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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Does Buck Law Bill?

    There are many problems with hourly billing and that's why we use the flat fee model as much as possible. Flat fees create predictability in cost and align incentives, leading to efficiency in completing projects. We believe that value is not created by tracking time, but instead by generating meaningful results through collaboration with our clients and efficiency in our work product. *Be advised that some projects do require us to bill hourly. Contact us for more information.
  • Can I Pay My Legal Fees With A Credit Card?

    Yes! Buck Law uses a third party processing company called Law Pay that allows our clients to securely, and easily pay their invoices with a credit card. When your invoice is due, the invoice will be sent via email directly to your inbox. In that email there will be a link that takes you to a secure page to enter your credit card information. Quick, easy, and secure!
  • How Can I Schedule A Consultation?

    Technology is a foundation on which Buck Law was built. If you would like to schedule a consultation please click the Contact us Today button directly below. You will be redirected to our calendar to schedule a time to discuss your legal issues.

  • Do You Provide Unbundled Legal Services?

    Unbundled Legal Services have made its way into legal practice of the 21st Century and we are here for it. Unbundled Services mean that our clients hire our firm to perform a specific task or to represent them for only a limited process or issue of the matter instead of the entire legal matter. Think, reviewing an agreement, advising on legal rights or court processes or planning for negotiations. Schedule a free consultation today to find out if this option is for you!
  • Do I Need to Legally Form My Business?

    The simple answer is, no, you don't need to form an LLC or a corporation, but a LLC or other business entity provides you with personal liability protection, a more formal business structure, and is essential if you have business partners. There are many factors to consider when deciding to formalize your business - we are happy to have this discussion with you.
  • Do I Need an Estate Plan?

    You do. We understand that anticipating this event is scary and often brings up many uncomfortable emotions. However, the best way to ensure that your wishes will be honored at your death is to provide those instructions while you are still living. Estate planning is for everyone - the young, the elderly, the wealthy and those with modest means. If you don't have a plan, Colorado statues have one for you, and it's probably not what you want. Buck Law provides flat fee pricing for estate plans based upon your particular family and situation. Your family will be thankful that you took a proactive approach to your estate plan.
  • What is Probate?

    Probate is the legal process of administering a deceased individual's estate or transfering title of assets from the decedent to his or her devisees (recipients named in the will) or heirs (recipients named by law). In most cases, wills and intestate estates must be probated, but the degrees of court involvement and complexity range from simple and inexpensive to complicated and costly. The probate process in Colorado is codified by statute making probate less burdensome than other states, but nonetheless requires time and expense to appropriately administer the estate.
  • How Can I Avoid Probate?

    Probate can be avoided through proper planning that is completed during your lifetime. Utilizing a Revocable Living Trust, naming proper beneficiaries on qualified accounts, and owning certain property jointly are devises in which to avoid probate. If avoiding probate is one of your goals in creating an estate plan, schedule a consultation to get started.
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