Custody disputes and financial stability

When a married couple splits up, many questions sometimes come to mind, such as how the court will decide to split up marital property and who will have custody of the kids. Custody disputes frequently become contentious and they place a lot of strain on both parents....

An alternative to co-parenting exists

In some divorces, an easy or amicable resolution is hard to reach. Divorce proceedings may cause anger, frustration and make it almost impossible to negotiate in good faith.  It is hard to imagine co-parenting when you and your spouse always argue. Does all the strife...

What spouses should understand about QDROs

One important issue many divorcing couples deal with is how to divide up their retirement plans. This can be a complicated process, and in many instances a judge has to issue a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) to split the contents of a retirement account...

3 tips to help make joint custody work

Sharing the custody of your children with your ex-spouse is not an easy thing to do. It means that you do not see your children every day. You may miss out on important events in their lives. There is no doubt that it is tough. However, Colorado courts try to create a...