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    • 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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    • The Grandparent Adoption Option Grows In The Country

      An increasing number of U.S. children are living with grandparents whether it be multiple generations under the same roof, foster care or – in some cases – adoption. In 2015, about 2.9 million ...

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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Adoption In Colorado

      The state of Colorado tries to make adoption as smooth as possible. Adoptive parents are welcomed into the system, and their needs and concerns are taken very seriously. However, because of the very ...

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    • 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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    • Explaining a Child’s Best Interests

      In family courts around the country, nearly every child custody decision is established on what is in the best interests of the child. Colorado is no exception to this rule, but what does this mean ...

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    • Can A Child Choose Which Parent to Live With in Colorado?

      Who gains custody of your child when you divorce? This is a question that is more complex in Colorado than in other states. It becomes even more tricky when the child is the product of a military ...

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    • How Long is the Colorado Divorce Process?

      How Long is the Colorado Divorce Process? Divorce can take an emotional toll on all parties involved. If you have decided to divorce your spouse, then you will likely want to get through the process ...

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    • Who Pays for Your Child’s Private Education After a Divorce?

      Divorce can be a very difficult experience to go through. It is perfectly natural to feel a range of emotions as the process unfolds. However, at the same time, you must look after the best interests ...

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    • 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

      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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    • 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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    • Splitting Up As An Unmarried Couple

      Break-ups are always difficult, whether you parted amicably or not. If you have been living together but not married, the practical aspects can be especially hard. When married couples split, they can ...

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    • An Embryo-Custody Battle Surfaces In Colorado

      Who gets what in a divorce? Separating couples face this question and must divide their assets, including their home and retirement investments along with furniture, family photo albums and heirlooms. ...

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    • 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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    • The Colorado Uniform Trust Code

      In 2018, the Colorado General Assembly passed the Colorado Uniform Trust Code (CUTC) , which took effect on January 1, 2019. The CUTC replaced provisions of Colorado’s probate code that governed the ...

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    • The Benefits of Estate Planning

      One of the best things you can do for yourself and your family is create an estate plan. Many people assume that estate plans are only for the rich, but the reality is that anyone, regardless of their ...

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    • 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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    • 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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    • Is It Healthy to Get a Revenge Body During a Divorce?

      For years, many people have been taking the “revenge body” approach after their divorce. But what is “revenge body?” A revenge body is something you strive to obtain after someone has wronged you. ...

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  • FAQ
    • Understanding Property Valuations During Divorce

      When you are dividing assets during a divorce, it can be very difficult to come to a complete agreement on how assets should be valued. There is likely to be a great deal of assets of sentimental ...

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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Adoption In Colorado

      The state of Colorado tries to make adoption as smooth as possible. Adoptive parents are welcomed into the system, and their needs and concerns are taken very seriously. However, because of the very ...

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    • 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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    • Does Getting Divorced In 2018 Make Good Financial Sense?

      Many couples will coast along in a troubled marriage for several years before something finally triggers the move toward a divorce. If you're in that situation, however, it might be time to take ...

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    • How Is Alimony Determined In Colorado?

      When two people go through the process of divorce, a significant change happens in both of their lives. They will have to go through the procedures of dividing their property and setting up child ...

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    • How Are Intangible Assets Valued?

      Many aspects of a brand or a company are intangible. When selling your business due to property division as a consequence of divorce, it is vital that you understand the true value of your assets. It ...

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    • What Should You Know About Mediation In Colorado?

      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 ...

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    • How You Can Help Your Children During a Military Divorce

      Going through a military divorce is often times extremely stressful for any children in the family. Many kids internalize the problem as something that they are responsible for, which can cause a ...

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    • 5 Military Divorce Myths You Need To Know

      There are many families of army and air force service members that call Colorado Springs their home. At a state, we are so honored to share communities with some of these brave service members. ...

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    • Explaining the 10/10 Rule in Military Divorce

      Any divorce case traditionally involves the dividing of marital property and assets according to state law. In most cases, this includes debt and even retirement pay. However, military divorce cases ...

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    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • 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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