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Blog Posts in 2020

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  • Reasons to Modify Child Custody
    Reasons to Modify Child Custody

    Reasons to Modify Child Custody When a child custody arrangement is not working out well, this could be due to a change in circumstances or because arrangement was never fully appropriate for the ...

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  • Divorce After Adoption
    Divorce After Adoption

    Divorce After Adoption Divorce is never the idealization anyone has when they first become a parent. However, for adoptive parents, there is likely to be a higher sense of guilt involved, and its ...

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  • What You Should Know in a High-Asset Divorce
    What You Should Know in a High-Asset Divorce

    Divorce is overwhelming and complicated—especially when a large number of assets are involved. If you’re getting divorced and you’re worried about how your assets will be divided, you need to get an ...

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  • Can Gifts Be a Tool for Estate Planning?
    Can Gifts Be a Tool for Estate Planning?

    The Gift Tax Exemption Under federal tax law, a person can exclude gifts amounting to $15,000 from their taxable income each year. If the amount of a person’s gifts exceeded the $15,000 annual gift ...

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  • How Are Assets & Debt Divided During a Divorce in Colorado?
    How Are Assets & Debt Divided During a Divorce in Colorado?

    How Are Assets & Debt Divided During a Divorce in Colorado? If you’re getting divorced, you’re probably wondering how it will affect your assets and your debts. Our Colorado Springs divorce attorneys ...

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  • Understanding Property Division in Colorado
    Understanding Property Division in Colorado

    Understanding Property Division in Colorado There are many factors that need to be addressed during a divorce, including property division. Colorado laws require that property division be “equitable ...

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