Category Archives : Family Law

  • 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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  • Family Law: Seeking Peace of Mind

    Posted on September 28, 2022

    Family law cases relate to matters that affect your family, and as a result, they can be very anxiety-inducing. Your parental and financial rights are so critical that having peace of mind as you move forward through the legal process is paramount, and an experienced Colorado family law attorney can help you accomplish this.  Common Family Law Matters Family law guides a wide range of legal concerns that affect families.  Divorce Divorce i...

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  • What to Bring to a First Meeting with a Family Law Attorney?

    Posted on August 8, 2022

    If you’ve never met a lawyer, you might be feeling intimidated. On top of that, family issues are so personal that they can be even more intimidating. In this article, you’ll learn what kind of cases family lawyers handle, what to look forward to at the first meeting (including what to bring with you), and when it’s time to seek the help of a family law attorney. What Constitutes “Family Law”?  Family law emphasizes issues concernin...

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  • How Divorce Mediation Can Save Resources

    Posted on July 28, 2022

    Divorce Mediation Save Resources Like many challenging ventures in life, divorce is a process. You can't decide you want a divorce one day and expect to be divorced the next. For some, this process can drag on for months or even years, all the while wasting time and money. There are different approaches to getting divorced, and no approach is one-size-fits-all. Your divorce is going to be a unique process, just like your relationship with yo...

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  • What Are the Differences Between Custody & Legal Guardianship?

    Posted on July 22, 2022

    When it comes to children, parents simply want to ensure that their children will be provided for protected. Guardianship and custody are two different legal appointments that accomplish this, and you should seek the help of an Aurora CO family law attorney when you need assistance securing custody rights or a guardianship appointment. While guardianship and custody are similar in their concepts, there is a distinct legal difference between t...

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  • What Are the Penalties for Lying in a Colorado Family Court?

    Posted on July 19, 2022

    There are indeed consequences for lying in family court. Sometimes people get an attitude that a child custody hearing or a divorce deposition isn’t a “real” court because it’s not a criminal court. Please don’t make that mistake. An oath is an oath, regardless of which court or legal proceeding you are involved in. Lying about your income, your relationship with your child, or incidents during your marriage are all punishable offenses...

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