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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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Collaborative Divorce: The Basics (Part 1)

By: Plog & Stein PC This part one of a two-part series on Collaborative Divorce in Colorado addresses what collaborative divorce is, who is involved, and some reasons that couples who are divorcing choose this process.   Collaborative divorce is an alternative disputes resolutions (ADR) process which couples can choose to engage in
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Failing to Show Up for Your Divorce or Custody Hearing

By: Stephen J. Plog After over twenty years of practicing family law in the Denver area, I’ve seen all sorts of odd situations.  The stories I could tell range from run of the mill tales of spouses behaving badly to the truly bizarre.   Of course I cannot tell those stories due
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Additional Changes Needed in Colorado Family Law Statutes

By:  Jessica A. Saldin A prior blog post of mine discussed recent, and upcoming, changes to the child support statute and its potential impact on Colorado family law cases.  This blog post will discuss additional changes that I believe still need to be made by the Colorado Legislature to our family law
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What is an Expert and Why are Experts Involved in Divorce Cases?

By: Plog & Stein PC An expert is somebody who is uniquely qualified by his/her education, knowledge and experience to offer opinions regarding matters that are scientific, technical or that require specialized knowledge. See C.R.E. Rule 702. Although any witness could potentially by certified as an expert by the court if he/she
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2019 Changes to Colorado Child Support Laws (Part 2)

By: Jessica A. Saldin One of our recent blog posts detailed some fairly significant changes to the Colorado child support law as relates to the consideration of voluntary unemployment and underemployment.  However, those changes are not the only changes passed by the legislature.  This article will detail some of the additional changes
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