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  • What Happens if a Domestic Violence Victim Doesn’t Show Up for Court?

    Posted on August 30, 2023

    You've decided to take your domestic violence case to court and you've been granted a hearing. But now, for whatever reason, you can't make it to your hearing and you're scared of being penalized or missing an important opportunity for justice. It is important to remember that no matter what the courts decide or how much time passes, you have the right to be safe from violence. In the context of a domestic violence case, it is very important ...

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  • Who Pays the QDRO Fees in Divorce?

    Posted on June 28, 2023

    Divorce can be a complex and financially straining process, especially when it comes to determining who pays the fees for a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO). A fair approach to dividing these fees is a 50/50 split between both parties. In this blog, we'll explore the intricacies of QDROs, from understanding their purpose to determining their costs. We'll also discuss the role of a divorce attorney in filing a QDRO, how it affects a spo...

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  • How To Find a Good Divorce Attorney

    Posted on June 12, 2023

    Back in 2021, there were over 689,000 divorces occurred in the United States, with the average cost of divorce ranging between $15,000 and $20,000. Navigating the complex world of divorce law can be a daunting task, especially when emotions are running high and your future is at stake. Choosing the right divorce attorney is a crucial decision that can significantly impact the outcome of your case. This article will provide valuable insights ...

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  • What Happens if You Divorce a Disabled Spouse?

    Posted on May 19, 2023

    When embarking on the divorce process, understanding the implications it has on a disabled spouse becomes critical. For those asking, "What happens if you divorce a disabled spouse?" there are several key factors to consider. Because your spouse has a disability, you may find that your court-ordered level of spousal support exceeds what's typically expected. Colorado family law stipulates that lifelong support is awarded in extreme cases, like ...

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  • A Guide on How Property Division in Divorce Works

    Posted on May 1, 2023

    Are you going through a divorce and wondering how property division works? It can be complicated, but understanding the basics can make it easier. The divorce process can be emotional and stressful, but understanding how property division works can help alleviate some of the anxiety. In Colorado, property division is based on the principle of equitable distribution. It means that marital property, including assets and debts acquired during...

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  • How Long Does it Take to Finalize Divorce in Colorado?

    Posted on April 12, 2023

    If you're considering a divorce in Colorado, you may be wondering how long the process will take. The answer depends on several factors, including whether your divorce is contested or uncontested. In a contested divorce, where the parties cannot agree on all issues, the process can take longer, usually around 9 months. On the other hand, an uncontested divorce, where the parties agree on all issues, can be finalized in as little as 6 months....

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