Articles

Back to the Future: How the Legalization of Marijuana Echoes the Prohibition Era
Herbert E. Tucker, 44 The Colorado Lawyer 87 (November 2015).

The 2013 Revised Colorado Dead Man’s Statute
Herbert E. Tucker and Marc C. Darling, 42 The Colorado Lawyer 45 (September 2013).

Tortious Interference with Inheritance
Herbert E. Tucker and Gregory B. Washington, 42 The Colorado Lawyer 59 (May 2013).

Lights, Camera, Action – Video Will Executions
Herbert E. Tucker, 42 The Colorado Lawyer 45 (January 2013).

Is Asset Protection Becoming Fertile Ground for Attorney Liability?
Herbert E. Tucker, Colorado Bar Association Trust & Estate Section Council Notes (September 2010).

Compensating Relatives for Caregiving Services
Herbert E. Tucker, Colorado Bar Association Trust & Estate Section Council Notes (December 2009).

Disposition of Last Remains, A Case Discussion
Spencer J. Crona, Colorado Bar Association Trust & Estate Section Council Notes (Winter 2008).

The Testamentary Exception to the Attorney-Client and Doctor-Patient Privileges
Herbert E. Tucker, Spencer J. Crona, Clara L. Brown, 36 The Colorado Lawyer 87 (July 2007).

Dead Men Don't Lie: Applicability of the State of Mind Hearsay Exception In Probate Litigation
Herbert E. Tucker and Michelle R. Mieras, Colorado Bar Association Trust & Estate Section Council Notes (March 2007).

The Uniform Transfers to Minors Act: Extending the Period of Protection
James R. Wade, 35 The Colorado Lawyer 27 (January 2006).

Fiduciaries Beware: Your Secrets Might Not Be Safe
Herbert E. Tucker and Michelle R. Mieras, Colorado Bar Association Trust & Estate Section Council Notes (December 2004).

Will Preparation for Individuals Lacking Testamentary Capacity
Herbert E. Tucker, Martha L. Ridgway, Spencer J. Crona, 33 The Colorado Lawyer 93 (August 2004).

Can a Will be Prepared for Someone Who Lacks Testamentary Capacity
Herbert E. Tucker, Martha L. Ridgway, Spencer J. Crona, Colorado Bar Association Trust & Estate Section Council Notes (March 2004).

Holographic and Nonconforming Wills: Dispensing With Formalities Part I
Herbert E. Tucker, David M. Swank, Thomas G. Hill, 31 The Colorado Lawyer 57 (December 2002). Cited by the Colorado Court of Appeals in Estate of Wiltfong, 143 P.3d 465 (Colo.App. 2006).

Holographic and Nonconforming Wills: Dispensing with Formalities-Part II
Herbert E. Tucker, David M. Swank, Thomas G. Hill, 32 The Colorado Lawyer 53 (January 2003). Cited by the Colorado Court of Appeals in Estate of Wiltfong, 143 P.3d 465 (Colo.App 2006).

The New Colorado Dead Man's Statute
Herbert E. Tucker, Marc Darling, and James W. Hill, 31 The Colorado Lawyer 119 (July 2002). Cited by the Colorado Court of Appeals in Glover v. Innis, 252 P.3d 1204 (Colo.App. 2011 ).

Introduction to Colorado's New Principal and Income Act
James R. Wade, 30 The Colorado Lawyer 55 (March 2001).

Colorado Dead Man's Statute: Time for Repeal or Reform?
Herbert E. Tucker, 29 The Colorado Lawyer 45 (January 2000). Cited by Colorado Supreme Court in Estate of Breeden, 992 P.1167, January 18,2000 and Glover v. Innis, 252 P.3d 1204 (Colo.App. 2011).

Highlights of the Uniform Probate Code, Article II
Bob Steenrod, 23 The Colorado Lawyer 10 (October 1994).


Presentations

Contested Wills
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (September 11, 2015).

Wade/Parks: Colorado Law of Wills, Trusts and Fiduciary Administration – Colorado Dead Man’s Statute
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (July 17, 2015).

Navigating With a Broken Moral Compass: Pushing the Ethical and Moral Boundaries in Will and Trust Provisions
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Lecturer at Estate Planning Retreat, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Steamboat Springs, Colorado (June 12, 13, and 14, 2014).

Common Law Marriage in Today’s Changing World
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Women’s Bar Association Convention, sponsored by the Women’s Bar Association, Denver, Colorado (May 17, 2014).

Colorado Dead Man’s Statute
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Probate Litigation Practicum, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (April 4, 2014).

How To Defend and Attack Expert Witnesses in Trust and Estate Litigation
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Annual Trust and Estate Fall Update, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (November 2, 2012).

Contested Wills, When Intent is in Dispute
Gregory B. Washington, Chair and Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored
by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (September 21, 2012).

How To Defend and Attack Expert Witnesses in Trust and Estate Litigation
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Lecturer at Estate Planning Retreat, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Breckenridge, Colorado (June 7, 8, and 9, 2012).

Probate Litigation Basics, “Case Formulation and Pleadings”
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (April 27, 2012).

You've Decided It's Broke, Now How are you Going to Fix It?
Gregory B. Washington, Lecturer at Estate Planning Retreat, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Santa Fe, New Mexico (June 18, 2011).

Is Your Hand on the Chopping Block? Avoiding Malpractice
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Annual Trust and Estate Law Update, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (November 5, 2010)

Is Your Hand on the Chopping Block? Avoiding Malpractice
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Lecturer at Estate Planning Retreat, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Vail, Colorado (June 16, 17, and 18, 2010).

Will Contests
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (August 28, 2009).

I Hate to Burst Your Bubble but Your Presumption Disappeared, Presumptions and Inferences Generally and in Probate
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Gregory B. Washington, Lecturers at Estate Planning Retreat, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Snowmass, Colorado (June 11, 12, and 13, 2009).

Dead Man Talking - Testamentary Exception to the Attorney-Client and Doctor-Patient Privilege
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (May 9, 2008).

Everything Probate and Estate Lawyers Need to Know About Common Law Marriage in Colorado
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored by Colorado Bar Association, Denver, Colorado (April 3, 2008).

Common Law Marriage in Probate
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Pikes Peak Chapter of the Estate Planning Council Meeting, Colorado Springs, Colorado (March 18, 2008).

Common Law Marriage
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (February 27, 2008).

Common Law Marriage in Colorado
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Lecturer at Estate Planning Retreat, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Beaver Creek, Colorado (June 14, 15, and 16, 2007).

Testamentary Exceptions to the Attorney-Client Privilege and Doctor-Patient Privilege
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at El Paso County Bar Association Meeting, Colorado Springs, Colorado (April 18, 2007).

Trial of a Will Contest
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Lecturer at Continuing Legal Education Seminar, sponsored
by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Denver, Colorado (September 22, 2006).

Discovery in Will Contests
Herbert E. Tucker, Chair and Lecturer at Estate Planning Retreat, sponsored by Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Vail, Colorado (June 8, 9, and 10, 2006).

Proposed Changes to the Colorado Dead Man’s Statute
Herbert E. Tucker, Lecturer at El Paso County Bar Association Meeting, Colorado Springs, Colorado (May 16, 2006).

Estate Planning Methods for Impending Death
James R. Wade, A presentation to the Boulder Estate Planning Council (February 2003).

Modification, Reformation and Termination of Trusts Under Existing Law and the Anticipated Colorado Trust Code
James R. Wade, A presentation to 2002 Estate Planning Retreat, Steamboat Springs, Colorado (June 2002).

When Emotions and Law Mix, End of Life Issues from Both Perspectives
Kay Kramer Wade and James R. Wade, A presentation to the spring conference of the National Association of Personal Financial Planners, Minneapolis, Minnesota (May 2000).

Common Uses of Private Trusts in the United States
James R. Wade, A presentation to Trust Companies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan (October 1998).