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February 2017 Archives

How is spousal maintenance determined in Colorado?

The results of a divorce depend on several factors, but the process itself is almost always stressful for all parties involved. It is not uncommon for one of the greatest sources of stress for people to come as a result of uncertainty regarding how they are going to provide for themselves once the marriage is dissolved.

New survey highlights churches' stance on domestic violence

Many Colorado residents may believe that a church could be a safe place to turn to when there are problems within the family. However, a recent survey reveals that some of these institutions may not be the best refuge for those who have suffered from domestic violence. In fact, in certain circumstances, the response of those in charge could make the situation worse.

DUI and child custody in Colorado

When it comes to divorce proceedings, many factors come together to influence the final outcome. Some of these factors are beneficial, some are not. A conviction of driving while under the influence can have serious consequences for a person on its own, but it can have an even greater impact on a divorce proceedings and determining child custody.

Divorce and its possible effects on retirement

According to reports, divorce among those over the age of 50 has increased two-fold. As a result, retirement savings can be negatively impacted. There are steps that can be taken that may be useful to Colorado residents in this age demographic who are contemplating divorce.

Careful planning may help one retain some assets after divorce

Working hard to ensure financial stability and comfort can often take years. Unfortunately, a divorce can often wipe out years of that work. However, there are some steps Colorado residents might consider to help mitigate one's losses.

Suggestions for preparing financially for life after a divorce

For many couples, the happily ever after is not realistic. When a marriage is not sustainable, it is important to make sure that one is able to survive and even thrive after a divorce. Colorado residents who are considering this step may be interested in reading a few suggestions concerning financial tips to prepare for a newly single life.

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