Don’t Let The Winter Blues Get You Down

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So Thanksgiving is over but Christmas is just around the corner and you’re starting to realize that with all of the cold weather coming and shorter days that you haven’t been as active as you were during the summer. This is completely natural for anyone, but it is important for…

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Paternity, DNA & Old Wives Tales

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Sure, you thought that DNA test would prove paternity once and for all right? Wrong. When unmarried couples bear children, the father is not automatically entitled to have his name on the birth certificate.  A father can have his name on the birth certificate simply by proving though a paternity action…

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Happenings Around The Firm

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Here at Divorce Matters we’ve been getting into the holiday spirit by sharing our good fortunes with others.   Over the course of November we collected three boxes filled with food that went to the Hand That Feeds Food Drive benefiting the Denver Rescue Mission.   The founding partner of…

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When Should I Get Divorced?

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As experienced Denver divorce attorneys, one of the most common questions we hear from clients concerns the timing of their divorce. While this will depend on the specific circumstances surrounding your case, the following are ramifications you will want to consider. The Best Time of Year to Get a Divorce…

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You Are Not Invited to Violate a Restraining Order

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Civil protection orders, which are called restraining orders, can be issued on a temporary or permanent basis. Many times the parties are not strangers and have or had some type of relationship. It could be any familiar relationship such as husband-wife, boyfriend and girlfriend or similar relationships. When actual violence or threats…

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5 Things To Know About Child Support Garnishments

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Child support garnishments can be sent to an employer to attach wages. For wage attachment, Child support garnishments go to the front of the line above all other garnishments except IRS liens. Wages can be garnished up to 65% of “disposable income.” That’s after tax income. So the employer first reduces wages…

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Domestic Violence Laws in Colorado

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Colorado has a very broad criminal definition of domestic violence.  This is designed to provide the greatest amount of protection for a victim of domestic violence and gives the police the greatest latitude to arrest someone.  Colorado criminal law defines domestic violence as “an act or threatened an act of…

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How Much Is My Engagement Ring Worth?

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Selling the engagement ring can be a great way to move on from divorce, not only emotionally but also financially. It allows you to let go of the past and raise money that can be put towards financing your divorce or simply treating yourself. But where to sell it and how much is your engagement ring…

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