Category Archives: Uncategorized

Divorce Financial Considerations for Stay-at-Home Moms

Stay-at-home moms who have spent many of their married years as mothers who maintain the household and head child-rearing while relying on the income of their spouses may be intimidated by the prospect of divorce. Indeed, not only is divorce an emotional process for anyone, but for a stay-at-home mom who has always been dependent...

Transmuted Assets and Colorado Divorces

One of the most complicated elements of getting a divorce in Colorado is that of deciding how assets and debts will be divided amongst the parties to the marriage/divorce. While Colorado law holds that property and debts must be divided in a manner that is equitable, understanding the difference between marital vs. separate assets, how...

What to Do Before You File for Divorce in Colorado

Getting a divorce can be an emotionally traumatic event, and one that has huge implications for your life–socially, mentally, and financially–moving forward. If you’re thinking about filing for a divorce in Colorado, it’s best to be as prepared for the process as possible by the time you file your divorce papers. At the offices of...

What is a QDRO?

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 are 401(k), 403(b), and pensions....