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How are non-financial items valued in a divorce?

One of the most notoriously challenging parts of a divorce involves the separation of items, often called assets or properties. When it is time to part ways, every couple has to figure out how to divide their accumulated stuff, which can include everything from the home and the automobiles to vintage collectibles and retirement…

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The difference between mine and ours in Colorado divorce

Although sometimes the decision to get a divorce is an obvious one, when it comes time to separate your life from the one you created with your spouse, the situation can get complicated. While you want to move on to the next phase of your life, asset division from a divorce can present several…

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How can a prenuptial agreement protect my business?

Your business is an essential part of your life and your livelihood. You have worked hard to provide for your customers while building an income stream for yourself and your loved ones, and perhaps something to pass on to future generations. When you get married, you do not plan to get divorced. Unfortunately, a…

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How does my social media use impact my family?

Social media is nearly unavoidable. Even if you manage to get by without an account, social media drives everything from marketing to news cycles. Social media can also have a significant impact on your relationships with your family. While the social media world seems wildly out of control, it is up to you to…

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What type of expenses does child support cover?

In addition to the other conflicts that come with negotiating a divorce or other custody matter, child support can cause substantial tension. While both of you want to provide for your children, it can be difficult to agree on an appropriate level of child support. In Colorado, parents can make their own agreements for…

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What happens when one parent is moving away?

Divorced parents are no stranger to the idea that life can be unpredictable. Whether you are the parent who needs to relocate, or your co-parent is suddenly talking about moving across the country, the news reminds you that your plans can change quickly, and, often, without your permission. It is, admittedly, much simpler when…

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Common myths about asset division

Going through a divorce can be a stressful experience. Even when the relationship has been falling apart for a long time, negotiating and dividing assets can be exhausting. In addition to being emotionally challenging, there are many myths when it comes to asset division. Whether you have heard them from an acquaintance or the…

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Is my trust fund safe from divorce?

A trust fund can be part of a legacy from one generation to the next. When your loved ones name you as a beneficiary of a trust, they hope that you can benefit from their careful planning. Estate and financial planning professionals frequently advise that a trust represents a good way to protect assets…

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How can you protect your financial interests during divorce?

Many of the decisions you and your spouse must make as you dissolve your marriage involve finances. Like, how you will divide real estate or investment accounts. If there’s a need for monetary support arrangements, there will be pressures on each side: what can the primary breadwinner afford to pay and still be able…

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Is it wise to buy or help pay for a home with your significant other?

When you are dating, it is natural to want to be around your boyfriend or girlfriend. Regardless of your age or past relationships, you likely desire to share as much time and space as possible with your new love interest. You may believe that purchasing real estate together is a sound financial decision, especially…

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