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Colorado Divorce and the Issue of Infidelity

Although infidelity is one of the leading causes of divorce in the United States, you may be surprised to learn that it is not relevant to Colorado courts in a divorce. Colorado is what is referred to ...
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Colorado Family Law - Tips For Mediation

In Colorado, in every Family Law case, the Courts will require a Mediation prior to the Permanent Orders Hearing (and often times, prior to other hearings as well). A Mediation is when all parties ...
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Colorado Divorce Law - Marital Waste

Although Colorado is a “no-fault” divorce state and evidence of a spouse’s misconduct is generally inadmissible at trial, the one exception is evidence of marital waste. Marital ...
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Attorney Feldmann Speaks on Potential Federal Upheaval of Marijuana Companies

Thanks to anti-cannabis individuals in the newest administration, there is a chance the marijuana business will be adversely affected--harkening back to a series of restrictions such as those in 2009. ...
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Colorado Family Law & Stepparent Rights

Do you have a stepson or stepdaughter whom you have a strong relationship with? What happens if you and the child’s biological mother or father get divorced? What if the child’s ...
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Colorado Family Law - Posting Pictures of Your Minor Children on Social Media:

http://living.thebump.com/rules-posting-kids-pictures-facebook-internet-9297.html http://mashable.com/2016/12/27/social-media-photos-kids-privacy/#f9Q7x2u6Cmqs Above are two interesting, helpful ...
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The Importance of Seeking Therapy for Your Children During Divorce

It is difficult for spouses to decide that their marriage has come to an end and an even more harrowing experience to endure, regardless of how amicable it might be. If there are children involved, ...
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Colorado Divorce - Is Nesting the Right Solution for your Family?

A relatively new concept is emerging in the world of divorce known as “nesting.” This is where, following a divorce, the kids stay in the marital home and the parents are the ones who move ...
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Colorado Annulment - What is it and when is it Permitted?

We all make rash decisions when it comes to love. So you may be wondering what your rights are after what is often referred to as a “Vegas” marriage. You may be surprised to learn that ...
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Colorado Divorce- Out of State Parenting Plan

During a divorce or custody battle, often the most difficult challenge is determining the parenting time (visitation schedule). This is only amplified if one of the parents lives out-of-state or is ...
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Colorado Divorce - How Does Child Support Differ for Disabled Children?

Colorado law requires that parents pay child support until their child is legally emancipated, i.e., the earliest of when the child turns 19, graduates from high school, joins the military, gets ...
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Colorado Divorce - How are Student Loan Debts Distributed after a Divorce?

Student loans: unfortunately in this day and age, most of us have them regardless of our age. You may be wondering what happens when you go through a divorce, particularly whether your student loan ...
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Colorado Divorce - No Fault Divorce

The concept of the “no-fault divorce” was originated in California in 1970. “No-fault divorces” were originated because it did not seem to make sense to force people to stay in ...
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Colorado Family Law: Too Young to Marry?

Laws in the United States, for most states, set 18 as the minimum age for an individual to be able to get married. However, each state has exceptions that would allow individuals younger than 18 years ...
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Colorado Fishing Heating Up

As warmer weather approaches, everyone is looking forward to spending time outdoors – especially Colorado anglers.Resisting the state’s assortment of over thirty different fish species, ...
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Colorado Divorce - Gray Divorce

There is a common misconception that divorce is for the young or those who are going through a mid-life crisis. However, in America, there has been a growing trend of older couples who have made it ...
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Colorado Custody - Potential Custody Arrangements in 2017

http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/14/health/three-parent-custody-agreement-trnd/index.html As the above article portrays, obviously times have changed. While this case took place in New York, it is ...
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New Memo from A.G. Sessions Directs Prosecutors to Attack "Violent Crime"

In a memorandum released by the Department of Justice this week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions instructed federal prosecutors to prioritize the identification and prosecution of “violent ...
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Colorado Divorce - Splitting the Pot of Marriage Assets and Income

During a divorce, one of the most difficult concepts for any person to grasp is the lack of available money necessary to support both parties. This is the result of splitting the pot as some may say - ...
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Colorado Divorce - ICE Agents Present in Denver Courthouses

According to the City of Denver officials, ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agents have been increasingly present in the Colorado courthouses, waiting to detain anyone suspected or accused of ...
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Colorado Divorce - Domestic Violence and Protection Orders:

http://www.denverpost.com/2017/02/15/denver-homicides-2016/ As the above article sets forth, domestic violence in the Denver area is on the rise. Society’s stressful environment is flooding into ...
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Tips for Enjoying Valentine's Day After a Divorce

Valentine’s Day may be all hearts and flowers for some, but it can be a very difficult day for the recently divorced who may be feeling lonely, sad, or even cynical about love. While it is ...
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Colorado Divorce - Pet Custody Issues

This month Alaska enacted groundbreaking amendments establishing how they would address family pets in a divorce proceeding. Prior to January, states across the country deemed the family pet as ...
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Colorado: Grandparents Legal Rights

Under Colorado Revised Statute 19-1-117, a grandparent can Petition the court for reasonable visitation rights with the grandchild. However, it isn’t easy and there are several requirements that ...
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Colorado Family Law: The Marital Residence - Who stays and who goes?

Usually, the primary asset any married couple will own together is the marital residence. When a marriage hits the rocks, the marital residence can become ground zero for the showdowns that typically ...
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