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The road to divorce can sometimes be simple, but more often than not, there’s at least one or two complicating detours.
In Colorado, what most parents think of as “child custody” actually encompasses two separate concepts.
The mere mention of these two words often raises uncomfortable feelings, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
There is a specific order of considerations Colorado courts must make when determining how and whether to divide all aspects of the marital assets and debts.
The term “post-decree modification” is a term used to broadly refer to any modification of an existing court order that is pursued after the court has already issued your initial permanent orders.
Colorado’s laws regarding spousal maintenance (a.k.a., “alimony”) have undergone significant changes in the last decade.
Domestic violence occurs in more homes than most people think and can include more types of behavior than just physical violence.
It is often the case that children get caught in the middle of their parents’ conflicts surrounding their divorce or custody case.