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August 2017 Archives

Former celebrity couple settles child custody fight amicably

Anyone who follows the ups and downs of the lives of celebrities is well aware that many of these relationships do not end well. In fact, media sources seem full of articles chronicling the seemingly endless child custody battles and accusations of poor parenting decisions. Unfortunately, these are not uncommon issues, and there are likely many Colorado families who have also struggled to resolve these problems in a manner that will best serve their children.

3 benefits of signing a postnuptial agreement

Did you already get married without signing a prenuptial agreement? Are you nervous about the prospects of divorce or your spouse having ulterior motives? If so, it is not too late to safeguard your assets, promote financial unity and simplify potential division of property. You can sign a postnuptial agreement, which is essentially the same thing as a prenuptial agreement after the wedding.

Prenups can facilitate division of marital assets

Couples who are in the entertainment industry likely face many pressures on their marriages that the the average family does not face. However, there are many reasons why any marriage may not survive, and then the former couple may struggle to determine the best approach when it comes to the division of marital assets. Whether a family resides in Hollywood or Colorado, a prenuptial agreement may prove to be a valuable document in the event of a divorce.

Dating while divorcing: It is a good idea?

A divorce does not have to signal the end of a person's love life. According to data from the Pew Research Center, approximately 40 percent of all marriages in 2013 involved a person who had been married previously. While a person going through a separation can certainly marry again once the court finalizes the divorce, he or she should be careful of dating before the finalization. 

Domestic violence prevention is everyone’s obligation

Domestic violence is a scourge that Colorado is determined to overcome. People in positions of administrative power may have a level of responsibility to take action when they are on notice that someone under their review or control may be committing DV. It is no longer only the violent actor who can suffer the consequence of his actions, but so can those who may otherwise turn a blind eye.

Dallas Cowboys player acquitted of domestic violence charge

Every year it seems that a well-known athlete falls from the fans' good graces for one reason or another. That may be why it is refreshing when a player who has been accused of domestic violence is later found not guilty.  Unfortunately, as some Colorado families are aware, this type of behavior and allegations are not uncommon.

Does he recognize the contributions you made by staying at home?

Conflict is a fact in many divorces, but it does not always spring from the same source. For example, a couple could be splitting amicably, but things go downhill when one person starts dating someone new. In another situation, one partner may argue against spousal support, with the other partner feeling resentful that the contributions she made by staying at home are unrecognized.

Father fights for child custody while working to retain privacy

There is usually never one reason why parents are not able to keep a marriage on track. When they make the decision to seek a separation and a subsequent divorce, child custody is likely the hardest issue to resolve. As parents in Colorado are aware, there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration when working to balance the best interests of their children while also seeking to ensure that their rights are protected.

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