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  • The New Tax Law And Its Impact On Alimony
    The New Tax Law And Its Impact On Alimony

    For the past 75 years, there has been a tax deduction on the books for those who pay alimony. With Congress's recent passage of sweeping tax reforms, that deduction will become a thing of the past ...

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  • Watch Out For One Ugly Domestic Violence Trick During Divorce
    Watch Out For One Ugly Domestic Violence Trick During Divorce

    Domestic violence is often complicated. It can take a long time to sort through everything, especially when there are not any witnesses. At the same time, domestic violence certainly plays a role in ...

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  • Using Mediation To Complete Asset Division
    Using Mediation To Complete Asset Division

    One of the most difficult aspects about divorce is often the fact that two people who used to be close no longer see eye-to-eye. Statistics show that in 75 to 90 percent of all divorces, one person ...

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  • Representing Yourself In Divorce? You Can Still Get Legal Help
    Representing Yourself In Divorce? You Can Still Get Legal Help

    During our years of providing family law services to Colorado residents, we have fielded many questions about the possibility of representing oneself in divorce proceedings. While it is possible to ...

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  • Dealing With A Difficult Spouse During Divorce
    Dealing With A Difficult Spouse During Divorce

    Divorce is almost always going to involve a certain amount of conflict. There will be emotions of anger, bitterness and grief that can be difficult to resolve. But when your spouse is acting ...

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  • Same-Sex Parents And Child Custody Agreements
    Same-Sex Parents And Child Custody Agreements

    When same-sex couples break up, there is, like every other couple, the question of child custody and child support agreements. In cases where a surrogate was used, there may be concerns from one or ...

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