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LGBTQ Month 2018

LGBTQ Month 2018

The Legalities Surrounding Non-Heterosexual Couples Uncoupling   June is LGBTQ month and this month will, on the 26th, mark the third anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court Decision in Obergefell v. Hodges which case decided that prohibitions against same sex...
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 2017

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 2017

How does the Tax and Jobs Act of 2017 affect divorce?   On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the Act) was signed into law by President Trump. The Act represents one of the most significant overhauls to American tax law in more than 30 years; it...
How Social Media Can Impact Divorce

How Social Media Can Impact Divorce

Navigating the Courtroom in the Digital Era Unless you are a fanatical luddite, an attorney can probably find or discover a treasure trove of evidence in your social media profile to use against you. And, more importantly, it’s entirely likely that your social media...
Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law

What is a collaborative divorce? Way back to 2000, when collaborative law practice was first introduced in Colorado, people were enthusiastic to sign up, but they soon learned they had no idea what collaboration was really about. Collaboration sounded a lot nicer than...
The Difficulty of Double Dip for Self Employed Professionals

The Difficulty of Double Dip for Self Employed Professionals

How does a court treat retirement assets that are already in pay status?  Few court decisions discuss the issue of whether retirement assets in pay status are or are not also property with some present value which must be divided as an asset.  Fewer and fewer private...