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  • When Should You Change Your Custody Order?

    Posted on June 3, 2020

    Upon finalizing your divorce, you came away with child custody orders that suited you and your children’s circumstances at the time. Circumstances change, however, and as children grow, their needs also change. Colorado courts understand that modifying child custody orders is sometimes imperative to serving the involved children’s best interests, and as such, they support those changes they deem in alliance with safe and supportive living c...

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  • Reasons to Discuss a Prenuptial Agreement

    Posted on May 25, 2020

    You’re getting married, and the last thing on your mind is getting a divorce, which seemingly makes having a prenuptial agreement an unnecessary proposition. The reality is that a prenuptial agreement in no way signifies that you are hedging your bets or aren’t committed to your marriage. In fact, a prenuptial agreement can offer some serious benefits that you may want to consider. If you have questions or concerns about a prenuptial agreem...

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  • Why it is Important to Have an Attorney for an Uncontested Divorce

    Posted on May 21, 2020

    If you’re facing a divorce that you and your spouse are in complete agreement regarding, you may be tempted to proceed with an uncontested divorce without the expense or need of hiring an attorney. Such plans often backfire and can end up costing far more than you ever imagined. Working closely with an Aurora uncontested divorce lawyer is the best way to protect you and your children’s rights and financial future throughout the divorce proc...

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  • Reasons to Consider a Postnuptial Agreement

    Posted on May 14, 2020

    Many engaged couples decide to protect their interests by signing a prenuptial agreement. However, there are also many couples who do not sign an agreement for a variety of reasons. Perhaps you were too busy wedding planning to think about how an agreement might help. You might have had the impression that prenuptial agreements were unromantic, anticipated a future divorce, or were only for very wealthy people. In any event, you might think th...

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  • How Can COVID-19 Affect a Pending Divorce Case?

    Posted on April 21, 2020

    The world as you know it has all but stopped. Your office is now your home office, your kids are out of school, your favorite restaurant is closed, and the sporting events you were looking forward to being canceled. If you have a pending divorce case, you are probably wondering how the COVID-19 court closures will impact your case. You can discuss how the court closures and other recent changes will affect your divorce with an experienced Auror...

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  • Getting an Emergency Order When Courts are Closed

    Posted on April 14, 2020

    It seems that nearly everything in life has come to a screeching halt amid concerns over COVID-19. Suddenly everything is closed, and services are limited. During this already stressful time, your family and relationship issues haven't halted but instead have become more intense and urgent. The courts are closed, but you still need help. The good news is that a knowledgeable Aurora family law lawyer can still help you get the emergency order yo...

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