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

Unemployment Scams

As a result of Covid-19, there has been a rise in legitimate unemployment insurance claims, yet at the same time, there has been an alarming rise in fraudulent claims...

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12 Days of Scamming

Scammers work throughout the year to understand consumer habits so that they will more easily be able to separate you from your money...

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CyberSecurity Tips For You

Security surrounding all types of cyber connections is getting more and more critial...

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Make Money Online!

Work-at-Home scams are becoming increasingly problematic...

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New California Legislation Protecting At-Risk Adults From Predatorial Care Custodians

A dependent adult is defined as an adult of any age who cannot provide properly for his or her basic needs. This includes difficulty managing finances and/or resisting fraud and undue influence by a trusted party.

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Pay Me My Money Down

"Fraudsters continue to be one step ahead of technology..."

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Phishing Isn't a Sport

Don't take the phishing bait...

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Scammers Are Rotating Around Hurricane Florence

Do your research - know where you are sending your money...

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Scammers Can't Wait for Back-to-School

Keep your college-bound children safe from a scammer's trap...

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What’s So Bad About Donor-Advised Funds?

Last Friday, the New York Times published a very negative article about donor-advised funds (DAFs), calling them a “Philanthropic Loophole” in its headline and quoting a tax professor at the University of Southern California as calling DAFs “a fraud on the American taxpayer.” What, exactly, is a DAF, and are DAFs really so bad?

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Electronic Wills-Dispensing With Pen and Paper (Part I)

Will Requirements

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I'm the Taxman, Yeah, I'm the Taxman

Mitch Morrissey, the Denver District Attorney, recently sent out his Consumer Advisory called, "I'm the Taxman, Yeah, I'm the Taxman".

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There's No Such Thing As a Free Lunch

Mitch Morrissey, the Denver District Attorney, recently shared the attached Consumer Advisory on There's No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

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Mandatory Reporting

Mitch Morrissey, the Denver District Attorney, recently issued this June, 2014 Consumer Advisory regarding Mandatory Reporting of elder abuse.

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Scammers Never Take a Holiday - Keep Your Holidays Happy and Bright - Tips Against ID Theft

Mitch Morrissey, the Denver District Attorney, recently released a Consumer Advisory about the fact that scammers never take a holiday. There are also some helpful tips for protecting against ID theft. For more information, see the Consumer Advisory.

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