Sticks and Mortar Blog

Sticks and Mortar, Grounded in the Law blog first made its appearance on our website in September, 2013.  The website can be accessed at   It was an exciting year, since during 2013 we also introduced the new Clio Practice Management software system.  The system allows clients to communicate more efficiently and securely through private client portals. Clients now can  view their invoices on line through the secure portal at any time and pay with their Master or Visa card.  They can also use the unique encrypted portal to view all documents related to their case, 24/7/365.  This has made the law practice more accessible  than ever before. Our offices in Denver offer concierge services, where clients can drop off or pick up documents, and there is free underground parking for clients when they are attending meetings. Now, in 2014,  we have a dedicated site for our Sticks and Mortar blog.  The blog will include articles relevant to Estate Planning Law and will continue to be an integral part of our website also.  So in the coming weeks and months, we invite you to visit us at Sticks and Mortar, for updated blog articles in the areas of Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Contract Law, Business Agreements, Business Succession Planning, Retirement Planning, Probate, and more. We will be posting the archived articles onto this blog as well as new blog posts.     


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About Attorney Barbara Ann Dalvano

Attorney in Denver, Colorado with extensive practice experience in the areas of Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Business Succession Planning, Probate, Contract Law.

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