Category Archives: divorce

Selling Possessions Before a Divorce

Before a divorce can be finalized in Colorado, the separating couple must come to an agreement about the division of property, alimony, and spousal support. These can be some of the most contentious issues in a divorce, especially if the divorce is acrimonious. As you navigate the divorce process, it’s important that you understand the...

Can I Afford to Seek a Contempt Citation?

If you thought getting divorced was hard, you might be surprised that getting your ex to pay child support or alimony or stick to the parenting plan turns out to be much harder. As experienced Denver family law attorneys, we have seen some exes openly flout court orders and get away with it. If your...

So Your Ex Is Not Paying Child Support…

Getting a divorce can feel a little like running a marathon. Once you reach the end, you might collapse in a heap and tell yourself, “Never again.” Unfortunately, in many situations, the real trouble has only just begun. Now, you need to spend one or two decades co-parenting with your ex, which often involves one...

3 Ways To Reclaim Valentine’s Day After Divorce

It’s that time of year again, the day the whole world celebrates love. With all of the focus being put towards having the most romantic day ever, this day can often feel painful to those who have recently gone through divorce. But it doesn’t have to be! All of the cards and balloons in the...

Which Kinds of Couples Should Steer Away from Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative divorce is a great option for divorcing couples who are willing to work together to reach appropriate divorce solutions for their unique circumstances. When a couple chooses collaborative divorce, they can save a lot of money and get through the divorce process with minimal stress. But collaborative divorce is not the right choice for...

You Should Prenup

Getting married and deciding to merge your life and your finances with another person in a legal way is a huge decision. And once the decision to marry is made, there are numerous other decisions that follow, too, such as what type of wedding you’ll have, how you will divide household tasks and earnings, and...

Signs Your Spouse is Looking for a Divorce

For many people, divorce strikes like a bolt out of the blue. One day, you are muddling along in the marriage, trying your best, but the next your spouse sits you down to tell you it is all over. No questions asked. Should you have seen the writing on the wall? Many people point to...

Should You Stay Together for the Kids?

Should You Stay Together for the Kids? Everyone has heard the phrase, “Staying together for the kids.” But is it always a good idea? To decide whether sticking it out for the sake of your children is the right option for you, you should analyze the pros and cons. Pro: It Will be Easier Financially...

How to Divorce Later in Life

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 those 65 or older is...