1. What is Legal Separation in New Colorado?

    If you are married and you and your spouse want to split, you have two main options in the state of Colorado — dissolution of marriage and legal separation. When most people think about legal separation, they consider it a stepping stone to divorce, but, in fact, it is its own entity. Legal separa…Read More

  2. Child Support: What It’s For

    Child support is money paid by one parent to the other for the provision of financial support for a mutual child or children. Generally, the money is paid by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent to offset the cost burden of the child. However, in the state of Colorado, rarely is sole cus…Read More

  3. Mastering Parallel Parenting

    Divorce is a traumatic experience in anyone’s life as it symbolizes the end of a lifelong commitment two people made to each other. Generally, people do not enter into the institution of marriage lightly, so when it comes to an end, there is inevitable grief to process, especially if the end was t…Read More

  4. Do I Need an Attorney for My Divorce?

    Going through a divorce can be an emotionally-charged and stressful process. It can also be an expensive occurrence, as well. For this reason, many parties try to save on costs by settling issues related to a divorce without the help of an attorney. The decision whether to hire or not hire an attorn…Read More