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  • Equitable Distribution In Colorado
    Equitable Distribution In Colorado

    When going through a divorce after many years of marriage, one of the most difficult things can be the process of dividing property. This is because it is likely that your assets have become somewhat ...

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  • What Does A Divorce Judge Account For When Dividing Up Assets?
    What Does A Divorce Judge Account For When Dividing Up Assets?

    Colorado is an equitable distribution state when it comes to how property is divided up among spouses when they divorce. Unlike community property states where marital assets get split right down the ...

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  • Protect Your Financial Footprint Prior To A Divorce
    Protect Your Financial Footprint Prior To A Divorce

    A divorce is an issue that millions of people face during their lifetime. When a marriage is no longer sustainable or healthy, the best way to end it is through a divorce. Separation is also an ...

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  • Using Mediation To Complete Asset Division
    Using Mediation To Complete Asset Division

    One of the most difficult aspects about divorce is often the fact that two people who used to be close no longer see eye-to-eye. Statistics show that in 75 to 90 percent of all divorces, one person ...

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  • Dealing With Conflicts During A Divorce Settlement
    Dealing With Conflicts During A Divorce Settlement

    The fact that you are going through a divorce with your spouse is a good reason to suggest that you are not currently on the best of terms. Therefore, working together to achieve something, such as ...

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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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