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  • November 17, 2022
    Going through a divorce is never an easy process. However, going through one without the support of an experienced Denver divorce attorney is even more challenging. A divorce can be emotionally stressful, time-consuming, and of course, expensive. Without guidance from a divorce attorney who understands the intricacies of a divorce process, these issues tend to...
  • September 30, 2022
    When you’re facing a legal matter that will impact the relationships in your family, you shouldn’t hire any general lawyer for your legal needs. Instead, you’ll want an attorney who has the specific experiences and resources to help you attain your goals. This is where family law comes in. Family law is a specific field...
  • September 15, 2022
    Deciding to pursue a divorce is an important decision. But after that, what’s the next big decision you’ll need to make? Finding the right Denver divorce attorney for your divorce case. No two divorces are the exact same. Whether pursuing an uncontested divorce, mediated divorce, litigated divorce, or a military divorce, you’ll want the experience...
  • August 26, 2022
    When entering into a divorce, financial costs are always one of the top concerns for everyone involved. It’s no secret that divorce cases can drag on and quickly become expensive, but this doesn’t mean that you should allow financial concerns to dictate your decisions about your family. If you believe that a divorce is the...
  • May 3, 2021
    1. Don’t Commit Any Bad FoulsIn any divorce, you’ll want to make sure you don’t make any bad mistakes that could negatively impact the outcome of your case. It is important to listen to your attorney, and make smart, educated decisions when necessary. It is also important to avoid making emotionally-charged decisions, as these often...
  • May 2, 2021
    Myth #1: It Matters (Legally) That Your Spouse Cheated Notice that we added the qualifying term, “legally.” After all, any infidelity by your spouse undoubtedly matters to you, and is often a main factor in the decision to get a divorce. As far as the Colorado courts are concerned, though, it doesn’t matter whether or...

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