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How Does Unemployment Affect Alimony Payments?

Alimony, known as spousal maintenance in Colorado, is a payment one spouse must make to the other after a divorce. The purpose of alimony is to balance the incomes of both parties post-divorce. The person making alimony payments will be the higher earner. He or she will pay alimony to the lower-earning
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My Spouse Didn’t Disclose Assets in Our Divorce: C.R.C.P. 16.2

Part of any divorce case in Colorado is the required disclosure of all assets by both parties. Pursuant to Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure (C.R.C.P.) 16.2, all parties must openly acknowledge and list their assets as part of the divorce process. Each party must provide the opposing party’s counsel with asset documentation
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Colorado Divorce and Video Hearings

How the courts conduct business has significantly changed due to COVID-19. With a governmental ban on large gatherings in place, the courts in Colorado have updated their practices to eliminate in-person hearings for all but emergency cases, with a few exceptions. Whether your divorce case was in its final stages when the
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How Does a Declining Stock Market Impact Your Divorce?

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to make waves around the world. A shared concern among many people has been the related economic fallout. While the US stock market plummeted at the beginning of the pandemic, it has since had several consecutive weeks of increases. As of June 2020, the US stock market was
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Dealing With Custody and Visitation Orders During the Pandemic

One of the many things the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic has affected is child custody. Divorced parents have struggled with sticking to their custody agreements amid child safety concerns and stay-at-home orders. Despite the challenges parents are facing, they must lawfully continue to obey custody and visitation orders. Parents who are having trouble with
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Colorado Divorce: Financial Obligations and COVID-19

By: Jessica A. Saldin The ever-changing environment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative effect on jobs, wages, and our economy. Like elsewhere, the Colorado economy, job market, and people’s ability to pay for things has taken a huge hit. the financial downturn, some people may be left questioning what impact,
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Defending Against a Motion to Restrict Parenting Time

By: Sarah T. McCain It can sometimes come as a surprise when you are served with a Motion to Restrict Parenting Time by your child’s other parent.  However, if they are represented by an attorney, it shouldn’t.  Pursuant to the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure, attorneys are under a duty to confer
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