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High asset divorce requires finesse and knowledgeable assistance

Those who have worked to accumulate wealth face more difficulties when their marriage comes to an end. While many Colorado residents believe that the best way to arrive at an acceptable settlement during a high asset divorce is to battle it out in court, there are other steps that can be taken. One of the most beneficial may be consulting with knowledgeable professionals.

Domestic violence shelters want to do more for disabled victims

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health claims that the disabled population is more likely to suffer abuse, especially by caregivers. Sadly, though, there are many domestic violence shelters located here in Colorado and most other states in the country, but many of them are not equipped to assist those who may suffer from a disability. Fortunately, many organizations are working to ensure that this vulnerable segment of the population can also benefit from the services these shelters provide.

Ex-wife accuses former husband of revenge over divorce

Recently, an ex-wife of a service member filed a lawsuit alleging that her former spouse, who is an active-duty major in the Special Forces, attempted to humiliate her by posting private images on social media websites. She alleges that he and his current partner have done so in revenge for his having to pay, as ordered in the divorce proceedings, child support for the former couple's two children. Her suit appears to be one of the first in a state that recently passed a law banning so-called revenge pornography. Colorado also has a revenge porn statute.

Couple battling over value of silver in high asset divorce

During the breakdown of a marital relationship, there are often many points of contention. When couples are going through a high asset divorce, the level of bickering and accusations of wrongdoing is likely to intensify. Colorado residents who are embarking on their own high net worth divorce may wish to prepare a thorough inventory of all jointly held assets.

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