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September 2017 Archives

Consider Your Financial Reality During And After Divorce

Divorce is fraught with emotion and stress. There is just no getting around that fact. When you are stressed, it is easy to avoid difficult financial decisions and considerations. That's why it is so important to hire experts to walk you through each step along the way. Hiring someone to do the heavy lifting is the best protection you can have against doing something that has long-lasting financial implications.

The Importance Of Co-Parenting Classes

When you file for divorce or a determination of parental responsibilities in Colorado, virtually every court will require you to attend a co-parenting course offered in your area. Even if you are not required to attend a co-parenting course, we always recommend this type of course to help prepare you for life as a separated family. The courses do not necessarily need to be attended with the other parent. 

How To Break The News To Your Children

When you are considering a divorce, one of the most difficult issues you will face is how to tell your children. No one gets married and has children with a plan that they will someday want a divorce, but it happens. And when the inevitable end of your marriage is looming, you will want to make the transition as smooth as possible for your children. 

Women Need To Be Invested In A Financial Plan

Women are more likely than men to find themselves in a financial bind suddenly after becoming single whether through an unexpected divorce or the death of a spouse. No one plans to lose a spouse or get divorced, although you should. When you lose your spouse, financial obligations do not go away. If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation without a contingency plan, there are ways to plan for your future so that you can move forward confidently.

Study Supports Importance Of Shared Parenting After Divorce

Many professionals working with families - including judges, attorneys and mental health professionals - strive to make decisions and offer support based on what they believe is best for children. But what is best for children is a difficult question to answer and depends largely on individual family circumstances as well as other important factors.

Colorado Supreme Court Considers Embryo Fate After Divorce

With the advances in science and medicine and the evolving definition of family, courts are being asked to consider what happens with biological material such as embryos when the parties cannot agree following a divorce. This is a hotly debated issue in the media as well as within domestic relations law that raises various constitutional and ethical issues.

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