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Post-Decree

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

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…

Post-Decree

The benefits of peaceful co-parenting after a divorce

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…

Family Law

How a prenuptial agreement can protect your business

Getting married can be one of the many highlights of your life, especially if you are marrying your business partner. As you prepare to walk down the aisle, you may have…

Post-Decree

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

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…

Mediation

Mediation: Simplifying and taking the stress out of your divorce

The end of a marriage is a stressful time for Colorado couples, and for this reason, many work to find ways to make the legal process simpler and easier. One of…

Divorce

Denver divorce attorneys share 3 social media secrets

If it sometimes seems to you like everyone is on social media, it may be because nearly everyone is. As of 2017, 89% of U.S. internet users were on Facebook. Thirty-two…

Mediation

5 reasons mediation may be right for your divorce

When most people think about divorce, they envision a drawn-out courtroom drama that results in hurt feelings and huge fees. But before the judge strikes his or her gavel, the State…

Family Law

How much child support can I get?

Going from a two-parent household to a one parent household can be a real challenge, especially financially. Children’s needs still have to be met, so Colorado requires the payment of child…

Divorce

Should I hire a private judge for my divorce?

There’s a unique trend appearing among the jet set for handling divorces quickly and with less publicity than going the traditional route: private judges. But is this something you can take…