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3 Questions Attorneys Should Be Asking You

When you start interviewing attorneys for your family law matter, you may realize that the attorney is also asking questions to make a determination of their own. Attorneys want to make sure that the attorney-client relationship is a good fit for both the represented party and the lawyer. This is a good practice because both parties are better off when they take steps to fully evaluate any potential issues that may arise during the representation. 

Morality Of Divorce: Societal Shift Toward Greater Acceptance

A recent Gallup poll addressing the morality of divorce outlines a continuing shift in societal attitudes toward divorce. The results show that, in the view of 73% of Americans, divorce is morally acceptable. This is an all time high. The number has risen 14 percentage points from 2001.

A Father's Role: Shifting Societal Values Should Be Reflected In The Courts

Within the family law community, there are attorneys and other professionals who advocate for "fathers' rights" in divorce and custody proceedings. The existence of this movement comes from a perception that mothers have an advantage in family court proceedings. This perception, while it may be more exaggerated in some locations than others, is one which many family law professionals work hard to counter.

How Do I Prepare For My First Meeting With A Divorce Attorney?

Once you have selected a divorce attorney to meet with, you will want to begin preparing for the meeting to ensure the meeting will be as productive as possible. It is good to spend time preparing for that session so both you and the lawyer can get more out of it and so that you can get the reassurances you need.

Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights In Colorado?

Yes. States vary with regard to the process and extent of granting grandparents access to their grandchildren, but like many Colorado sets forth specific laws for how to petition for grandparent visitation. In fact, recent statutory amendments by the Colorado legislature also allow great-grandparents to petition the court for grandparent visitation rights in some circumstances.

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