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Here’s Where to Start When Considering Divorce

You have been thinking to yourself for some time, “It’s over,” but you don’t know where to begin. It’s easy to be overwhelmed and to keep putting it off when you’re facing the legal, financial, social, and overall emotional turmoil of beginning what may be a potentially volatile process of ending a marriage. The decision … Continued

Overview: The Decision to File in Colorado

The choice to file for divorce may be the most difficult decision. The challenges a family faces during such a process can be especially significant. Spouses commonly fear the impact this decision will have on their loved ones or career. Many fear they’ll lose what's important to them, such as their family, children, assets, or … Continued

What Does “No Fault” Mean for Divorcees?

Most litigants are seeking compensation for injury; to right a wrong; and/or to expose the truth. Parties to a divorce with this mindset are quickly disappointed. Colorado is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning a divorce proceeding will not vindicate, declare punishment or condemn a spouse for martial wrongdoing. If a spouse’s behavior poses a danger … Continued

Colorado Support Groups to Help You Through Divorce

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 is painful and hard, especially if there are children involved. Your world is turned upside down, and it can be hard to return to reality and feel normal again. The problems … Continued

Common Questions About Military Divorce

People frequently seek assistance when they have questions about a particular topic. When people have questions about legal issues, they tend to google, ask friends and family, or talk to an attorney. As lawyers specializing in family law, we get questions that run the gamut. In an effort to provide as much information as possible … Continued

Automatic Temporary Injunction: Prohibitions

When parties begin a divorce or legal separation, lots of things can change. The automatic temporary injunction can be a burdensome circumstance imposed on the parties involved in a divorce or legal separation proceedings. Because compliance with the automatic temporary injunction is crucial, we’ve taken the time in this article to highlight some of the … Continued

Military Divorce in Colorado Springs

We are forever indebted to those service members who fight to protect our liberties. While we hope only the best for these brave individuals, this is not always the case. Sometimes these individuals, for whatever reason, must go through the hardships of divorce just like any other person. However, unlike a divorce between average civilians, … Continued

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, the answer largely depends on the person’s circumstances or the nature of the relief requested. Because there is no single answer that will describe the “best” time to file, this article … Continued

Pre-Divorce Planning

If you are tensely awaiting a looming divorce, taking appropriate steps may help to put yourself in the best position possible. At the start of a divorce, legal requirements kick in.  However, if you have some advance notice that a divorce might be coming down the pike, pre-divorce planning might give you a head start. … Continued

Why the Ashley Madison Leak Won’t Affect Your Divorce

Beginning in 2000, our culture experienced phenomenal waves of technological innovation. The Internet has transformed the way we shop, exercise, look for doctors, keep in touch, and fall in love. From to Tinder, the Internet makes finding love seem as simple as filling out a survey. As our society is jettisoned into the wave … Continued

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 may be one of the biggest challenges of your life, but remember this: you are not alone. Like any trial, learning how to cope with divorce can be done, especially with … Continued

Limited Options for Colorado Spouses Not Wanting Divorce

Colorado is a no-fault state and couples can get divorced for any reason so long as one person feels the marriage is irretrievably broken. There is no requirement that one person cheats on the other or that domestic violence is involved. If your spouse has filed for divorce and you do not want to get … Continued