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Eight tips for talking to your children about your divorce

There are a lot of difficult aspects of divorce. Yet, while some people concern themselves with property division and alimony, others are primarily worried about how divorce will affect their…

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Who gets the car in a divorce?

Divorce presents a host of financial considerations for both parties. One of these difficult choices involves who will maintain vehicle ownership and responsibility after the ink has dried on the…

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Your child will still need both parents after the divorce

Co-parenting is often an ideal situation for children because they get to have both of their parents closely involved in every aspect of life. For the parents, this can be…

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“Threatening comments” by judge result in dismissal of charges

On January 1, 2019, a physical altercation allegedly ensued between three American marines from the Marine Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC) and an American defense contractor outside of a bar…

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What government programs need to know when someone dies

The only guarantees in life are death and taxes. When someone passes, government authorities must receive a notification. It is a good idea to assign individuals to handle delivering these…

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Remember these rules for child custody

Trying to work out child custody arrangements is often difficult for parents who are going through a divorce. It’s easy to let the divorce matters overlap with the custody decisions,…

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Determining who keeps your family pet in a Colorado divorce

A lot is uncertain when you file for divorce. You may not know what will happen with your property or how you will share custody of your children. If you…

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Will I lose my health insurance after I get divorced?

Maintaining health insurance coverage is a major concern for many people due to the high cost of medical care. People who have health insurance through their spouse’s group plan at…

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Spousal support negotiation: Tips for success

Couples separate or divorce for all kinds of reasons. Depending on the circumstances, the divorce can be extremely emotional, and this can impair both parties’ abilities to negotiate a sound…

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Two mistakes that can invalidate your prenuptial agreement

A prenuptial agreement, commonly known as a prenup, is a binding contract that is drafted and executed by a couple that is planning to get married. While a prenup agreement…

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Do you know how to prove your marital standard of living?

There’s no doubt that divorce can be an expensive endeavor. After all, the property division process itself can leave you with limited resources, which can create stress about your financial…

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3 common co-parenting problems

In Colorado, courts prefer to split parenting time evenly between both parents when it serves the child’s best interests. Both co-parents share in all parental responsibilities. While this shared responsibility…

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Why high-asset divorces are so unique

Every divorce has a lot of different issues that may need to be addressed. Child maintenance, spousal support and property division tend to take up the majority of focus. Sometimes,…

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Don’t stop paying child support, even if you lose your income

When you get a child support order during a divorce, it is based in part on your income. The court will try to find a way for you to pay…

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Co-parenting after divorce: tips for success

Divorce can be devastating for everyone involved. If you have children together, it is important that you figure out how to navigate life post-divorce and give your little ones the…

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Equitable distribution of property in a Colorado divorce

Unlike the divorce process in community property states, Colorado’s equitable distribution laws seek to divide property so as to be fair to both parties — but not necessarily equal. The…

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When addiction factors into parental responsibility

Perhaps one of the reasons that you left your spouse was because of their out-of-control addiction to alcohol and/or drugs. Alternatively, you may be the parent struggling to maintain your…

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Here’s what you need to know about parental alienation

Many family law disputes focus on children. Each parent may feel that he or she knows what is best for their child, and they may strongly disagree with the other…

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What should you remember about dividing art in divorce?

Art collections can be very valuable, but the thought of having to split it up might be sickening. People who are going through a divorce may have to do just…

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What goes into an effective parenting plan?

Constructing a parenting plan after a split may feel daunting. It is one of the most critical and challenging documents in a divorce proceeding. A parenting plan sets the framework for…

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Emotional turmoil during a divorce

Divorce is a difficult time for everyone, but many people aren’t ready for the emotional toll that it presents. There are several things that you should consider when you’re going…

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What happens to deferred compensation in a Colorado divorce?

Achieving a fair outcome in your divorce requires that you track down all of the assets you shared with your spouse. Some assets are easier to locate than others. You…

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Marine Veteran and Trial Lawyer Jason Wareham Joins The Law Center P.C.

Marine Veteran and Trial Lawyer Jason Wareham Joins The Law Center P.C. The highly sought-after attorney returns home to serve the needs of the Denver community Veteran Marine trial and…

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How does child custody work in Colorado?

Colorado does not use the traditional term custody. Instead, the state refers to parental responsibility. This includes parenting time (physical responsibility) and decision-making abilities (legal responsibility). Learn more about Colorado parental…

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