Family Law & Toxic Behavior

In Colorado Family Law, Divorce, Divorce Health by Robert Toler0 Comments

Family law cases can be draining both emotionally and financially. While there is always a certain level of difficulty expected with these cases, some cases take on a substantially worse character. For these cases, one party (or both) may begin exhibiting the following toxic behavior(s): …

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Domestic Violence in Domestic Relations

In Colorado Family Law, Divorce, Divorce Health, Divorce Survivor Center, Domestic Violence, Protection Orders by Robert Toler0 Comments

Coauthored By Carl F. McEncroe Anyone who’s ever been in a relationship has probably experienced a bad relationship. While bad relationships are common, there are certain types of “bad relationships” that are distinct from the rest. These unhealthy and dangerous relationships involve domestic violence (DV). …

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Substance Abuse in Family Law

In Allocation of Parental Rights, Co-Parenting, Colorado Family Law, Decision Making, Divorce, Divorce Health, Parental Rights, Parenting Time - Custody by Robert Toler0 Comments

No matter your circumstances, chances are you know someone who struggles with, or someone who has struggled with, substance abuse issues. Now for that person, the substance abuse issues are difficult enough. However, substance abuse issues can be all the more difficult in the realm …

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How to Cope with Divorce

In Divorce, Divorce Health by Robert Toler0 Comments

For most people, the emotional aftermath of a divorce is foreign territory. Even amicable divorces lead to sadness, loneliness, and guilt. Terminating your marriage may be one of the biggest challenges of your life, but remember this: you are not alone. Like any trial, learning …