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  • How You Can Help Your Children During a Military Divorce
    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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  • When Can Child Support Payments Be Modified?
    When Can Child Support Payments Be Modified?

    After a divorce, situations can change. Either parent may start struggling to pay child support due to changes in financial stability. The other parent may also have a financial opportunity to start ...

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  • 5 Military Divorce Myths You Need To You
    5 Military Divorce Myths You Need To You

    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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  • Pursuing a Spousal Support Modification in Colorado
    Pursuing a Spousal Support Modification in Colorado

    In Colorado, the purpose of spousal support, or “alimony,” is to provide temporary rehabilitative aid to a lower-earning spouse. In most cases, these payments end once the payee adjusts to living on a ...

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  • Explaining the 10/10 Rule in Military Divorce
    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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  • Military and Divorce Jurisdiction: What State Can I File in?
    Military and Divorce Jurisdiction: What State Can I File in?

    Deciding to end your marriage is one of the most difficult decisions you and your spouse can make. It is an emotional time, with both parties feeling a sense of anger, frustration, and loss as they ...

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