Blog articles

Our blog provides practical information and useful tips. This blog is an excellent resource for individuals with Denver, Colorado specific family law questions and advisors whose clients may encounter family law issues.

Blog articles

Our blog provides practical information and useful tips. This blog is an excellent resource for individuals with Denver, Colorado specific family law questions and advisors whose clients may encounter family law issues.

  • May 2, 2021
    Don’t Wait to Hire an Attorney One of the most common mistakes people make during a divorce is waiting to hire an attorney. While an experienced lawyer can provide invaluable assistance with the process, they can also help you avoid serious mistakes. By retaining legal counsel early in the process, you can avoid these issues...
  • April 9, 2021
    In family law matters such as divorce and child custody, the quality of counsel you retain can play an enormous role in the outcome of your case. It can be hard to know what to look for – although online reviews are helpful, nothing beats a face-to-face meeting with your attorney. In this blog, we...
  • March 15, 2021
    Lower Costs It’s no secret that expenses for divorce procedures can easily rack up. Since the process for an uncontested divorce is shorter, there are lower attorney fees and court costs for both parties. Divorces are stressful enough already without the added pressure of financial burdens and worrying about covering the overwhelming legal costs. With...
  • February 11, 2021
    Permanent Spousal Maintenance Lasts Forever When it comes to spousal maintenance payments, the word “permanent” isn’t necessarily the best to describe most settlements. In fact, truly permanent lifelong maintenance is becoming increasingly rare. The term “permanent” in this case merely refers to the fact that the payments do continue for a designated length of time...
  • February 3, 2021
    If you are being subjected to emotional abuse, there is some good news: you do not have to take it and you can move out without issue. In fact, you should get out quickly to help preserve your own physical or emotional safety. In these instances, you can request temporary protective orders from judges. Keeping...
  • January 6, 2021
    Avoid Blaming You can explain the terms of your divorce with your child without being overly critical of your ex-spouse. While this may be difficult to do, especially if the marriage is ending due to the actions of one particular parent, your child will see that there is still a mutual respect between you and...

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