Colorado Court Rules
Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct Client-lawyer Relationship
As amended through Rule Change 2018(6), effective April 12, 2018
Rule 1.15C. Use of Trust Accounts
(a) A lawyer shall not use any debit card or automated teller machine card to withdraw funds from a trust account. Cash withdrawals from trust accounts and checks drawn on trust accounts payable to "Cash" are prohibited. All trust account funds intended for deposit shall be deposited intact without deductions or "cash out" from the deposit, and the duplicate deposit slip that evidences the deposit shall be sufficiently detailed to identify each item deposited.
(b) All trust account withdrawals and transfers shall be made only by a lawyer admitted to practice law in this state or by a person supervised by such lawyer. Such withdrawals and transfers may be made only by authorized bank or wire transfer or by check payable to a named payee. Only a lawyer admitted to practice law in this state or a person supervised by such lawyer shall be an authorized signatory on a trust account.
(c) No less than quarterly, a lawyer admitted to practice law in this state or a person supervised by such a lawyer shall reconcile the trust account records both as to individual clients or other persons and in the aggregate with the bank statements issued by the bank in which the trust account is maintained.
Cite as RPC 1.15C
History. Rule 1.15 Repealed and Readopted by the Court, En Banc, June 17, 2014, effective immediately.
See comments following Rule 1.15A.