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Creating a Custody Agreement When Divorcing

There’s no denying that going through a divorce is never easy. But for those parents who also need to negotiate the custody of their children, things can become even more difficult. In fact, divorce can cause a plethora of long-term effects on children’s emotional and mental development.

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New Tax Law Will Affect Spousal Maintenance

Under current law, a person paying financial support to an ex spouse can deduct that amount from their income and the receiving spouse must claim that support as income. That will all change come January 1, 2019. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 2018 (H.R.1)

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4 Reasons Why You Need a Great Divorce Lawyer

There’s no way around it – divorce can be stressful. It can take a while to complete, and the paperwork? Confusing at best. But it doesn’t have to be. Although it’s unfortunate, divorce is common. According to the CDC, there were over eight hundred thousand

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4 Things You Need to Know About Colorado Divorce Law

First up, some good news. Divorce rates in the United States have dropped to a 40-year low! The bad news, though, is the drop isn’t good enough to guarantee you the long, happy marriage you’re (or were) hoping for. In fact, Colorado is one of

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3 Common Mistakes That May Hurt Your Divorce Case

Marriage is supposed to be a never-ending union between two people. However, the reality is that a large portion of the married population ends up in divorce. In 2015, nearly 17 out of every 1000 married women got a divorce. This was about .017% percent

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