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Finding a Family Lawyer in Denver, CO

If you are in need of a family lawyer, you do not want to hire just anyone. Whether you need a lawyer to handle your divorce, child custody, or child support…

Family Law

Family Law 101: Understanding Family Law in Denver, CO

A divorce is one of the most stressful things that a person can go through. In fact, it is in the top 5 most stressful life events. Along with the stress…

Family Law

Child Support Laws in Denver: What Do I Need To Do?

Did you know that the average cost of child support in the United States per month is $430? In cases that involve family law, the Colorado court system will determine how much each…

Property Division

Property and Debt: How the Division of Assets in Divorce Works

In Colorado, nearly 9% of marriages end in divorce (this is slightly higher than the national average divorce rate of 7.7%).  If you are considering a divorce or in the process of divorcing…

Divorce

Legal Separation vs Divorce: Understand the Key Differences

Did you know that in America, one divorce happens every 36 seconds?  If you are trying to decide whether you should get a legal separation vs divorce, understanding the difference can help you…

Divorce

Divorcing with Kids: How to Make the Process Easier on Them

Do you know that there are over 1 million American children that suffer as a result of divorce every year? How your child will react as a result the divorce will…

Family Law

Getting Custody: What Can Be Used Against You In a Custody Battle

These Mistakes Will Ruin Your Chances of Getting Child Custody Divorce can be quite the draining process, without the added stress of trying to navigate it with children involved.  However, regardless…

Divorce

How to Prepare for a Divorce: A Helpful Guide

If you are thinking about getting a divorce, it can feel like an emotional rollercoaster. During this tumultuous time, it is important to consider all your options. Divorce is difficult for…

Family Law

Consequences of Non-Payment of Child Support

The Colorado Child Support Enforcement Act administers many consequences for non-payment of child support, including taking legal and administrative action against parents who refuse to pay. When a parent falls behind…