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    • Annulment v. Divorce v. Separation

      If you and your spouse no longer wish to be married, you should speak with an experienced Denver divorce lawyer at Denver Family Lawyers about whether you should file for a divorce, legal separation, ...

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    • The Purpose of a Father's Rights Attorney

      “Fathers’ rights” is a relatively new term in family law, and describes a man’s rights to equal treatment in regards to child support , child custody , and visitation. In the past, when a couple would ...

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    • Domestic Violence and Child Custody Cases

      How Domestic Violence Can Impact a Dispute over Children in Colorado Domestic violence is an important factor in family proceedings in Colorado but it’s not always as easy to define as we might think. ...

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    • Are Your Colorado Taxable Distributions Considered Income?

      Issue: Are taxable distributions for a closely-held company included in gross income for purposes of child support? Answer: Only those distributions actually distributed are included in gross income. ...

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    • The Purpose of a Father's Rights Attorney

      “Fathers’ rights” is a relatively new term in family law, and describes a man’s rights to equal treatment in regards to child support , child custody , and visitation. In the past, when a couple would ...

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    • Why Do Parents Have to Pay Child Support?

      When it comes to the topic of child support , many parents wonder why it is that they have to make payments every month. This is especially true if they are making the payments to an ex-spouse or ...

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    • Bristol Palin Wins Child Support Case

      More than a year after her son was born, Bristol Palin has finally received the court order she needed to collect money from her son’s father, Levi Johnston. An Alaska judge recently awarded Bristol ...

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    • Social Media And Divorce: Do Not Overshare

      Do you use social media to share things about your personal life with others? Do you post information, complaints, comments, personal items or gossip to your Facebook wall? Do you tweet them? Are you ...

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    • Facebook is Not Your Friend During a Divorce

      Divorce attorneys agree that Facebook and other social networking sites such as MySpace and Twitter are being used for more than just meeting new people and catching up with old friends. According to ...

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    • Annulment v. Divorce v. Separation

      If you and your spouse no longer wish to be married, you should speak with an experienced Denver divorce lawyer at Denver Family Lawyers about whether you should file for a divorce, legal separation, ...

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    • Actress Kate Winslet and Director Husband Sam Mendes Are Divorcing

      It appears another Hollywood couple is heading to divorce court. Actress Kate Winslet and Director Sam Mendes have decided to end their 7-year marriage. Fortunately, the divorce is not expected to be ...

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    • Factors for Determining Child Custody

      When the court is asked to establish a child custody arrangement, the court will take several important factors into consideration before making its ruling. First and foremost, the court’s main ...

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    • There is More to a Relationship than Money

      A man wound up in court for a divorce and insisted that he had been a good husband and father. He did not want a divorce. As proof, he noted that he had provided all the money his wife and children ...

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    • Social Media And Divorce: Do Not Overshare

      Do you use social media to share things about your personal life with others? Do you post information, complaints, comments, personal items or gossip to your Facebook wall? Do you tweet them? Are you ...

      Read More
    • Are Your Colorado Taxable Distributions Considered Income?

      Issue: Are taxable distributions for a closely-held company included in gross income for purposes of child support? Answer: Only those distributions actually distributed are included in gross income. ...

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    • Facebook Continues To Be An Issue

      A woman in India recently filed for divorce after her husband neglected to change his relationship status on Facebook to “married” for two months after they were married. The husband replied that the ...

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    • The Purpose of a Father's Rights Attorney

      “Fathers’ rights” is a relatively new term in family law, and describes a man’s rights to equal treatment in regards to child support , child custody , and visitation. In the past, when a couple would ...

      Read More
    • Annulment v. Divorce v. Separation

      If you and your spouse no longer wish to be married, you should speak with an experienced Denver divorce lawyer at Denver Family Lawyers about whether you should file for a divorce, legal separation, ...

      Read More
    • John Edwards and Wife Elizabeth Legally Separate

      Months after revealing he fathered a child with another woman, former Democratic presidential candidate and U.S. Senator John Edwards is separating from his wife of more than 30 years. According to ...

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    • What is Divorce Mediation?

      Mediation is a way for a couple to resolve their divorce without having to go to court. Mediation is not only incredibly effective, but many people find meditation to be one of the best ways to settle ...

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    • What is Parenting Time?

      Parenting time is a relatively new term previously used to describe visitation. In the state of Colorado, all divorced or separated parents are required to have a parenting time schedule on file with ...

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    • Colorado Property Division Laws

      One of the most important issues to address in any divorce is property division. Colorado law states that all marital property will be subjected to equitable distribution. It’s important to understand ...

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    • Spousal Maintenance - An Overview

      Spousal maintenance , also referred to as alimony or spousal support, is often included as part of a divorce settlement. It is important to remember that maintenance is not automatically awarded. ...

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    • Why Do Parents Have to Pay Child Support?

      When it comes to the topic of child support , many parents wonder why it is that they have to make payments every month. This is especially true if they are making the payments to an ex-spouse or ...

      Read More
    • What is Parenting Time?

      Parenting time is a relatively new term previously used to describe visitation. In the state of Colorado, all divorced or separated parents are required to have a parenting time schedule on file with ...

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