Family Law Archive

Family Law is an area of law that deals with family matters and domestic relations.

Below you'll find articles on topics such as child custody, pre-nuptial agreements, adoption, and support.

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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…

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…

Family Law

Why are same-sex couples rushing to adopt their own children?

Congratulations! You’ve married your life-long love and created a blended family with your children. While you are settling into your new relationship, it might feel like the highest hurdles have been…

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Evergreen lawmaker jailed in contempt. What does that mean?

A state lawmaker representing Evergreen was jailed in December for contempt of court in a divorce proceeding. State Rep. Tim Leonard (R – Evergreen) was sentenced to 14 days in jail…

Family Law

When it comes to adoption, a thorough legal review is essential

Adam Crapser is a 41 year-old living in Washington, married with naturalized citizen children. Even though a United States family adopted him 37 years ago, he faces deportation to South Korea,…

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Considering a prenuptial agreement before your Colorado marriage?

Prenuptial agreements are not just for celebrities. Prenups, or premarital agreements as Colorado law calls them, are often used by Colorado couples as a way to negotiate before marriage the rights…