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How Do Kids Change Divorce?

By | Child Custody

When couples have children, a divorce becomes much more complicated. Even if you and your spouse are committed to an amicable separation, you will need to think through your post-divorce future for the sake of your children. Come Up with a Parenting Plan Children need continuing contact with both parents,…

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How to Divorce Later in Life

By | divorce

How to Divorce Later in Life Divorce is not only for the young—and its popularity for older Americans is growing. According to statistics compiled by the National Center for Family and Marriage Research, divorce after age 50 is twice as common today as it was in 1990, and divorce for…

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Are Trusts Considered Marital Property In Divorce?

By | divorce

Parties going through a divorce often wonder how their property will be divided between themselves and their soon-to-be ex-spouse. Colorado is an equitable distribution state which means courts will attempt to divide marital property, including both assets and debts, fairly, but not necessarily equally. C.R.S. 14-10-113 provides guidance on the…

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What is a QDRO?

By | Uncategorized

QDRO stands for (Qualified Domestic Relations Order). This is an Order that can be issued by the Court in a domestic case to transfer funds from one ERISA qualified retirement account to another without any of the normal penalties. The most common accounts that are divided pursuant to a QDRO…

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