1. Understanding Colorado Common Law Marriage

    Colorado is a common law state, meaning that couples do not need to go through the formal marriage process to establish a legal union. While this makes things easier for couples who commit to each other but don’t want the pomp and circumstance of a legal marriage and wedding, it can also make thin…Read More

  2. Can I Move Out During a Divorce?

    Divorce is often one of the most stressful times of your life. One of the hardest parts of a divorce can be deciding when – and how – to leave the family house, an exceptionally emotional process. Legally, an important question is also “How will moving out affect my divorce, as well as my cust…Read More

  3. Domestic Violence and Divorce

    Divorce can be an emotional process for anyone involved, but adding the elements of domestic violence in the relationship can heighten these emotions even more. Past and current domestic violence in the relationship can play a significant part in the divorce process, especially if children are invol…Read More

  4. Understanding Spousal Support In Colorado

    A dissolution can result in many different orders, including property division, parenting time, child support, as well as spousal support. In fact, in the State of Colorado, in legal separation and dissolution cases, Colorado courts have the authority to order one spouse alimony, more commonly known…Read More

  5. Required Financial Documentation For Divorce In Colorado

    When it comes to finalizing a divorce, disclosure of information is of extreme importance. Parties need to be open and honest with each other to ensure that everything is divided fairly and accounted for before everything is finished. The State of Colorado requires parties to submit financial affida…Read More

  6. 4 Quick Questions To Ask When Seeking A Lawyer

    It is easy to say to yourself that you need to hire an attorney but how do you know you are selecting the right attorney who has your best interests at heart? Here is a quick run down of things to consider: 1. Ask About Their Strategy What will be their plan be for your case? How long they think it …Read More