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Colorado Divorce Law

January 18, 2022
The divorce process is much less intimidating when all parties involved have a basic understanding of the terminology the courts use and how the basic process works. Though no case is the same, some factors stay consistent. Consider the following overview of divorce law in the state of Colorado. How Do CO Courts View Divorce? […]
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How to File for Custody of a Child in Colorado in 2022

January 17, 2022
In cases of child custody, the courts consider many different factors. These may include whether a parent is seeking to change an existing custody agreement, whether they had children outside of marriage, and whether they are currently married and filing for divorce, among mitigating elements. The Basics of How to File for Child Custody in […]
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How to File for Divorce in Denver, Colorado in 2022

January 16, 2022
Filing for a divorce in Colorado isn’t complicated, but having an attorney guide you through each phase can make the process less intimidating. As a no-fault divorce state, Colorado courts do not assign either party fault for the dissolution. Consider the following steps to file for divorce in Denver. Talk with someone you trust. Individuals […]
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Is Child Support Taxable?

December 24, 2021
Parents have a personal and financial responsibility to take care of their children. A child’s best interests must be considered at all times, and particularly so when two parents decide to part ways. If you were a parent that was court-ordered to pay child support or if you were able to come to an agreement […]
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Navigating the Family Support Registry in Colorado

December 23, 2021
When you are divorcing or separating from your partner and you share children, the financial costs of the children will be assessed. If one party must pay child support to the other, it can be done through the Family Support Registry in Colorado, according to the Colorado Office of Economic Security Division of Child Support […]
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Understanding the Colorado Intestate Process

December 22, 2021
Having a comprehensive estate plan in place and checking in on it regularly while still healthy can substantially improve the chances that all wealth and assets built over a lifetime and included in an estate will be distributed per the decedent’s true wishes. In the absence of an estate plan or any valid documentation indicating […]
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How Much Does a Divorce Cost in Colorado?

December 21, 2021
Divorces are like marriages – each one is different. When facing a divorce, there are obvious emotion challenges, but spouses often face a great deal of anxiety regarding the financial costs of a divorce. Many spouses quickly ask: How much does a divorce cost in Colorado? Unfortunately, there is not one clear cut answer regarding […]
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Is Colorado A Common Law Marriage State?

November 19, 2021
If you and a partner have lived together for a significant period of time, you may be wondering whether you qualify for common law marriage in Colorado. The experienced family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group can help you with this question and any other questions you may have about common law marriage. Contact our […]
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What Does Allocation of Parental Rights Mean in Colorado?

November 18, 2021
If you are going through the process of a divorce, you may have asked yourself, “What does allocation of parental rights mean in Colorado?” Our family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group can help. Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation - Phone (720) 463-4333 Text-to-Chat (720) 730-4558 Custody Process in Colorado Allocation […]
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Is Colorado a No Fault Divorce State?

November 17, 2021
If you or someone you know is pursuing a no fault divorce in Colorado, you may have questions about the process and whether or not a no fault divorce is for you. Our family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group are experienced in no fault divorces and will passionately advocate for your needs and let […]
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Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trust

November 16, 2021
Are you looking for guidance on how to establish either a revocable or an irrevocable trust? Trusts are often a very common part of an estate plan. However, determining which type of trust is best for you depends on your goals for the assets that will be placed into the trust. Understanding what the differences […]
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How To Create A Will In Colorado

October 21, 2021
A Last Will and Testament (will) is an important estate planning document that every person, regardless of financial status, should consider creating. Many people make the mistake of putting off their will until a later date; this is a huge mistake, as we are never guaranteed tomorrow. Whether a person is 18 or 80, the […]
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What Is A Civil Union In Colorado?

October 20, 2021
Colorado is one of several states that allow civil unions, whether with opposite or same-sex couples. Civil unions were authorized by legislature in our state in 2013, just one year prior to the recognition of same-sex marriage by Colorado courts and the United States Supreme Court. What is a civil union in Colorado? Basically, it […]
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Colorado Custody Laws For Unmarried Parents

October 19, 2021
In Colorado, issues between unmarried parents are handled similarly to how custody battles between married parents are handled. In today's society, there are many unwed couples who share children - almost as many as married couples with children. When parents are not married, issues such as childcare and custody become even more important as the […]
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How Long Does a Divorce Take in Colorado?

October 18, 2021
Divorce is difficult for everyone involved, especially when a couple has children. Deciding to end a marriage is stressful; the emotional and mental toll can be hard to deal with, even for the spouse who initiated the divorce. Families of both partners are affected, especially in marriages lasting a decade, 20 years, or even longer. […]
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What Are a Father's Rights in Colorado?

October 4, 2021
Colorado is committed to protecting parents’ rights, and fathers’ rights mirror those of mothers. If you have concerns related to your parental rights as a father, Johnson Law Group has experience with Colorado custody laws specifically regarding fathers’ rights and can ensure your legal rights remain protected. Your rights as a father are separate from […]
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Does Colorado Recognize Domestic Partnerships

October 1, 2021
The State of Colorado does recognize domestic partnerships, and there are specific steps that you can take to establish this relationship in the eyes of the law. Domestic partnerships are also called civil unions, and while a domestic partnership can be very similar to a marriage, there are also distinctions that it is important to […]
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Differences Between a Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trust

September 30, 2021
If you are considering the differences between a revocable vs irrevocable trust and which one is right for you, the experienced Colorado estate planning attorneys at Johnson Law Group are prepared to help you make well-informed decisions that serve your estate planning needs. Estate planning is often complicated but protecting your financial legacy and planning […]
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How to File for Legal Separation in Colorado

September 29, 2021
For some couples who are facing marital concerns, legal separation is a better fit than divorce. If you are one of these couples, the experienced family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group are prepared to skillfully guide you regarding how to file for legal separation in Colorado. Some couples choose to legally separate rather than […]
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When Does Child Support End In Colorado?

September 3, 2021
If you are paying child support in the state of Colorado, you may be wondering when you may stop payments. Our experienced family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group can help if you are asking ‘When does child support end in Colorado?’ Contact our offices today via phone at (720) 463-4333 or text-to-chat at (720) […]
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How To File For Grandparents Rights In Colorado

September 2, 2021
There are many reasons as to why a grandparent may be seeking the right to see a grandchild.  Perhaps you are in a situation where you are estranged from your child but would like to have a relationship with your grandchild. Or perhaps your child has recently gone through a divorce and you would like […]
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Divorce Support Groups In Colorado

September 1, 2021
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, in 2019 there were 746,971 divorces reported in 45 states and D.C. Those numbers are known to have spiked significantly within the last year, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Whether you are considering filing for a divorce or have been asked for a divorce, you are most […]
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Cost Of Probate In Colorado

August 31, 2021
The Boulder County Area Agency on Aging states that fees associated with probate, which include legal and court fees, often amount to 5 percent of the estate’s total worth. Often, that amount may be less, but also with little to no estate plan and other professionals having to get involved in the process this amount […]
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Moving Out Of State During A Divorce - What To Expect

July 28, 2021
According to the United States Census Bureau, 34% of women and 33% of men over the age of twenty have been divorced. In many cases, the divorced couple may have children and must work together to ensure their children get the best possible care. This situation can quickly become complicated when a custodial parent intends […]
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Testamentary Trust 101

July 28, 2021
According to the American Association of Retired Persons, in 2017, over 70% of young adults between the ages of 18 and 36 did not have a Last Will and Testament in place. Creating an estate plan that best serves the creators, as well as the beneficiaries, can be confusing and overwhelming. Additionally, millennials, especially young […]
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What Qualifies As An Unfit Parent In Colorado?

July 28, 2021
More and more children are living in single-parent households in the United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, while 85% of children lived with two parents in 1968, that number dipped to 70% by 2020. In some cases, children may live exclusively in a single-parent household because one of the parents qualifies as […]
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Annulments 101 in Colorado

July 28, 2021
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the marriage rate in 2019 was 6.1 per 1,000 people and the divorce rate was 2.7 per 1,000 people. The ratio between marriage and divorce rates is fairly high and the fact of the matter is that many Americans, at some point in their life, may […]
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What Happens To Bitcoin In A Divorce?

July 1, 2021
As cryptocurrency becomes a more popular form of currency, it is important to understand how bitcoin, an unregulated form of cryptocurrency, might be treated in a divorce. Our experienced attorneys at Johnson Law Group can advise you on situations related to bitcoin and your divorce. Contact us today by phone at (720) 463-4333 or text-to-chat […]
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What Is The Most Common Visitation Schedule In Colorado?

June 30, 2021
Have you recently gone through a divorce or are you in a custody matter that requires a parenting time schedule? Our family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group can help. While parenting time schedules are unique to each situation, we can guide you on Colorado law and how to put in place a parenting time […]
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Can A Small Estate Avoid Probate In Colorado?

June 29, 2021
If you have recently lost a loved one or are wondering if you have a small estate that can avoid probate, our experienced estate planning attorneys can help answer your questions. Contact our compassionate and dedicated legal team at Johnson Law Group today to discuss if this is an option for you. You can reach […]
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