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Tips for protecting children from the impact of divorce

Divorced parents in Colorado can help lessen the impact of the divorce on their children by working together to help them adjust. Their children should not be made to feel guilty for expressing love for parents and stepparents and wanting to spend time with them, and parents should avoid negative remarks about one another in front of the children.

Could mediation be the right approach for your divorce?

When you decide to move forward with divorce, you may not be certain that you want to go through a stressful, contentious battle with your spouse in a Colorado family courtroom. Fortunately, the divorce process can be much easier than that, and you may not even have to go to court at all. When you resolve your disputes out of court, you can save yourself the time, money and hassle associated with traditional divorce litigation.

Money surprises can affect your post-divorce future

Divorce is a complicated process, and like most people facing the end of their marriage, you probably have serious concerns about what this process will mean for your financial future. Money and division of marital property are some of the most hotly contested issues in a divorce, and you may feel overwhelmed just thinking about it.

Prenups and other ways to safeguard finances in case of divorce

Some people may assume that if they keep their marital finances separate, a court will not require them to split any of that property in case of divorce. In an equitable division state like Colorado, the assets that individuals earn may be considered their own separate property, but people should not count on this being the case. An attorney for a spouse may successfully argue that these assets should be shared. If this is the case, the assets will be divided equitably.

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When faced with divorce or a child custody dispute, you may feel paralyzed as you grieve the loss of a relationship. But you need to take action. Once we take over the legal issues, you will be able to move toward a new normal.

To schedule a free initial appointment with one of our skilled lawyers, please call 720-739-1770. Sending us an online message is another easy way to get started.

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