists clients who are left administering an estate for a loved one who did not leave a will to disburse their assets.

This process can be confusing and daunting, but Lynn’s experience will help you avoid costs and taxes and fairly distribute the assets as your loved one …

Bringing on a New Partner to your Business

Bringing on a new partner to your business can bring you business to an entirely new level, but it is frought with uncertainties and risk.

What if there is a disagreement on strategy?  Who has power to direct the business?
What is the new (or existing) owners do not contribute adequately to the business?
What if the new (or existing) owners want to remove cash from the business?
Is there a buyout provision and …

Divorce with Minor and Adult Children

A divorce can be one of the most emotional and private issues that can be handled by an attorney.  The process can be devastating emotionally, especially when children are involved.  Partners who once supported and nurtured one another can be forced in front of a court to resolve, not only financial issues, but child custody, child support and and parental responsibility issues.

Lynn Olney is known for both his compassion at …

Spouse Moving Out of State after Divorce

Our society is more mobile today than anytime in the past.  With the heavy representation of military families in southern Colorado along with the dynamic nature of our business community, it is more likely than ever that one or both former spouse might move out of the immediate area or out of state.

These moves can completely undermine the post-divorce relationship impacting financial arrangements, child visitation and child custody.  Lynn Olney …

Settling an Estate without a Will

The current example case is being updated.

Contact Lynn Olney today to arrange for a free consultation of your probate proceedings.