Post-Decree Archive

So, you've signed the divorce decree and you're finally completely free, right?

 

Not necessarily.

 

Jobs change or are lost, living situations change, and life events happen. All of these things can affect child support, custody, and maintenance.

 

If you need a Colorado Post-Decree attorney, send us a message or give us a call at 303-695-0200.

 

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Must Read Articles About Post-Decree

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Can I Modify a Child Support Order in Colorado?

By Laure E. Shapiro | August 6, 2018

You can modify a child support order in Colorado if you experienced a “substantial and continuing” change in your circumstances since the order was first established or since the last modification of the order. The other parent can ask for […]

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Do you want to keep running a business together after divorce?

By Laure E. Shapiro | December 11, 2017

At one time, your relationship was strong enough that you decided to start a business together. Perhaps you were both tired of working for someone else and decided to take the plunge. Then, as time went on, your marriage began […]

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The benefits of peaceful co-parenting after a divorce

By Laure E. Shapiro | September 24, 2017

Co-parenting protects your children from the physical and psychological effects of your divorce Going through a divorce, even an amicable one, can be excruciating. But as physically and psychologically draining as dissolving your marriage can be on the adults involved, […]

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The post-divorce parent-teacher conference

By Laure E. Shapiro | October 7, 2016

Throughout the divorce, the emphasis was always on what is best for your child. How to maintain a safe foundation as the world turned inside out. After a divorce the family relationship becomes an evolution, shifting and adapting as you […]

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Private School Tuition After Divorce

By Laure E. Shapiro / January 26, 2019 / Comments Off on Private School Tuition After Divorce

Colorado statutes require parents to share the cost of education and childcare following a divorce. However, many parents still have questions and concerns when it comes to how to pay for their children’s private school tuition after divorce. This is […]

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Pregnant Woman holding her belly

Can I Modify a Child Support Order in Colorado?

By Laure E. Shapiro / August 6, 2018 / Comments Off on Can I Modify a Child Support Order in Colorado?

You can modify a child support order in Colorado if you experienced a “substantial and continuing” change in your circumstances since the order was first established or since the last modification of the order. The other parent can ask for […]

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Business man and woman shaking hands

Do you want to keep running a business together after divorce?

By Laure E. Shapiro / December 11, 2017 / 0 Comments

At one time, your relationship was strong enough that you decided to start a business together. Perhaps you were both tired of working for someone else and decided to take the plunge. Then, as time went on, your marriage began […]

Read More
Shadow of parents holding hand with child

The benefits of peaceful co-parenting after a divorce

By Laure E. Shapiro / September 24, 2017 / 0 Comments

Co-parenting protects your children from the physical and psychological effects of your divorce Going through a divorce, even an amicable one, can be excruciating. But as physically and psychologically draining as dissolving your marriage can be on the adults involved, […]

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Co-parenting tips to send kids back to school after a divorce

By Laure E. Shapiro / September 10, 2017 / 0 Comments

Co-parenting after a divorce is difficult enough. Your relationship with your ex-spouse evolves, requiring each of you to work with the other and adapt to your new roles. Communicating and creating consistency for your children is challenging even when a […]

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