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  • Financial Matters And Divorce
    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
    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
    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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  • Planning The Holidays As A Parent Going Through Divorce
    Planning The Holidays As A Parent Going Through Divorce

    As a parent, you want the holidays to go well for your kids. You may have some worries though about whether this will be able to happen. This may especially be the case when you are going through a ...

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  • Do I Have The Right To Hide My Assets During Divorce?
    Do I Have The Right To Hide My Assets During Divorce?

    On behalf of The Drexler Law Group, LLC posted in high-asset divorce on Friday, September 29, 2017. During any divorce, things almost never go smoothly. There are many aspects to parting ways, and ...

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  • Divorce Property Division May Include TSPs
    Divorce Property Division May Include TSPs

    Federal employees in Colorado who plan to divorce need to determine how to divide their Thrift Savings Plans. Since there are not any federal laws that govern the process, family court judges will ...

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