In high asset divorce cases, it is not uncommon for one party to hide their assets. If you suspect that your spouse is hiding assets, did you know that the burden to find the hidden assets may fall on you? This can be challenging and is best undertaken by a professional and qualified attorney who […]
High Asset Divorce Mistakes When entering divorce with high assets or a comfortable net worth, you absolutely want to avoid costly mistakes. These mistakes may reduce the amount of money to which you have available to rebuild your life. Retaining an experienced Colorado Springs Family Law attorney is essential to protecting your interests. A fresh […]
Today’s world is driven by technology with social networks and digital communication being the way people transact and socialize. Social media networks can contribute to a marriage breaking down. They can also impact the outcome of a divorce case such as on matters of child custody and settlements. Today, people will share the events and […]
When we consider the split that occurs in a family during a divorce, we usually focus on the nuclear family: children and parents. But throughout history, extended families have, in many cases, contributed to the growth of young ones. It is only natural that grandparents concern themselves with the separation of parents and understand what […]
Escaping an abusive situation by pursuing a divorce is a volatile situation where every step could lead to danger for you and your family. When children are in the picture, it’s even more important that the situation remains safe. Abusive partners use techniques like intimidation, guilt, and blackmail to get what they want, so keeping […]
People move all the time. And when you add in a recent divorce, a move makes sense. You probably want to escape the city that left you with the bad memories. However, if a child was affected by the divorce proceedings, you may have more restrictions than you think. Your specific divorce paperwork should show the […]
Colorado is not a community property state; instead, Colorado divorces, dissolution of civil unions and legal separations are governed by equitable principles or principles of fairness. C.R.S. § 14-10-113. Of course, what’s fair depends entirely on the circumstances of a particular divorce or legal separation. Where a “community property” state (for example, Louisiana, Arizona, California, […]
In Colorado, at least one spouse or partner in a civil union must be domiciled in Colorado for a minimum of 91 days prior to filing for a divorce. In addition, the soonest a divorce decree (the actual order of dissolution of marriage) is 91 additional days. The time requirements are often referred to as […]
In our Financial Impacts of Divorce Series, we mentioned in our earlier posting the Financial Impacts of a Divorce. The Client is not always in charge of all the factors impacting the cost of a Divorce or Legal Separation. So, another important question for a client to ask is: How Do I Keep My Costs […]
How Much Does a Divorce or Legal Separation Cost? It’s a perfectly valid question. The client deposits a retainer and will budget payments on the remaining balance as his or her case progresses. However, the true cost of a divorce or legal separation is hard to predict in some cases because the factors contributing to […]
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