Colorado requires that most couples try to resolve divorce issues through mediation before going to trial. The goal is for the divorcing parties to amicably settle as many decisions as possible before having the courts impose a verdict.
President Trump’s announcement about his plans for the country’s military presence in Afghanistan may not be surprising depending on your political affiliations. But if you are an enlisted service member or involved with someone in the armed forces, there is a chance that you may be deployed overseas. So if you are involved in a divorce or child custody action, it is essential to have several things in order.
Federal employees in Colorado who plan to divorce need to determine how to divide their Thrift Savings Plans. Since there are not any federal laws that govern the process, family court judges will apply state law in the event that the couple is unable to reach an agreement.
Property division is the portion of divorce that addresses how marital assets are split. For those who are in high asset marriages, it is not uncommon for one spouse to either own or have interests in a business.