Divorce and Social Media

During a divorce, experiencing various emotions such as sadness, anxiety and even anger is not unusual, and seeking sympathy and the emotional support from others is only natural. However, it is important to understand the difference between confiding in a few close friends versus sharing your thoughts and feelings with a few hundred acquaintances on [...]

Divorce and Social Media 2019-02-01T15:16:05+00:00

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Law Cases

Family law cases can be long, tiresome, emotionally draining and expensive. Moreover, because these cases involve the most private issues, resolving these disputes outside of the courtroom is often best for all involved. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is the process of resolving the legal battle without the cost and delay that is often present in [...]

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Law Cases 2019-01-21T14:58:31+00:00

Are We Married? Common-Law Marriage in Colorado

Colorado is one of only 10 states that recognize common-law marriage in the United States.  Common-law marriage is an informal marriage that is recognized based upon the parties living together and holding themselves out as a married couple.  Unlike a civil or religious marriage, there is no requirement that there be a ceremony or that [...]

Are We Married? Common-Law Marriage in Colorado 2019-01-08T10:27:01+00:00

Child Support in Colorado

While parents of minor children may choose to go their separate ways and sever financial ties, children of separated parents will continue to need financial help from both of their parents. The law in Colorado recognizes the importance that financial support from both parents has on the future success of children and is structured to [...]

Child Support in Colorado 2019-01-22T11:02:07+00:00

The Impact of Divorce on Immigration

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, Colorado ranks #10 in the top states where couples are likely to get divorced, with 3.7 divorcees per 1,000 people. And, while most have the best intentions when choosing to marry, statistics show that subsequent marriages are even more likely to end in divorce than the first [...]

The Impact of Divorce on Immigration 2019-01-08T08:06:32+00:00

Modifying Parenting Time in Colorado – Why and How

When yourself and the other parent of your child are no longer together, the court decides the allocation of decision-making and parenting-time related to your child. You may become the parent with whom the child resides with for the majority of time or the non-custodial parent. You may file for a motion with the Court to modify the current allocation of parental responsibilities in Colorado.

Modifying Parenting Time in Colorado – Why and How 2019-01-08T09:39:43+00:00

Modifying Parenting Time in Colorado

In situations where you and the other parent of your child are no longer together, the court decides the allocation of parental responsibilities (decision-making and parenting-time) related to your child.  You may become the custodial parent (the parent with whom the child resides with for the majority of time) or the non-custodial parent. Often times, [...]

Modifying Parenting Time in Colorado 2019-01-22T11:03:09+00:00

Allocation of Parental Responsibilities in Colorado

As a parent going through divorce or child custody case, you have to be mindful of what life will look like for your children, moving forward. In allocation of parental responsibilities in Colorado, the court considers several factors. Find out what they are.

Allocation of Parental Responsibilities in Colorado 2019-01-08T13:02:51+00:00

Ways to Minimize Your Legal Costs in Family Law Cases

As if the emotional turmoil of going through a divorce or custody weren’t enough, the financial toll of legal fees required to litigate these issues can add unnecessary stress to the process.  Often, divorcing spouses are faced with a difficult decision; represent yourself and risk losing it all, or get legal representation and hope to [...]

Ways to Minimize Your Legal Costs in Family Law Cases 2019-01-22T11:05:46+00:00

The Top 5 Ways To Save On Your Divorce Attorney Fees

Going through a divorce is not only an emotional experience but also an investment in your future interests. Depending on the complexity of your assets and whether you have children you might face an expensive investment. Here are 5 great tips on how you can save on your divorce attorney fees.

The Top 5 Ways To Save On Your Divorce Attorney Fees 2019-01-08T09:37:52+00:00