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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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  • Going Through The Adoption Process In Colorado
    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
    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?
    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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  • Separating As Domestic Partners
    Separating As Domestic Partners

    When domestic partners separate, it is much the same as the separation of legally married couples. However many remain confused when it comes to the legalities in relation to the division of assets ...

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  • Is An Open Adoption A Good Match For You?
    Is An Open Adoption A Good Match For You?

    There are many positive aspects of open adoptions. In fact, some adoptive parents develop close relationships with their child's biological parent(s). But for every shining example, there is a ...

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