At the end of April, I posted an article regarding the timing of filing your Colorado divorce case. Though I had strived to start answering questions sooner, May slipped away from me, with my children’s school ending, vacations, and the busy pace that comes with being a Denver divorce attorney.
As we move into June, I am now refreshed, focused, and back in the literary saddle, ready to continue informing my readers as to all aspects of Colorado custody, divorce, and child support law. Below are what I will call “Round 1″ of the answers and explanations related to the questions posed in my last posting.
As each divorce and custody lawyer in Denver has his or her own opinion, my answers and explanations are subjective in nature. Furthermore, there is no “right” or “wrong” answer and there are many differing factual variables which, in a real life divorce setting, could change the answer or explanation set forth below.