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Who Gets the House in a Divorce?

Who Gets the House in a Divorce?

In Colorado, the primary caregiver often gets the house in a divorce. The courts may allow the person with the children to stay in the house because there is a belief that it is in the best interest of the children. However, this is not always the case and the issue...
Types of Parenting Plans & Custody Schedules in 2021

Types of Parenting Plans & Custody Schedules in 2021

When you have children and are trying to determine a good parenting plan, there are many considerations. To begin, legally, the word “custody” is no longer used by the courts. But “custody” is typically the easiest way for non-lawyers to understand what is legally...
The Effects of Domestic Violence on Parental Rights

The Effects of Domestic Violence on Parental Rights

What is Domestic Violence? Domestic violence is about control and can take many forms. While most people envision domestic violence as purely physical abuse, that is not always the case. Domestic violence can also be emotional and psychological abuse. In fact, usually...
Divorce Statistics in Colorado – (2020 Updates)

Divorce Statistics in Colorado – (2020 Updates)

Searching for the most up-to-date statistics for divorce in Colorado? Don’t worry, you are not alone. We have spent the time to consolidate the research into one convenient place and tried to make it most relevant to people in Colorado. Keep reading to learn...
2020 Colorado Child Support Changes (Updated)

2020 Colorado Child Support Changes (Updated)

The Colorado law on child support is always evolving. House Bill 19-1215 changed the existing requirements for child support in a variety of ways in 2019 and 2020. Most importantly, the law reduces the number of months that a Colorado court will “presume” a newborn’s...