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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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Understanding the First Stages of Your Family Law Case

By: Sarah T. McCain When you start a family case, the first document that you will receive from the court is called the Case Management Order. This order often includes a Notice of Initial Status Conference. After working in this field for many years, I continue to be surprised by the number
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What Happens to Alimony When the Payor Retires

By: Michelle L. Searcy Often, the longer the marriage, the longer the duration of the obligation to pay maintenance (alimony).  As a result, one party in a divorce may still have many years of support to pay, even as he or she approaches retirement age.  Unless that maintenance obligation is contractual and
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Marital Debt (Joint vs. Individual) in a Divorce

By:  Sarah T. McCain In every Colorado divorce proceeding, the court will require each party to complete and file a Sworn Financial Statement.  This requirement regarding financial disclosures in a divorce comes from C.R.C.P. Rule 16.2. Among the variety of items that you are required to list on that SFS is debt,
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Financial Disclosures and Divorce

By:  Sarah T. McCain In every Colorado divorce proceeding, the court will require each party to complete and file a Sworn Financial Statement.  This requirement regarding financial disclosures in a divorce comes from C.R.C.P. Rule 16.2. Among the variety of items that you are required to list on that SFS is debt,
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DISPOSING OF A MARITAL HOME BEFORE A DIVORCE IS COMPLETED

By:  Curtis Wiberg In a typical divorce where a couple are owners of a home, that home is often one of the most valuable assets of the marriage, and the issues of possession and division of the net equity can become a greatest sources of dispute.  The court is tasked with a
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