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Benefits of a Prenup in a High Asset Divorce

A prenup or prenuptial agreement is a legal contract between two people before marriage. Prenups define each party’s property rights and outline the distribution of assets, income, and liabilities in the event of a divorce, separation, or death. There are many reasons couples choose to sign prenups. Whether you are contemplating marriage and are…

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Modifying Child Support Orders in Colorado

Families are forever changing. As families grow and age, so do the needs of family members. Some family circumstances necessitate a modification in child support payments.  If you are considering a Colorado child support modification, read the following. Then, seek the guidance of an experienced Denver child support attorney. When Can a Colorado Child…

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How is Alimony Calculated in a Colorado Divorce?

Alimony, or spousal support or maintenance, is a contentious topic in divorce. Spouses who reach an agreement on property division and child custody sometimes leave alimony for the court to resolve.  This is understandable. From the standpoint of the person being asked to make the payments there is often both an emotional response as…

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How are Business Assets Divided in a Colorado Divorce?

Business assets, like other marital assets, are subject to division or some other form of consideration  in a Colorado divorce. It does not matter if those business interests are held solely by one spouse, by both spouses or by one party and other business associates. How business assets are treated varies on a case-by-case…

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Mistakes to Avoid in a High-Asset Divorce

There are mistakes every spouse should work to avoid in a Colorado divorce. The difference for high-asset spouses is that seemingly simple mistakes can have lasting future ramifications. If you are anticipating a high-asset divorce or were recently served by your spouse, protect yourself and your assets. Read the following article about mistakes to…

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How Does Divorce Affect My Retirement Account?

Retirement accounts are typically counted as a marital asset in Colorado making them divisible in a divorce. However, when working with a skilled property division attorney in Denver, the method used to divide retirement accounts will depend upon their type and source of funding. There are measures you can take to protect your retirement…

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How is Child Support Calculated in a High-Net-Worth Divorce?

Child support in high-net-worth divorces can be difficult to calculate. It can also cause a lot of tension and disagreement between parents  Colorado courts typically follow statutory guidelines when determining parents’ monthly child support obligations. However, the courts have the obligation to perform a further analysis relating to the financial circumstances of the parents…

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Is Colorado a No-Fault Divorce State?

If you are considering a divorce in Colorado or were served with a divorce petition, you may be confused about the term “no-fault” divorce. What is a no-fault divorce, and what are the effects of a no-fault divorce on the court’s property division, spousal maintenance, and child custody decisions? Read the following for general…

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How is My Children’s Inheritance Affected by a Divorce?

The division of marital property in a divorce can greatly impact a couple’s children together as well as children either spouse might have from previous marriages. Many of the assets that one of the spouses intended to preserve and pass down to children could be sold, divided, or awarded to the other spouse.  Divorcing…

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Protecting Your Assets in a Divorce

The division of marital assets can be one of the most contentious issues in any divorce. You can eliminate much of the stress and conflict associated with marital property division by protecting your assets in preparation for your divorce. The following outlines protecting your assets should a divorce be inevitable. For specific case information,…

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