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September 2015 Archives

Act of domestic violence caught on GoPro camera

When an individual claims that he or she has been subjected to an act of domestic violence, it can be difficult to substantiate those claims in a Colorado court of law. Without any form of proof, the court is left to try and determine if the parties are telling the truth or giving false statements. This is a problem, because many abusers are aware that they will likely face no consequences if the victim is unable to prove that the incident took place. For one man, the only way to capture the acts of domestic violence that he suffered at the hands of his estranged wife was to wear a body camera.

Don't let unpaid child support lead to an arrest

When a non-custodial parent fails to make his or her court-ordered child support payments, serious repercussions often follow. Parents who are encountering financial trouble can find themselves subject to fines, fees and even the loss of professional licenses. If child support payments fall into serious arrears, parents can be arrested and brought before a Colorado court of law. The end result can be jail time, which will only serve to further complicate one's financial scenario.

Would you like your divorce records to be sealed?

The recent news of the divorce of a southern governor has made headlines in Colorado and across the nation. The matter is of interest not due to a scandal, but because the parties have successfully petitioned the family court handling their divorce to seal the records from public view. Many across the nation feel that if divorce records are public information for the "average" person, then no individual should be given exception to that rule. Others, however, feel that the end of a marriage is a private matter and want to learn if they can have their own cases kept from the public record.

Facebook to be allowed in child custody case

A recent ruling concerning the use of social media within a custody dispute has set legal precedent in one state. Parents in Colorado and elsewhere are aware that social media can come into play within a divorce or child custody case, but states vary on whether information gleaned from those accounts can be used as evidence in court. In this case, one parent is asking the court to review the other's Facebook profile in order to determine how much time was spent away from the shared child.

Terrence Howard's divorce settlement overturned in court

Many Colorado residents are familiar with the acting career of Terrence Howard. After being nominated for an Academy Award in 2005 for the movie "Hustle and Flow," Howard went on to achieve wide acclaim for his role on the hit television show "Empire." He has made recent headlines, however, for his highly contentious divorce case and his recent victory in court.

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