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Reasons to modify a child support order

Many divorced parents in Colorado have children they have to support financially. Child support is in place to ensure children have their basic needs met. Unfortunately, a support order issued when a divorce is first finalized may not be sufficient years later....

How legally binding is a postnup in a divorce?

Many couples today who are marrying choose to have a prenuptial agreement in place before they say their I do’s. But for Colorado couples who either don’t think about it or don’t get around to it, there is always the postnuptial, or marital, agreement. Should the...

Reliable divorce plans through mediation

When a married couple can’t communicate about the things that bother each of them, these issues may fester for years. It may eventually make the marriage impossible and two people’s bitterness toward each other may lead to divorce. But if a couple living in Colorado...

Adopting a proactive stance during your divorce

People who marry always plan for their happily ever after. Unfortunately, some couples -- including some who make Colorado their home -- don’t get to live out that dream for the rest of their lives and end up facing divorce. But it doesn’t have to mean that two people...

Divorce mediation can help parents

Parents who are divorcing are likely concerned how their children will be affected by the change in their lives. Divorce for couples in Colorado can be challenging for everyone involved, but one thing that may help make it less difficult for kids is when their parents...

What about the family home during a divorce?

The largest asset a couple is likely to own is their family home. More often than not, couples in Colorado pool their personal resources to be able to have enough for a down payment on a home, and family resources were likely used to pay the bills, mortgage and for...

Will spousal support ever end after divorce?

When a marriage ends it is possible that one spouse will be making spousal support payments to the other. Besides children, these payments are one way in which former spouses continue to have some kind of relationship after they divorce. This payment -- also known as...

When home sweet home ends up sour in a divorce

Planning for major life events may make them less stressful. Divorce is most definitely a major life event and when Colorado couples decide to part ways, having a long-term plan for leading separate lives might be a wise course of action. What to do with a...

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