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Be careful to avoid several divorce misconceptions

The decision to end a marriage may have come after discussions with close friends or other loved ones. However, it may be best to avoid unsolicited advice when seeking to proceed with a divorce. While there are many well-meaning pieces of advice floating around, Colorado residents may be better served to seek professional assistance.

Discussing possibility of divorce before marriage can save assets

Business owners with young family members may worry how a future marriage could have a negative impact on their hard work. That is the reason many proactive parents look for opportunities to discuss the importance of preserving a family legacy well before a marriage or subsequent divorce could derail their efforts. Colorado residents who worry about the future of their family's business may seek information concerning the tools that can be implemented to avoid the damage a divorce can cause.

Military divorce requires knowledge of state and military laws

Married life presents may challenges, especially when one or both partners are active duty service members. When a marriage becomes unsustainable, the process of seeking a military divorce also comes with a few extra considerations. Colorado service members who are contemplating this step may benefit from the input of an attorney who routinely handles this type of marriage dissolution.

Modifying your divorce decree

Your life has probably changed completely since your divorce. You may have a new home, a new schedule, and maybe a new focus on your career. There may even be a new partner in your life. There are many reasons why the divorce decree that was finalized years ago simply doesn't reflect your current situation.

Program praised for help it provides to domestic violence victims

Those who are in an abusive relationship often feel that they have no place to turn for meaningful help. There are many types of abuse, and victims of domestic violence may sometimes feel that the circumstances in their lives do not rise to a serious level that merits assistance. There are likely many Colorado residents who could benefit from assistance provided by a compassionate family law attorney.

Many states push for more equal child custody agreements

Even though the 1950's show called Father Knows Best was a popular program back in its day, the adage did not usually apply when it came time for judges to decide which parent should be the primary caregiver in the event of a divorce. Instead, in the majority of cases, mothers were awarded sole child custody more than 80 percent of the time. However, in almost half of the states, which may include Colorado, there has been a movement for family courts to push for more equal parenting time.

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