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Business Ownership and Divorce

The theory of what occurs in a divorce can be summed up briefly--a legal union is severed, thus separating two people’s lives from one another. However, in practice, divorce is never that simple.  There are a whole host of possible scenarios that can add to the complexity of a divorce. While there is a myriad … Continued

Dividing Assets During Divorce

For many couples considering a divorce, their overarching concern is to safeguard their financial security. Part of this process involves dividing up assets and property accumulated during the marriage. But how do you go about this? Does the court take the lead on determining who gets the televisions, cars, and chinaware? You’ll be surprised to … Continued

Separate & Premarital Property

During a divorce, one of the issues that come up is the division of assets and debts. This blog discusses the topic of premarital property and what this might mean for your divorce. What is Premarital Property? Premarital property is property which you brought into the marriage.  This property can be small, like dishes and … Continued

Splitting Personal Property in Divorce

One of the most common questions that run through someone’s mind when thinking about divorce and splitting personal property, “What’s going to happen with my stuff?” The process of divorce can be complicated. The Court is tasked with taking two people’s lives that have been inextricably intertwined, figuring out some information about the individuals, and … Continued

Dividing Assets in Divorce

Of the many issues that occur in a divorce, there is one issue that is largely universal: division of personal property, dividing assets. Divorce is a complex and delicate process. Obviously, there is frequently a fair bit of contention and disagreement, but I bet you wouldn’t imagine that dividing personal property can sometimes be one … Continued

How To Safeguard Your Business In A Divorce

With all of the time, energy and resources you have put into it, your business is probably the most valuable asset you own. What many people don’t realize, however, is that they jeopardize everything they have worked for when they don’t take the right steps to plan for a contingency like a divorce. In a … Continued

Do Grandparents Have Custody Rights According to Colorado Family Law?

Whether a child is a baby, or just about to turn a teenager, he or she is caught between a stressful and confusing situation when parents decide to divorce. While it is obvious to think about children in their time of need, people rarely think about their grandparents. Do they just end up sitting on … Continued

The Utility of A Prenuptial Agreement

After several years of experience with divorces, and talking with so many people who have gone through the divorce process, I have seen the light. There are countless reasons that people get divorced, but the most commonly occurring one is financial troubles. When I say financial problems, I do not necessarily mean that there is … Continued

Bankruptcy and Divorce: A True Fresh Start

We’ve all heard the phrase “drowning in debt.” We’ve also heard the phrase “treading water.” If, when it comes to your debt, you are “treading water” but know you’ll soon get divorced, this article is for you. Debt is Shared Equally Jack and Jill are getting divorced. They have approximately $30,000 in debt due to … Continued