Who I Am
The Law Office of Aiden H. Kramer was founded in 2013 by me, Aiden H. Kramer. I was born and raised in San Diego, California and lived there until 2007 when I decided to relocate to Colorado. I majored in Finance at the Metropolitan State College of Denver, where I took a course in estate planning and realized that (surprise) I loved it! I worked in accounting for a few years after graduating before deciding to pursue my love of estate planning. I did my first year of law school at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho (ever heard of it? Ya, neither had I.) then transferred to the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where I got my Juris Doctorate in 2013.
I live in beautiful Denver, Colorado with my dog, Rocky, my cat, Meowzers, and the occassional pack of tiny adorable foster kittens. I love to ski, though I am not very good at it. I also love to do yoga, and I am pretty good at that if I do say so, myself. I am passionate about animal welfare and am an active foster parent and volunteer with a number of animal shelters throughout Colorado.
I love meeting with potential clients just to discuss what I do and educate them about the areas of estate planning and business law. So if you have any questions or simply want to learn more about what I do, please feel free to email or give me a call!
The Virtual Law Office
What is a Virtual Law Office?
A Virtual Law Office allows you to communicate with me quickly and securely 24/7 regardless of where you are physically located. Once you register to use the Virtual Law Office, you will have your own secure, private Client Portal from which you can interact with me to obtain the legal services you need. You will be able to check the status of your legal matter, ask questions and send messages to me, and upload or view important documents.
How can I get in touch with you to discuss my legal matter?
There are three ways to contact me:
1. You can register for the Virtual Law Office. Through use of the Virtual Law Office, we can be in constant communication through your Client Portal, email, and on the phone. You will always be able to check the status of your legal matter online, as well as open a new matter and receive legal services when you need them, 24/7.
The Virtual Law Office makes it easy for you to:
- Request or purchase a legal service,
- Send me important documents or review documents I have sent to you,
- Check the status of your matter,
- Ask questions,
- View and pay your invoice.
You will get an alert every time your file is updated, letting you know whenever there is progress on your legal matter.
2. You can send me an email to request a consultation or ask a question. Emails can be sent to Aiden@AidenKramerLaw.com. I try to answer all emails by the next business day.
3. And lastly, you can always give me a call. My phone number is (720) 379-3425.
How do I get started working with you?
Many clients will first connect with me via telephone or email. We can schedule a consultation where I can learn more about you and your situation, discuss your specific legal needs, and answer any questions you may have about pricing and how the Virtual Law Office works.
The next step after you decide to become a client is to register for the Virtual Law Office. I will then send you an engagement letter, an intake form, and an invoice via the Virtual Law Office.
Do you only work with clients through the Virtual Law Office?
No! Though many clients find it is most convenient and preferable to work with me through the Virtual Law Office, I also love working with clients in the traditional sense; if you are located in the greater Denver area we can meet in person to discuss your legal matter.
I’m worried about exchanging documents online. How do you keep my documents safe?
The Virtual Law Office software uses a level of security comparable to what online banks and government agencies use. Only you can access your private and secure Client Portal. Unlike email, which is generally unencrypted, our communications are completely secure, using the highest industry standards of secure HTTP.
Your documents are backed up on secure servers, which automatically make copies kept in multiple locations. This significantly minimizes the risk of data loss when compared to conventional computer backup systems.
How much do you charge and how do I pay you?
My fees will vary depending on your situation and needs. However, the majority of my services can be provided on a fixed-fee basis. You will always know what your costs will be before I begin the work and I will always inform you ahead of time if there is ever additional work that would trigger an increase in fees. In some situations, however, a fixed fee is just not very plausible. In those cases I work at my hourly rate of $200.00. Click here to find out more about my fees and flat fee packages.
The easiest way for you to pay is through your Client Portal on the Virtual Law Office. You can also pay by check sent to my office.
How do I know if you can accept my legal matter?
I am currently licensed to practice law in Colorado. For intellectual property matters, such as trademark and copyright, I can work with clients all over the country because those are federal law issues.
If you are unsure whether I can work with you, please contact me to find out. If I can’t handle your matter, I will try to refer you to another attorney who can.
What Can I Do For You?
My office is located in Denver, Colorado, but I work with clients throughout Colorado via my Virtual Law Office. The Virtual Law Office allows me to meet with clients through email, messaging, and even Skype, giving me the flexibility to work with clients throughout the state of Colorado.
Whether you need transactional business services for your start-up or small business or would like to discuss estate planning for your growing family, I can provide personalized, professional, and affordable legal services. I invite you to visit my blog and view my video blog series All Up In Yo’ Business to learn more about me and the services that I provide. When you choose to work with me, you can rest assured that you are choosing a dedicated attorney who will work collaboratively with you to achieve your goals.