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  • 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 ...

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  • How Are Assets & Debt Divided During a Divorce in Colorado?
    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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  • 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 and fair,” although this doesn’t mean that ...

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  • 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 ...

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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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