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March 15, 2024 | Asset Division, Divorce

What To Do If Your Spouse is Hiding Assets During a Divorce

Divorce is a tumultuous and emotionally taxing process. If you suspect your spouse is hiding assets to undermine your share of the marital property division, you need to protect yourself and ensure you receive a fair divorce settlement. The following provides information about guarding yourself against spousal nondisclosure and hidden assets in a Colorado divorce….

February 20, 2024 | Divorce

How Will My Pension Be Affected in a Divorce?

Next to the marital home, retirement accounts are among the most considerable marital assets. This includes public and private pensions. Colorado is an equitable division state. Therefore, pensions and other marital property are equitably divided between spouses upon divorce. An equitable division is based on fairness, not equality. The following article outlines how a Colorado…

February 9, 2024 | Divorce

How Colorado’s Equitable Distribution Laws Impact A Divorce

In Colorado, the court divides marital property “equitably” between divorcing spouses. An equitable division of marital property is as close to fair as possible, but it is not necessarily equal. Colorado’s equitable division laws apply to both marital assets and debts. Spouses are encouraged to reach a mutually acceptable property agreement for the court’s approval…

Why You Might Need a Divorce Lawyer Even with a Prenup

What is a Prenup? A prenup or prenuptial agreement is a legal contract signed by future spouses before marriage created by the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act in 1983. Colorado adopted this act in 2014 under Colorado Stat. §14-2-301. A prenup defines property rights and financial obligations between future spouses. It designates the division of…

January 9, 2024 | Divorce

The Role of Forensic Accountants in High Asset Divorce Cases

A high asset divorce case typically involves significant wealth from a variety of sources. High asset divorces may include any of the following: Retirement accounts; Real estate holdings; Business ownership; Offshore assets; Stock portfolios; Personal bank accounts; Trusts; Art collections; and Family wealth. Dividing property, liabilities, and income in a high asset divorce case can…

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