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What Constitutes A Substantial Change In Circumstance For Purposes Of Child Support Or Alimony?

 
June 16, 2022
When a marriage ends, along with dividing marital assets, many divorce judgments include child support and alimony to ensure that children and former spouses can continue to live in the same standard as they were prior to the divorce. Like wages, however, the amounts ordered for child support and alimony at the time of the […]
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Spending of Marital Assets Before Or During A Divorce

 
June 15, 2022
If you are facing a divorce in Colorado, one of the primary concerns is your financial rights and how your marital property will be divided between you and your divorcing spouse. In Colorado, these assets must be divided between spouses in a manner that is deemed equitable, which means fairly in relation to the relevant […]
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Protecting Generational Wealth During Your Divorce

 
June 14, 2022
Generational wealth includes assets of value that are passed from one generation of a family to the next. This can include cash, fine art, real estate, vehicles, and more. When one or more generations have worked hard to build this wealth, the family usually wants to protect it from anything that might deplete it. Creditors, […]
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Real Estate Portfolios and Divorce

 
May 27, 2022
One of the primary concerns of any divorce is protecting one’s financial rights and assets, and if you have real estate holdings, the matter is that much more complex. Often, a couple’s home is their most significant asset, and this can amount to considerable challenge when it comes to the division of marital assets in […]
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Protection Of Digital Assets In Your Divorce

 
May 20, 2022
“Digital assets” is an umbrella term that refers to a variety of electronic properties, from sentimentally valuable items like family photos to major financial assets like cryptocurrency holdings or a non-fungible token (NFT). During the divorce process, digital assets are evaluated in the same way as non-digital ones, and may be classified as either separate […]
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Student Loans and Divorce

 
May 13, 2022
Student loan debt is a significant financial factor in many marriages – and in many divorces. Financial issues are one of the primary reasons cited for divorce, which makes student loans an important variable. To make things even more complex, the manner in which student loan debt is resolved in a divorce depends upon a […]
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Divorce Settlement With A Special Needs Child

 
April 20, 2022
Most divorces can be difficult and stressful for every member of the family, but those that involve special needs children often involve their own set of unique complications. Accounting for custody agreements, child support, alimony, and other concerns in divorces with special needs children is often more complex than in divorces with no special needs […]
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Credit Scores And Divorce

 
April 18, 2022
Divorce often has major financial implications for both spouses, including significant changes in household income, expenses, and how much each spouse has left for savings each month. While divorce may not affect a credit score directly, these divorce-related financial changes certainly can. This is why individuals going through the process of divorce or who have […]
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Dissolution vs. Divorce Colorado — What Is the Difference?

 
April 17, 2022
The main difference between a dissolution and a divorce is that a dissolution is an agreement between you and your spouse without a judge intervening, whereas a divorce enlists the court’s help in ending your marriage. Although both terms are used interchangeably when discussing the lawful ending of a marriage, they are quite different. They […]
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Annulment vs. Divorce in Colorado — What Is the Difference?

 
April 16, 2022
The main difference between an annulment and a divorce is that an annulment is when a judge declares that a marriage never existed, whereas a divorce ends an existing, valid marriage. With a divorce, each spouse will be considered single once all the papers are signed. In Colorado, there is not such a thing as […]
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