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Family Law

8 Tips for Parents Dealing With Split Custody During a Health Crisis

Co-parenting after a divorce is never easy. Trying to navigate split custody during a pandemic is even more challenging. As a parent, you may be worried about your job, future income,…

Divorce

How to Have an Amicable Divorce

You and your partner have talked, fought, negotiated, cried, and conceded. No matter how much you want to make things work, they just aren’t, and you have to get a divorce….

Divorce

How to Navigate a Divorce When You Have a Family Business

In the United States, there are 5.5 million family businesses and 85% of start-ups begin with the use of family money. When you have a family business it is a balancing…

Divorce

Understanding Child Custody Agreements

A child custody case can prove challenging for both you and your children, but one of the best things that you can do is educate yourself about child custody agreements.The more…

Divorce

What Is an Uncontested Divorce? Key Things to Know

Have you and your spouse decided to end your marriage? If so, you might be overwhelmed at your options, along with the legal jargon that surrounds the process. One of the questions you…

Divorce

5 Questions to Ask a Divorce Lawyer During Your Consultation

The divorce process is not the time to try to navigate the family law system on your own. Divorce is stressful and overwhelming enough. You need an experienced attorney to lead…

Family Law

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…