4 Things that Can Increase the Cost of Your Divorce

August 31, 2015

Divorce can be as emotionally taxing as it is financially exacting. While the costs of divorce vary from case to case and state to state, in general, there are certain things that tend to increase divorce costs, regardless of where divorce is being pursued and the specific issues in a given case. Below, we’ll point out…Read More

3 Ways Dating During Divorce Can Backfire

August 24, 2015

When a marriage ends, getting out and dating can be one way for people to try to move on emotionally and/or find support as they proceed with a divorce. Dating in divorce, however, can present some significant complications when it comes to the legal process of dissolving the marriage, and we’ll take a closer look…Read More

3 Potential Perils of Social Media in Divorce

August 16, 2015

Using social media can keep people connected and informed. It can also end up being problematic, however, if people are involved in divorce cases. We’ll explain how and why below. In Divorce, Social Media Use Can… Impact property division issues – The pictures and comments posted on social media can be used to establish what…Read More

4 Steps to Moving Minor Children after Divorce

August 8, 2015

When a divorce involves minor children, part of the final divorce decree (or settlement) will likely dictate the terms of custody, which is based on (among other things) the location of the parents. Because the circumstances of life regularly change, however, it may be necessary to move minor children following divorce. In these cases, when…Read More

Should I File for Bankruptcy or Divorce First?

July 31, 2015

It depends on what type of bankruptcy case you want to pursue, as well as your marital property and debts. Below, we’ll reveal when it’s generally better to file for bankruptcy prior to divorce and vice versa. While the info presented below is generally helpful, don’t hesitate to contact the seasoned Front Range & Colorado…Read More

How to Convert a Legal Separation into a Divorce in Colorado

July 20, 2015

A legal separation can be an interim solution for married couples that are having difficulties but are not quite ready to proceed with a divorce. While a legal separation can remain in place indefinitely, when a couple decides they are ready to move forward and get divorced, there are certain steps they will have to…Read More

Does It Matter Who Files for Divorce First?

July 10, 2015

Possibly – it can matter in some cases who files for divorce first, depending on a given situation and a person’s needs. In fact, if you will need any of the following emergency orders issued upon filing for divorce, filing first can be beneficial: An emergency protective order An emergency property order An emergency custody…Read More

4 Important Facts to Know about Prenups

June 30, 2015

Prenups can make people very uncomfortable, especially when a couple may not be at ease discussing finances. Although prenups have gotten a bad rep, they can be very useful even if a couple stays together (i.e., never separates or goes through a divorce). To highlight some of the benefits of (and other important info about)…Read More

How to File for an Annulment in Colorado: An Overview

June 24, 2015

In light of our last blog regarding grounds for annulments in Colorado, now is a good time to provide an overview of how the annulment process occurs. This process, which is also referred to as seeking an declaration of invalidity, can only be pursued by those who were married in Colorado or who have resided…Read More

Grounds for Annulments in Colorado

June 16, 2015

Like divorce, an annulment can put an end to a marriage in Colorado. However, unlike divorce, annulments effectively render a marriage invalid, meaning that, in the eyes of the law, the marriage never existed in the first place. Although annulments won’t be an option for every couple, they can be requested when certain circumstances apply…Read More