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June 2018 Archives

Police captain facing charges for domestic violence

Those who are in law enforcement are entrusted to protect the safety of the residents in their jurisdiction. Of all the people under their protection, it may seem reasonable to expect that their personal families would be the highest priority. Unfortunately, the scourge of domestic violence can touch any family, even those who are charged to uphold the laws. Any Colorado resident could be at risk when a relationship becomes volatile.

Leaving an abusive marriage takes courage

Marriage is challenging enough for any two-people coming from different pasts and merging their lives under one roof. However, when the union of marriage puts one person under the violent control of another, it is simply a recipe for disaster. No person, neither man nor woman deserves to be treated inhumanely physically, verbally, sexually or emotionally. Damage to the psyche is incredibly harmful to an individual, especially under the constraints of a marriage vow.

Study reports fathers still awarded much less child custody time

In spite of the efforts that some states have made to award equal parenting time, one recent study indicates that fathers are still awarded significantly less time with their children. The results were broken down into different categories, but the end result is that fathers are still lagging behind in the time they are permitted to spend with their children. Though Colorado has its own child custody laws, the researchers expressed the hope that more states would strive to revise their laws in favor of shared custody.

Can a parent be forced to pay for college after divorce?

College is expensive and can easily cost parents $50,000 or more each year. While many students are legally adults, most are still financially dependent and cannot afford to pay for schooling on their own without significant financial aid and/or student loans.

Finances can be managed sensibly during a divorce

For many Colorado residents, it may seem that the end of a marriage is the end of many things, including financial stability. However, a divorce does not need to destroy one's hope of a stable financial future. There are ways to manage finances throughout a dissolution and emerge on solid financial footing afterwards.

Professional parents locked in on-going child support battle

Often, the classic tale of boy meets girl does not turn out to have a storybook ending as the partners may discover that they are not well suited. Unfortunately, if a child resulted from an unhealthy relationship, the ongoing battle over child support may continue for years. Colorado parents who are attempting to resolve these difficult disputes may benefit from the guidance of an attorney.

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