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Man "most wanted" for back child support located

The end of a relationship between parents often means that one will be awarded physical custody and the other will be obligated to provide financial support. Though the majority of parents may not enjoy making child support payments, they do so to provide for their children. Colorado parents who struggle to meet these obligations can petition for modifications in certain circumstances.

More compromise leads to faster Colorado divorce proceedings

Though you may not get along with your spouse as you head toward divorce, trying to compromise on various issues may save you money and time. The emotional toll that divorce has on couples proves extreme, but distress only increases as more time is wasted dividing assets in court.

NFL player Josh Gordon's absence attributed to child support

Regardless of one's occupation, the issue of paying support for one's child can often be a struggle for parents. Under certain circumstances, even star football athletes may find it difficult to meet their obligations for child support. Colorado residents who are struggling to make or receive these types of support may seek assistance through the family courts.

Divorce requires more than a settlement agreement; lives change

For the majority of married people, life starts out as being someone's child, and later, one becomes a significant other before finally becoming a spouse. In the event of a divorce, not only does one have to determine how to divide marital assets and resolve other issues, spouses may also lose a sense of their identity. Colorado residents may ease these changes by preparing for ways to counteract how life will change.

Are you in a controlling relationship?

No marriage is perfect. However, there are major differences between healthy relationships and toxic ones. Some spouses struggle to identify whether their partner is controlling or not. It's possible that they are accustomed to the other person's behavior. While it's true that an abusive spouse shows signs of physical aggression, emotional abuse is a huge factor as well. 

When negotiating alimony during divorce, calm approach is best

The end of a marriage is fraught with many emotions that can work against clear decision-making. When it's time to negotiate certain aspects of one's divorce -- such as alimony -- taking a calm approach may not feel natural, but it can allow one to reach the best terms. Colorado residents can seek assistance when attempting to make the best decisions without allowing emotions to rule the process.

Student loan debt creates more stress that could lead to divorce

There are many stresses that can eventually erode a marriage. According to financial professionals, debt plays a significant role when couples choose to file for a divorce. Colorado residents who are considering filing for a dissolution may worry about how accumulated debt can adversely affect their future finances.

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