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Dealing with the division of marital assets before a divorce

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements have become so popular that numerous websites offer do-it-yourself forms. These forms might seem like a less expensive alternative, but Colorado couples need to remember that you often get what you pay for with DIY legal documents. There is no guarantee that the forms will comply with Colorado law and adequately handle the division of marital assets.

Consider insurance needs during division of marital assets

There are so many details that demand one's attention when a marriage is ending that many Colorado spouses feel completely overwhelmed. This can be a hectic time, but the decisions made now can have a great deal of impact on one's future. That is why it is so important to cover all of the bases, especially when it comes to the division of marital assets. One topic that is often overlooked during a divorce is insurance coverage.

Summertime can bring child custody strife between parents

Summer break is a time that most children anticipate all during the school year. This break from the routines of the rest of the year gives kids a chance to relax and have fun. Summertime fun can lead to great memories for the entire family, but many Colorado families who have gone through a divorce struggle to find a scheduling solution that works for both parents. The following advice is provided for parents who are looking for child custody solutions this summer.

How property and assets are divided in a Colorado divorce

In every divorce case, decisions must be made about how to divide property and assets. If you are like most individuals, you likely have numerous questions and concerns about how these decisions are made as well as how to ensure for a favorable outcome.

Deciding how to divide a business during a Colorado divorce

Many Colorado couples own a family business. This adds a layer of complexity to their relationship, as they will have to work together not only as romantic and family partners, but also as partners who share a business interest. When such a marriage ends in divorce, determining how to divide the family business can be a challenge. The following are the three most common options.

Gathering documents prior to division of marital assets

Spouses who are in the early stages of divorce should know that in order to begin the property division process, it is necessary to gain a comprehensive understanding of the full range of marital wealth. It is impossible to reach a fair outcome in the division of marital assets if a spouse is unaware of exactly what those assets may be. While this may sound like common sense, there are many Colorado families in which one partner plays little to no role in managing the family's finances.

Four things you might not know about prenuptial agreements

Many people never give prenuptial agreements much thought until they make plans to get married, and even then they are often overlooked or misunderstood. Learning more about this valuable legal tool can help you avoid missing out on its many benefits.

How to begin a post-divorce financial restructuring

The end of a marriage will bring a number of changes to Colorado spouses. In addition to the shift in daily routines, there are a number of financial matters that will be impacted by the transition from one household into two. Anticipating those changes and making sound financial decisions to support one's goals is critical to a successful outcome. The following tips are offered to help spouses begin planning their financial future while they are still in the early stages of divorce.

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