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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…

Post-Decree

How divorce selfies are affecting how marriages end

You may have seen them on Instagram or Facebook. Couples posting divorce selfies are attracting a lot of attention and some criticism as well. Many of the couples are smiling, even…

Divorce

The protection of divorce without actually getting divorced

There are many reasons why you and your spouse may not wish to move forward with a divorce at this time. From the many tax benefits of remaining married to religious…

Post-Decree

Co-parenting successfully after divorce

Co-parenting is not always easy, especially if a divorce has been contentious or if the parents’ styles of raising children are very different. Fortunately, there are ways to successfully co-parent so…

Divorce

Staying in Business Together While Getting a Divorce

You married your business partner, but after years of disagreements, you are now considering divorce. At the same time, the company you run together is making enough money to support each…

Property Division

Protecting your child’s inheritance during a divorce

Having a lot of assets when you walk into a divorce can be tricky, especially when you have custody issues. If your child also has assets that need to be protected…

Divorce

Getting divorced? Time to brush up on financial knowledge

Whether you are in a stable marriage or are looking at a possible divorce, the fact is life can throw you a curve ball in an instant and leave you on…

Divorce

Why are more Baby Boomers divorcing?

Though divorce rates are decreasing for younger adults, a new study by the Pew Foundation tells us that so-called “gray divorce” is increasing. For adults 50 years of age and older,…