Pregnant? It's Time for an Estate Plan!
One of the most important things new parents can do for their new baby is to create an estate plan. If you need a surgery having a POA
Family Law Mediation in a Post-Covid World
Jennifer McDonald explains what clients can expect during a virtual family law mediation in Colorado in a post-COVID word. Our clients are o
Do your children really know what you want when you die? Probably not.
It is important to have a Will or Trust and Power of Attorney documents drafted as part of your estate plan in Colorado.
Do you need a will?
Every adult would benefit from having a will. A will is a gift to your family as it provides them guidance on your wishes after your...
The Law Firm of Jennifer S. McDonald Celebrates One Year Anniversary!
It has been one full year since The Law Firm of Jennifer S. McDonald opened our doors. We practice family law in Colorado including but not
How to Deal with Valentine’s Day When Getting Divorced: A Practical Guide by Guest Writer, Kim West
If you’re getting divorced and struggling to deal with Valentine’s Day, here are 7 practical tips you can arm yourself with to get through i
Splitting retirement accounts and pensions in Colorado divorces
Splitting retirement accounts in a divorce is difficult emotionally, as you may walk away from the divorce with less retirement savings than
Halloween Safety Tips
Halloween is a big deal for families, especially when you have little kids who enjoy dressing up and trick-or-treating. It is also a...
What happens at an Initial Status Conference in a divorce or child custody case?
An Initial Status Conference is the first hearing that you will be set for in your divorce or child custody case in Colorado. It is your...
Race for the Cure! #TeamLegallyPink
The Law Firm Of Jennifer S. McDonald is helping with the Colorado Women's Bar Association's #TeamLegallyPink fundraisers for breast...