Colorado Divorce Lawyers and articles
Cheating or betrayal is one of the main reasons couples decide to end their marriages. A common question is: "How will this affect my divorce case?"
Senator Kevin Lunberg does not want the divorce rates to keep increasing in Colorado, so he has proposed a "cooling off period" for divorcing parents in his Parental Divorce Reduction Act that could last six months, and workshops that will explain why peo
Will Collaborative Divorce work for me and my spouse?
Know the exact definition of "domicile" and "jurisdiction," and what both words could mean when referring to your divorce.
Depending on the reason for the annulment, whether it be the inability to consummate the marriage or fraud, different time frames exist during which it can be filed.
Child support payments won't always be paid, and this quick, easy list collects a number of ways for you to make sure that they will be.
Discover how the state of Colorado handles paternity cases, as well as what parties can bring legal action to them.
From power of attorney to guardianship, this in-depth article lays out what options are out there for grandparents who want to make important decisions in the lives of the grandchildren in their care.
You and your spouse must choose mediation together, opting to work through your divorce together and not against one another. This will keep your divorce out of the public eye and can eliminate potential conflict.
Alimony, known as "spousal maintenance" in Colorado, is not the entitlement of either spouse. The court takes into account factors such as property owned and the ability to work before making the decision to award it.
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