Family-Operated. Family-Oriented.
Notice: Due to COVID-19, we will be conducting all consultations either via video chat or phone. Please don’t hesitate to call us if you have any questions!

Blog Posts in Family Law

All Posts
  • What You Should Know in a High-Asset Divorce
    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

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

    Read More
  • How Long is the Colorado Divorce Process?
    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 ...

    Read More
  • Colorado Divorce FAQs
    Colorado Divorce FAQs

    Starting the divorce process can be confusing, especially in Colorado. There are several aspects of the divorce process, each with its own unique laws. The Colorado Springs divorce lawyers at Drexler ...

    Read More
  • Can Child Custody Be Modified After Remarrying?
    Can Child Custody Be Modified After Remarrying?

    When a parent remarries, it may justify the modification of a child custody agreement, as remarriage can change circumstances in the life of a child that may affect the stability or otherwise ...

    Read More