Colorado Probate Blog - Wade Ash Woods Hill & Farley, P.C.

Robert P. Horen attended the University of Colorado (B.A., 1965) and the University of Denver (J.D., 1968). While an undergraduate, he enlisted and received his Second Lieutenant's Commission in the United States Marine Corps Reserve upon graduation. When Mr. Horen was admitted to the Colorado Bar, he received orders to active duty and served...

Robert P. Horen attended the University of Colorado (B.A., 1965) and the University of Denver (J.D., 1968). While an undergraduate, he enlisted and received his Second Lieutenant's Commission in the United States Marine Corps Reserve upon graduation. When Mr. Horen was admitted to the Colorado Bar, he received orders to active duty and served as a Captain for three years as a Judge Advocate General in the Marine Corps. He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Military Appeals, the United States Tax Court, the Federal District Court for the District of Colorado and the Colorado Supreme Court.

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Those picky details . . .

In this age of instant access to information on the Internet, including do-it-yourself estate planning documents, it is important to remember that the devil is in the details. Examples on point: a recent email exchange among estate planning attorneys from around the country describing potentially painful prose:

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A Crook By Any Other Name?

Another name has been added to the wall of infamy of persons who have preyed on the unsuspecting with promises of fabulous investment returns: Frank A. Castaldi, who operated a fraudulent scheme from the 1980's to 2008, costing investors $40 million, and had the appeal of his sentence of 23 years in prison rejected by a Federal Appeals Court on February 24, 2014. He joins many who have chosen to rob Peter to pay Paul, including: Charles Ponzi, 1920's, $20 million, sentenced to 17 years in prison; Bernard Madoff, 1970's > 2008, $18 billion, sentenced to 150 years in prison; and Robert A. Stanford, 1990's > 2009, $7 billion, sentenced to 110 years.

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