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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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  • How Does Military Divorce Work?
    How Does Military Divorce Work?

    Dissolving your marriage can be an unpleasant business. It involves a great deal of strain and emotion. The life you once had is gone, and you must now lay the groundwork for a new life that has yet ...

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  • Child Custody When One Parent is in the Military
    Child Custody When One Parent is in the Military

    In Colorado, child custody is often referred to as parenting time (physical custody) and decision making (legal custody). In a civilian divorce, it is common for one parent to use instances of absence ...

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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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