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September 2017 Archives

Your child's interests must come first in child custody cases

Your children might not have very good reactions to the fact that you are going to get a divorce. When this happens, you might find that having to deal with the child's attitude makes the situation much worse. Because this is a hard time for you and your child, you might need to think carefully about how you handle the situation.

Help your children feel comfortable in your home after a split

After a divorce, your children will usually split their time between your and your ex's home. This can be a difficult transition for a child who has only lived in one home with both parents. It is possible to help your children thrive in both homes if you take the time to plan for their time with you.

Protecting yourself financially in divorce

If you are thinking about divorcing your spouse, you may feel like leaving her or him is the hardest thing to do. However, if there are high-value assets at stake, you may find that splitting your assets is even harder. You may not want to share everything you have worked so hard for with your partner. When it comes to divorce, Colorado is a community property state. Whatever assets you and your spouse acquired during your marriage must be divided according to the rules of equitable distribution. 

Finding your way after you get a divorce

The day you sign the divorce petition is likely going to be an emotional day. You should prepare yourself for this because even if you are ready for the divorce, you will still likely have these feelings. A divorce is a major life change that often comes with a range of emotions.

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