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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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    • Will Remarriage Affect The Child Support I Receive?

      If you are the primary custodian of your child, it is likely that you receive financial support from the other parent so that he or she can do his or her part and so that your child has the best ...

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    • Child Custody Is Not Simple And Parents Often Disagree

      One common misconception people have about child custody is that it is simple and easy to figure out. They plan to divide the time in half and split the responsibilities. While that's an honorable ...

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    • Making Exchanges Of Child Custody Easy For All Involved

      Child custody agreements vary based on each individual case. They can be difficult to reach or they can be agreed to in a matter of minutes if both parents are on speaking terms. Either way, the ...

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    • Financial Matters And Divorce

      Money, money, money. Whether it’s greenbacks, money markets, certificates of deposit, money-related matters are often among the biggest reasons nearly half of all U.S. marriages end in divorce. When ...

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    • 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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    • Divorce And Military Pensions

      Going through a divorce is difficult for anyone, but military personnel and their families have specific issues. One of them is a military pension and other benefits. Colorado law generally considers ...

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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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    • Going Through The Adoption Process In Colorado

      Making the decision to adopt a child is not a light one. It is likely that it is something that you have been thinking about for many years, and therefore, when you finally decide to take action, it ...

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    • Making Exchanges Of Child Custody Easy For All Involved

      Child custody agreements vary based on each individual case. They can be difficult to reach or they can be agreed to in a matter of minutes if both parents are on speaking terms. Either way, the ...

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    • Can I Get Custody Of My Colorado Grandchild?

      As a grandparent, you will have an immense love for your grandchildren. However, the dynamic will differ from a child and parent relationship, because you only have a certain amount of control in ...

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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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    • 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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    • Why Is Aspen's Divorce Rate So Awfully High?

      Colorado is a beautiful state and Aspen is supposed to be one of its most pleasant cities to live -- so, why is Aspen's divorce rate nearly double that of the rest of the state? In fact, Aspen ranks ...

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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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    • Child Custody As A Military Parent

      Being in the military can mean that you are required to spend long periods of time away from your family. This can have a big impact on any marriage, and if divorce becomes a reality, it is likely ...

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    • Questions To Consider As You Start Your Military Divorce

      As an individual serving our country, you take pride in having responsibilities. Your country, family and the future are of the upmost importance to you. Like any couple, you and your spouse have had ...

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    • Military Rules And Marital Separation

      When a member of the military separates from their partner, it means that they are subject to certain rules and regulations from the military. These rules initiated by the military are an attempt to ...

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    • Equitable Distribution In Colorado

      When going through a divorce after many years of marriage, one of the most difficult things can be the process of dividing property. This is because it is likely that your assets have become somewhat ...

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    • What Does A Divorce Judge Account For When Dividing Up Assets?

      Colorado is an equitable distribution state when it comes to how property is divided up among spouses when they divorce. Unlike community property states where marital assets get split right down the ...

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    • Protect Your Financial Footprint Prior To A Divorce

      A divorce is an issue that millions of people face during their lifetime. When a marriage is no longer sustainable or healthy, the best way to end it is through a divorce. Separation is also an ...

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