Cohabitation & Communication While Splitting Up

Many relationships end when couples lose the ability or desire to communicate effectively with one another.  However communication between parents cannot end entirely when they have children.  Unfortunately, when hearing and listening to one another was the problem in the first place, it typically gets harder, not easier, for the [...]

2018-10-17T03:39:45+00:00October 14th, 2018|Blog, Child Custody, Divorce|0 Comments

Going It Alone (If You Have No Other Choice)

Lawyers are expensive, thus, not everyone can afford to hire a lawyer. Even so, anyone may find themselves facing a court appearance for one reason or another. A person who represents his or herself in court is referred to as appearing pro se.  Representing yourself, even if you are a [...]

2018-09-20T05:32:01+00:00September 16th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Which State Has Jurisdiction Over My Kids?

Colorado's population has exploded over the past twenty years.  Most of us who live here are from other places, and left behind families, lives, and histories in the places we came from. Many of us moved to Colorado for a change in lifestyle, while others end up here by way [...]

2018-08-15T22:42:24+00:00August 15th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Leave Me Alone: Preventing Contact in the Colorado Court System

If you have someone in your life that you'd rather not be around, you're certainly not alone.  Most of us know people who, for one reason or another, we don't get along with, whether it be a personality conflict, a history of disputes, or otherwise. When that person is your [...]

2018-08-20T16:31:42+00:00August 5th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Marital Property: What’s Mine Is Not Yours. Or Is It?

Divorce is usually not an easy decision, and hardly ever a simple process. When it comes to division of assets, what constitutes martial property is one of the first in questions that must be asked. Colorado is a separate property state. This means that in the case of a divorce, [...]

2018-07-17T19:16:51+00:00May 19th, 2018|Blog, Child Custody, Divorce|0 Comments

Do you need an attorney to get divorced?

Many if not most people going through a divorce aren't thrilled by the idea of having  to hire a lawyer. After all, lawyers are expensive and there is a common perception that lawyers unnecessarily complicate matters and make everything difficult for no good reason. Do you need a lawyer to [...]

2018-02-23T01:14:31+00:00February 17th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Your spouse may have to pay you after your divorce: here’s why

Getting divorced can understandably be an overwhelming experience from an emotional standpoint. However, it can also be financially stressful, especially if you earn less than your spouse does. Fortunately, you may be able to receive spousal maintenance, otherwise known as alimony or spousal support, during the divorce process and for [...]

2018-01-20T18:47:27+00:00January 11th, 2018|Blog, Divorce|0 Comments

Moving? Your parenting plan may be affected

You and your ex-spouse probably spent a significant amount of time hammering out your parenting time arrangement. Whether it was in your child's best interests to share joint custody or to have one parent take on the role of custodial parent, your agreement reflects what was managable for your lives [...]

2018-02-23T23:51:43+00:00January 11th, 2018|Blog, Divorce|0 Comments