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November 2015 Archives

Tips for happy spouses faced with divorce

Many Colorado spouses can see a divorce coming from years away and are fully prepared to move past an untenable marriage when the time finally arrives. For others, however, the end of their marriage is a surprise. In such cases, one spouse may feel perfectly content within their union, while the other is deeply unhappy. In these instances, the spouse who is blindsided is at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to the legal aspects of divorce.

Case looks at decision making responsibility for embryos

An unusual case has reached its conclusion in a west coast family court. A divorced couple have been fighting over the fate of their frozen embryos. The woman asked the court to allow her to use the embryos to give birth to a child, while her former husband asked that the embryos be destroyed. The court looked at which party should have decision making responsibility in the matter, and ruled that the party who does not want to enter into a parental role should not be coerced to do so. The case may be of interest to Colorado residents facing similar issues.  

Navigating the holidays after a child custody battle

As the air begins to chill and the leaves turn colors, fall is in full swing. In Colorado and elsewhere, people are preparing for the upcoming holiday season. For some, this a time of excitement and anticipation. For parents who have fought a child custody battle in recent years, however, the holidays may not be quite so enjoyable. The following advice was recently published to give parents insight into how to make the next few weeks something to remember -- for all the right reasons.

Arrest made in unusual child custody case

A woman has been arrested as her two teenage daughters remain missing. The case, however, is not one in which the mother is accused of harming her children. On the contrary, many believe that she has acted to intentionally hide the teens from their father, whom she believes is capable of harming them. The unusual child custody and criminal case has captured the attention of parents in Colorado and across the nation.

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