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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Love is Blind- Make Sure You Wear Glasses

Make sure all they want to steal is your heart...

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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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Cyber Monday, Black Friday - Good Deals?

Shop "smart" this holiday season.  Scammers are watching for you...

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Let's Face(book) it.

Think before you "Like."  Hackers are waiting to steal your personal information...

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Social Media Provisions in Marital Agreements

A new trend in marital agreements involves the use of social media during the marriage. Couples are considering the inclusion of a provision which describes acceptable use of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other on-line social websites, and penalties for unauthorized use. For example, a couple might state that neither will post any pictures which include nudity or could be detrimental to a professional career. Ann-Margaret Carrozza, a New York state attorney, says it is only recently she has seen these kinds of clauses, but reports 1/3 of her clients now want to include such a provision. A violation of such a clause often comes with a monetary penalty for the offending spouse. Although we here at Wade Ash have yet to hear such a request, we feel certain it's coming soon. For more on this trend, see Social Media.

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