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Separation

5 Things NOT to Post During a…

Divorce is easy – said no one, ever. Going through a divorce is one of life’s most stressful experiences both emotionally and financially. In…

Property Division

Goodbye Dependency Exemptions

Changes Some provisions of Trump’s tax plan do not take effect until 2019 (i.e. switching the tax burden from the maintenance recipient to the…

No-Fault Divorce

Colorado Support Groups to Help You Through…

Divorce is a challenging time in a person’s life. Anyone who has been through a divorce can offer many reasons as to why divorce…

Divorce

Modification of Child Support: Changes in Income

Child support may be modified whenever there is a substantial and continuing change of circumstances that would result in at least a 10% change…

Early Assessment

CFI vs PRE: Which Child Custody Expert…

If you find yourself in the middle of a hotly contested child custody matter, you may be wondering if a custody expert is right…

No-Fault Divorce

When To File For Divorce

A question that constantly seems to come up with potential clients is, “What’s the best time to file a divorce?” Unfortunately for this question,…

Prenuptial Agreements

Understanding Prenuptial Agreements

So just about everyone at one point in their lives has heard a saying somewhere along the lines of, “You might want to get…

Divorce

Proper Court Attire

Today is your court date and you have to get ready, but you’re unsure about how you ought to appear. Although proper court attire…

Technology

Online Divorces

Online divorces or DIY divorces are becoming more commonplace for couples seeking a low-cost way to separate. Companies like legalzoom.com and mydivorcepapers.com offer what…

Divorce

5 Ways to Save Money in a…

Divorce can be expensive, but the following are a few simple tips that will help you to minimize your legal fees. For most people,…

Divorce

Default Judgment Divorce Option

When a spouse is uncooperative and refuses to participate in the divorce process, a legal tool called a default judgment divorce may help end…

Visitation

5 Tips for Co-Parenting During the Holidays

The holidays are supposed to be the most beautiful time of the year. However, families going through a divorce, the holidays can be significantly…

Divorce

Can My Spouse Prevent Divorce by Ignoring…

There are many times when one spouse wishes to get a divorce and the other does not. Whether they are in denial or unaware…

Separation

6 Questions to Ask Before You Get…

According to statistics, roughly half of marriages end in divorce. If you’re married, this statistic has probably crossed your mind. If you’re considering a…

Divorce

Do I Really Need an Attorney for…

Full and fair disclosure: I am an attorney. Specifically, I am a family law attorney, which means I make my living by helping people…

No-Fault Divorce

How to Cope with Divorce

For most people, the emotional aftermath of a divorce is foreign territory. Even amicable divorces lead to sadness, loneliness, and guilt. Terminating your marriage…

Divorce

Serving Divorce Papers Via Facebook?

One Court in New York recently allowed serving divorce papers to your spouse through Facebook. It’s a huge leap forward in the arena of…

Non-Traditional Family Law

Your Perfect Partner Doesn't Exist

We are all looking for the perfect relationship, right? The match with the person who meets all of our needs, and gives us that…

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