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Military divorce differs in some key areas

When a marriage is no longer tenable for the parties involved, a dissolution may be the best option for troubled couples. However, when at least one spouse is a service member, a military divorce differs in some key points. Colorado couples who are contemplating one may benefit from becoming familiar with some of those differences.

5 tips for avoiding a DUI after a Halloween party

With Halloween coming up, you will probably be out eating, drinking and partying with friends. Going to a Halloween party with alcohol means your odds of getting arrested for drunk driving are higher. Blue and red lights flashing behind you on October 31st are far scarier than anything else you will see that night. 

Deciding what to do about home not always easy during a divorce

When a married couple realizes that a marriage is no longer viable, there are many issues that will need to be settled. A divorce often entails trying to untangle all aspects of two lives, and deciding what happens to a family home could be one of the harder decisions. There may be many Colorado families who are working to determine their best options while going through this life transition.

Custody agreement violation costs mother primary child custody

During a divorce, there are likely some issues that the former couple will have to compromise on. However, few topics can evoke stronger feelings and beliefs than child custody and how a child should be raised. There may be times when one parent will have to concede a point in order to obtain each party's goal of ensuring that a child's best interests are protected. Most likely, there are many Colorado parents who have struggled to blend personal beliefs with the well-being of a child while attempting to honor the other parent's wishes.

Court rules in favor of Fidelity executive on spousal maintenance

Couples tend to grow dependant on a certain lifestyle. However, if a marriage ends in a divorce, the income that provided comfortable support is now often expected to serve two separate households while both parties attempt to maintain a certain standard of living. Frequently, if the wife did not have outside employment suitable to sustain her needs, a court will order spousal maintenance. There are likely many Colorado families who have come to rely on these vital monies to provide the support they are accustomed to living.

About interstate child custody arrangements

Colorado has one of the highest divorce rates in the country. According to data collected by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, most states have a divorce rate around two or three per 1,000 people in the state's population. However, Colorado has a divorce rate of 4.4 as of 2011. 

Reasons to not post details of a divorce on social media

The divorce rate declines throughout the country, and part of it seems to be due to more people having access to education. In an article by Colorado Public Radio, it was found that 2013 had the lowest divorce rate in the state in nearly a decade. A little over 24,000 divorces took place in the state during that year. 

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