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How to File for Divorce in Colorado

How to File for Divorce in Colorado

The divorce process is often emotionally taxing and can be one of the most difficult decisions you will make. Despite the complexities and unique issues, the process of initiating a divorce with the court is relatively straightforward. Generally speaking, there are...
Prenuptial Agreements in Colorado

Prenuptial Agreements in Colorado

Prenuptial agreements are a trend among the millennial generation. It is not entirely clear yet, but perhaps millennials are signing prenuptial agreements because they are more cautious about marriage than their baby boomer parents, or perhaps they are entering into...
Top 6 Signs that your spouse is cheating

Top 6 Signs that your spouse is cheating

The sooner you know what is going on, the sooner you can try to protect yourself. Divorce attorneys, Eliza Steinberg, and Suzanne Griffiths share the top 6 signs that your spouse is cheating. 1. They have a new focus on their appearance When your spouse starts their...
As Seen in O, The Oprah Magazine & Entrepreneur

As Seen in O, The Oprah Magazine & Entrepreneur

Griffiths Law’s own Suzanne Griffiths was featured in O, the Oprah Magazine & Entrepreneur as a leading woman in business. Suzanne talks about the law firm and case outcomes.  View the article here. Suzanne Griffiths is the managing shareholder, CFO and...
Is Colorado an Equitable Distribution State?

Is Colorado an Equitable Distribution State?

Colorado courts divide the property of divorcing couples using a method called “equitable distribution.” But what does that mean? Does it mean equally? Not necessarily. What Does “Equitable Distribution” Mean? Colorado judges are not required to divide a marital...