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    • COVID-19's Impact on Adoption

      If you are considering adoption or currently in the middle of the process, you might be wondering how COVID-19 has, or could, affect your ability to successfully adopt. It is safe to say that COVID-19 ...

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    • Divorce After Adoption

      Divorce After Adoption Divorce is never the idealization anyone has when they first become a parent. However, for adoptive parents, there is likely to be a higher sense of guilt involved, and its ...

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    • The Grandparent Adoption Option Grows In The Country

      An increasing number of U.S. children are living with grandparents whether it be multiple generations under the same roof, foster care or – in some cases – adoption. In 2015, about 2.9 million ...

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    • How Do Courts Decide Who Gets Custody?

      Oftentimes, one of the most contested aspects of a divorce involves child custody. If you and the other parent cannot agree on a parenting plan or arrangement, the courts will ultimately decide. As a ...

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    • Colorado Child Custody Guide

      When a marriage ends, one of the hardest parts of the divorce process for parents involves child custody issues. As a parent, you would do anything to protect your kids, but that can be challenging, ...

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    • Can Social Media Posts Be Used in Court?

      Social Media in the Courtroom What you post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram can have an effect on your child custody rights . Before you post, think of how it would look if introduced in court as ...

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    • Remarriage and Child Support

      Does Marriage Affect Child Support? If you are the primary custodian of your child, it is likely that you receive financial support from the other parent so that he or she can do his or her part and ...

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    • 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 as quickly as possible. However, the state ...

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    • Can Your Marriage Survive the Coronavirus?

      The COVID-19 pandemic has caused upheaval to all aspects of our daily lives. One area that could be hit the hardest is the marital relationship. Many people are in close quarters with their ...

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    • An Update From Drexler Law Regarding COVID-19 – An Unyielding Commitment to Client Service

      Drexler Law is dedicated to you and is here for you during this time of uncertainty. Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this outbreak. In light of the current coronavirus ...

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    • Co-Parenting Amidst COVID-19

      As a parent concerned about the coronavirus outbreak, safeguarding your child’s health is one of your main priorities. For those who are co-parenting with an ex, the global pandemic has only created ...

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    • The Risks of DIY Estate Planning

      With the internet at our disposal, we have access to an unlimited amount of resources. However, it’s important to know when to draw the line between doing a DIY project and letting the professionals ...

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    • Benefits of Mediation

      Starting the Divorce Process 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 ...

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    • Private School Fees After Divorce

      Who Pays for Private School After a Divorce? Divorce can be a very difficult experience to go through. It is perfectly natural to feel a range of emotions as the process unfolds. However, at the same ...

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    • Splitting Up As An Unmarried Couple

      Break-ups are always difficult, whether you parted amicably or not. If you have been living together but not married, the practical aspects can be especially hard. When married couples split, they can ...

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    • An Embryo-Custody Battle Surfaces In Colorado

      Who gets what in a divorce? Separating couples face this question and must divide their assets, including their home and retirement investments along with furniture, family photo albums and heirlooms. ...

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    • When is the Right Time for Estate Planning?

      Whether you’re in your prime, you’ve just started a family, or you’re about to enter retirement, you can benefit from estate planning. Naturally, thinking about what will happen to your assets and ...

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    • An Easy Guide to Estate Planning

      Estate planning is often one of those things that don’t seem urgent until it’s too late. In general, people don’t want to think about making decisions associated with the end of their life. It’s a ...

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    • Can Gifts Be a Tool for Estate Planning?

      The Gift Tax Exemption Under federal tax law, a person can exclude gifts amounting to $15,000 from their taxable income each year. If the amount of a person’s gifts exceeded the $15,000 annual gift ...

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    • Private School Fees After Divorce

      Who Pays for Private School After a Divorce? Divorce can be a very difficult experience to go through. It is perfectly natural to feel a range of emotions as the process unfolds. However, at the same ...

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    • Can Your Marriage Survive the Coronavirus?

      The COVID-19 pandemic has caused upheaval to all aspects of our daily lives. One area that could be hit the hardest is the marital relationship. Many people are in close quarters with their ...

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    • Can Social Media Posts Be Used in Court?

      Social Media in the Courtroom What you post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram can have an effect on your child custody rights . Before you post, think of how it would look if introduced in court as ...

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  • FAQ
    • 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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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Adoption In Colorado

      The state of Colorado tries to make adoption as smooth as possible. Adoptive parents are welcomed into the system, and their needs and concerns are taken very seriously. However, because of the very ...

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    • How to Protect Your Business During Divorce

      Starting a business requires entrepreneurs to make many sacrifices. With long hours of work, a new business can cause issues in any marriage. For such reasons, it’s important to protect your business ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • Does Getting Divorced In 2018 Make Good Financial Sense?

      Many couples will coast along in a troubled marriage for several years before something finally triggers the move toward a divorce. If you're in that situation, however, it might be time to take ...

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    • How to Protect Your Business During Divorce

      Starting a business requires entrepreneurs to make many sacrifices. With long hours of work, a new business can cause issues in any marriage. For such reasons, it’s important to protect your business ...

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    • How Are Intangible Assets Valued?

      Many aspects of a brand or a company are intangible. When selling your business due to property division as a consequence of divorce, it is vital that you understand the true value of your assets. It ...

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    • How Your Marriage Can Endure the Coronavirus

      Develop a Routine COVID-19 precautions for social distancing have disrupted the daily routines of nearly everyone in the world. Many news reports have characterized these precautions as “the new ...

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    • Benefits of Mediation

      Starting the Divorce Process 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 ...

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    • Mediation in Colorado

      Understanding Mediation Colorado requires that most couples try to resolve divorce issues through mediation before going to trial. The goal is for the divorcing parties to amicably settle as many ...

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    • How You Can Help Your Children During a Military Divorce

      Going through a military divorce is often times extremely stressful for any children in the family. Many kids internalize the problem as something that they are responsible for, which can cause a ...

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    • 5 Military Divorce Myths You Need To Know

      There are many families of army and air force service members that call Colorado Springs their home. At a state, we are so honored to share communities with some of these brave service members. ...

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    • Explaining the 10/10 Rule in Military Divorce

      What is the 10/10 Rule Pertaining to Military Divorces? Any divorce case traditionally involves the dividing of marital property and assets according to state law. In most cases, this includes debt ...

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    • 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 ...

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    • 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 and fair,” although this doesn’t mean that ...

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    • How Are Assets & Debt Divided During a Divorce in Colorado?

      If you’re getting divorced, you’re probably wondering how it will affect your assets and your debts. Our Colorado Springs divorce attorneys explain how your assets and debts are divided during a ...

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