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Are Celebrity Divorces the Same as Yours?

By: Sarah T. McCain While recently reading the entertainment section of the news, I came across  a story highlighting the divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Clearly most of their issues were not those that the average individual can really relate to. However, there were some items that you see in many high
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Divorce Now or Later? Facts to Inform Your Decision

By: Plog & Stein PC Chances are if you are considering divorce, you are facing difficulties in your marriage that you don’t believe you and your spouse will be able to overcome. Perhaps you have even made the decision to divorce, but are unsure what the  best time to file is. Here
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What Does “No Fault” Mean in a Colorado Divorce?

By Michelle L. Searcy Colorado law requires the court to “divide the marital property, without regard to marital misconduct, in such proportions as the court deems just, after considering all relevant factors…” §14-10-113(1), C.R.S.  People commonly refer to this provision as “no fault.”  While it seems a simple concept, parties are often
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Colorado Child Support and High Income Families

By: Stephen J. Plog As indicated in many previous Plog & Stein blog posts, Colorado Revised Statutes indicate that parents have a legal obligation to provide financial support for their children.   This requirement is manifested in child support orders flowing from child custody, divorce, or stand-alone child support cases.  Monthly child
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Controlling Life and Legal Costs During Your Divorce

By Michelle L. Searcy Comedians have written countless jokes about losing half of everything in a divorce.  While it is, by far, the most common outcome that the marital estate will be divided equally or nearly equally, parties to a divorce have considerable control over how much will be left to divide. 
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