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The Impact of Divorce on Children & Experts to Consult

Most kids who experience the separation and divorce of their parents may struggle in the immediate aftermath, but the impact of divorce on children is generally modest unless there is a…

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What Does Equitable Distribution Mean in Colorado

Colorado is an “equitable division” state. Some states follow community property laws instead. In Colorado, there is no assumption that property is divided equally.   Equitable distribution states do not assume…

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Is Colorado a “No Fault” Divorce State?

Yes, Colorado is a “no-fault” divorce state. The Court does not assign fault to either spouse during divorce proceedings and does not consider any alleged bad behavior when handling divorce proceedings….

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Can Grandparents Get Visitation of Grandchildren After Divorce?

In some cases, grandparents can get visitation of grandchildren after a divorce in Colorado. Under state law, the courts can decide if it is in a child’s best interest to have…

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Do You Need a Forensic Accountant for Your Divorce?

Whether you need a forensic accountant for your divorce depends on the circumstances. A forensic accountant can be a crucial part of your team when you are navigating a high asset…

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How to Value a Restaurant for a Divorce

It can be difficult to divide a restaurant when you and your spouse are divorcing. Family-owned restaurants are often a labor of love as well as a business venture. The first…