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June 22, 2019 | Firm News

How to modify a Colorado custody agreement

Even if you and your child’s other parent have been successfully raising your children together for several years after the end of the relationship, new circumstances may require a new custody agreement. Fortunately, either parent can request a custody modification in Colorado. When life changes require a custody agreement that reflects your current situation, you…

June 14, 2019 | Firm News

Can you move out of state with kids after a Colorado divorce?

For any number of reasons, you may find yourself considering moving out of the state. As a divorced parent in Colorado, though, there is more to relocating than just making up your mind and going. If your move will significantly affect your existing parenting time schedule, you must have permission to take your child with…

June 4, 2019 | Firm News

Is there a child support cap in Colorado?

The purpose of child support in Colorado is to ensure that separated parents are able to provide their children with the same standard of living post-divorce as they would have provided had they stayed married. To ensure this is possible, the courts require both parents to contribute the same amount of financial support they would…

May 30, 2019 | Firm News

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 discusses various red flags couples should be aware of and act…

May 30, 2019 | Firm News

Is your spouse hiding money from you during your divorce?

When Colorado residents file for divorce, the long process of dividing assets and child custody starts. While some divorces are amicable, there are couples who do whatever they can to avoid paying what rightfully belongs to the other spouse under the law. If you fear that your soon to be ex-spouse is hiding money from…

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