How much will my case cost?
Bovino & Associates bills clients monthly, including charges for legal services and reimbursement for all costs and expenses paid by Bovino & Associates. We also accept various forms of alternative fee arrangements, including contingency or flat fee.
What if your firm cannot represent me?
Bovino & Associates has special strategic alliances with several blue-chip law firms. We often partner with co-counsel to best meet the needs of our clients.
Do you take cases outside of Colorado?
We have attorneys within our network who practice in several states and jurisdictions, including Colorado, California, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, District of Columbia, and Missouri. Additionally, we work with co-counsel throughout the United States.
What are the alternatives to litigation?
Bovino & Associates has experience with alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration.
What types of commercial real estate clients do you represent?
Our real estate finance lawyers represent lenders, institutional lenders, other capital providers and borrowers in connection with construction loans, bridge loans, term loans, permanent loans, revolving lines of credit, and other credit arrangements secured by real estate. Financings encompass whole loan originations, structured finance, CMBS, mezzanine debt, loan participations, and preferred equity. We are equally adept at assisting borrowers, thereby giving us the experience to understand and navigate complexities inherent in both sides of a deal. We also counsel developers, REITs, and other institutional landowners through acquisitions and sales, construction and permanent financing, joint ventures, leasing, syndication and sale-leaseback transactions, as well as development, construction and real estate management. We also represent clients with all aspects of retail leasing for both the landlord and the retail tenant.
Do you deal with intellectual property?
Yes. Our intellectual property attorneys help our clients protect their trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights, and patentable discoveries from infringement in the marketplace.
Do I need to consult an attorney if I am getting divorced?
Yes. It is always in your best interest to consult with an attorney to help protect your rights, and that of any offspring you may have. Bovino & Associates’ family law attorneys are highly experienced with the dissolution of marriage (including common law marriage), Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, Annulments/declaration of invalidity, Contested or uncontested divorces/separation, Division of assets and liabilities, Spousal maintenance, Parenting, Adoption, Child custody or support and modification, child relocation, and paternity.
What is involved in an Estate Plan and why is it needed?
Bovino & Associates has extensive experience representing high net worth individuals in connection with all aspects of estate planning. Bovino & Associates emphasizes personal attention to specially tailored estate plans which consider financial, taxation, and personal matters. We do this by assisting families in developing estate plans that protect assets and ensure orderly distribution while minimizing estate tax consequences. This includes attention to issues related to estate and gift tax planning, the disposition of assets and transfer of wealth at death, and the management and preservation of assets in the event of incapacity. We emphasize working cooperatively with the client’s existing team of other professionals including accountants, life insurance representatives, financial planners, and investment advisors to achieve the client’s objectives. Our team of attorneys is experienced in guiding and supporting executors and trustees, both individual and corporate, through the administration process. We also have assisted beneficiaries in contesting a will/trust and certain actions of executors and trustees through accountings and inventories. We believe that outline your intentions through a well-thought-out estate plan helps alleviate the stress and potential conflicts that can sometimes occur with the public, court-lead probate process.