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3 Tips to Living Together During a Divorce

Going through the process of a divorce can be difficult on all levels – emotionally, spiritually, and financially. With housing prices rising and the cost of living exorbitant, moving out of the family home is not always an option even when two people decide to separate. Now, with Shelter in Place, more people are finding … Continued

Who Gets The House In A Divorce?

Often, the first issue we have to solve is where the parties are going to live. Do we continue to live together until the end of the case? Does one of us move out and if so, who pays for it? Does moving out jeopardize my interest in the home? Can I change the locks? … 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

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

Can I Get an Annulment in Colorado?

Annulment is a legal concept that makes a determination about marital status. Unlike divorce, which dissolves a legally valid marriage, an annulment in Colorado ends a marriage by declaring that it was never valid in the first place. After an annulment, the existence of the marriage is not recognized in the eyes of the law. … Continued

Can Men Be Victims of Domestic Abuse?

Like women, men can also be victims of domestic abuse. It isn’t as easy to identify, for a number of reasons, but it can be a serious threat. If you are being abused, or if you know someone who is being abused, there are ways to identify the signs. There are also helpful resources should … 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