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Is joint custody your best option?

If you are a Colorado parent facing a divorce, the welfare of your children after the divorce likely is one of your highest concerns. It also is likely one of your soon-to-be ex-spouse's concerns, too. After all, both of you undoubtedly love your children and neither of you wants to become the traditional absentee parent, reduced to seeing your children every other weekend, alternating holidays, etc. The two of you may therefore wish to consider a post-divorce joint custody arrangement.

Robert De Niro and wife purportedly headed for divorce re-run

Marriage is often a difficult and emotionally taxing venture for most couples. For those under the added pressure of public scrutiny, keeping a marriage on solid footing may be even more challenging as many celebrity couples file for divorce. Colorado movie fans may have recently heard that actor Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower are purportedly calling it quits for the second time.

Effective steps to take to finalize divorce sooner

There has been much discussion about the need for couples in the process of dissolving their marriage to finalize the process by the end of the year. Beginning in January, the paying spouse will no longer be able to deduct alimony payments from income taxes, which may result in smaller payments and less money for the two households once the divorce is completed. At this point most Colorado couples will run out of time to get their divorces finalized in order to beat the tax deadline, but for couples who wish to complete their divorce as soon as possible, there are some actions that may speed the process.

Fathers can seek fair treatment in child support and custody

Statistically, mothers are awarded primary custody approximately 80 percent of the time. While women often state that they are worse off after a divorce, fathers also have challenges, especially in matters relating to child support and custody. Colorado residents who are experiencing difficulty with their payments or desire more time with their children can seek assistance.

Pilot program seeks to stop cycle of domestic violence

Of all the social issues that can have the most detrimental effect on families, one of the worst is abuse that impacts children. Studies have shown that, even when domestic violence is not directed specifically at children, they still suffer psychological trauma. Though there are many shelters that are geared toward helping Colorado victims, these programs do not include the abuser.

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