Prenuptial agreements and divorce

Couples who sign a prenuptial agreement before marriage do so to preserve certain principles in the event of divorce. Colorado spouses who separate with a prenup in place may benefit from having it. An enforceable prenup must contain certain elements to apply in the...

How could divorce impact my business?

When you get a divorce in Colorado, it does not just affect you and your spouse. You probably know it will affect your children. It also affects your extended family. It may even affect your business if you are a business owner. That also means it affects any business...

Who gets custody of an embryo?

The advances in fertility treatments and methods couples can use to get pregnant if they are struggling with conceiving the natural way are wonderful. They give people who otherwise might be unable the chance to be parents. One of the ways science has found to help...

How do courts calculate alimony?

As you prepare for your Colorado divorce, your financial situation will become a topic of importance. After marriage, most couples become reliant on one another’s income. With shared finances, it is difficult to separate with a divorce. This is why courts may decide...

Signs of divorce

Most couples in Colorado would prefer to avoid divorce, and this can lead to ignoring certain signs that indicate the relationship is not healthy. If caught early on, couples can make the necessary changes to get their marriage back on the right track. Prevention...