Whether you have faced a sudden event in your marriage or you have endured unhappiness for too many years, you may be considering divorce, and not for the first time. However, even if you have brought your concerns to friends and family, you may still be struggling to know if you should continue keeping up appearances for the sake of the children.
Many Colorado parents enter into child support agreements each year. However, the process can seem complicated and confusing for those who are new to the system.
Divorced parents in Colorado are often able to make things easier for their children by remaining within fairly close proximity to one another. Unfortunately, this isn't always possible. Whether it's because of a job change or other life circumstances, a relocation can present some challenges for parents after a marriage comes to an end. This situation can become even more complicated if the custodial parent wishes to relocate out of state with a child.
As the new year approached and then made its appearance, you may have wondered what changes the coming year would have in store for you. You likely hoped that any new aspects would prove beneficial, even if they seemed difficult to face at first. In particular, you may have had this hope for your pending divorce case.
Dissolving your marriage can certainly be a tough emotional process for you and the other party. However, if the two of you have minor children together, the divorce process can take a toll on them, too.
Colorado residents going through a divorce have likely seen firsthand how difficult it can be to separate two lives that have been together for a period of time. The biggest challenge that they may face is dividing their assets. This is especially challenging if they have a co-owned house.