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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...

Divorce

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...

Property Division

How to Divide Motor Vehicles in a Divorce

If you and your spouse have collected valuable cars throughout your marriage, it may be difficult to divide them in your divorce. It is our experience that a property division lawyer...

Family Law

Does Child Support Cover Medical Costs?

Before issuing a child support order, the judge presiding over your case will make sure that you and the other parent have your child’s current and future medical needs covered. Your...

Post-Decree

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...

Divorce

How Divorce Affects Health Insurance

If you are worried that a soon-to-be-former spouse will retaliate against you by canceling your health insurance during the divorce, Colorado law has you covered. Colorado Revised Statutes 14-10-107 (4)(b)(I)(D) forbids...

Divorce

Contested Divorce vs. Uncontested Divorce

Couples have many decisions to make during a divorce. Whether you and your spouse agree on issues will determine whether it is a contested divorce or uncontested divorce. Couples have a...

Divorce

What Happens to Pension Plan Benefits During Divorce?

Retirements accounts are often a married couple’s largest asset, and they are also one of the most complex. While they are marital property, splitting a pension can be a complicated process....

Property Division

Dividing Rental Property During a Divorce

If you and your spouse acquire rental property during the marriage, then it is considered marital property regardless of how the property is titled.  If divorce ensues, you and your spouse...