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Should You Consider Bankruptcy Before or After a Divorce?

Financial stress can push a marriage over the edge, but a failing marriage can also be the precursor to financial issues for both parties. If your debt is primarily composed of credit card debt, medical debt,and other personal loans, bankruptcy could be the ideal way to secure a fresh start and clear away suffocating debt payments.

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How to Protect Yourself With a Restraining Order in Colorado

While technology has made it easier to stay connected to the people you love, it also opens you up to unwanted contact. With social media,texting, and chat apps, an abuser or stalker can get information on their victims, use fake profiles to sidestep blocks, and otherwise violate a victim’s privacy. If you’re at risk of harm, getting a restraining order in Colorado could give you some peace and protection.

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What You Need to Know About Custody and Moving in Colorado

Whether you’re in the early stages of a divorce or you’ve been divorced for years, moving to a different state can make it difficult to follow the original custody agreement, which is why it’s important to meet all legal requirements before relocating with a child.

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How to Modify a Child Custody Agreement in Colorado

Colorado courts support and advocate for child custody agreements that put the child first. This includes providing a safe and supportive living arrangement with reasonable visitation time for both parents. So it should come as no surprise that making major disruptive changes are frowned upon by the courts.

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What You Need to Know about Hit and Run Motorcycle Accidents

Nearly 1,500 people die every year as a result of hit-and-run accidents, and this number is increasing at an escalated rate, according to a report published by AAA. In fact, in 2016 alone, hit and run accidents represented 5.5% of all traffic fatalities, which is a 35% increase over the last decade.

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Facts About Child Relocation

Divorce is a messy situation to go through and more often than not, it becomes hotly contentious and aggressive with both parties out to maximize their assets and leave nothing for the other. While a bit immature, it’s fairly par for the course and in the end, the only ones hurt are the two filing for divorce.

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How to Manage Finances During a Divorce

There are countless people who have had their finances wiped clean when going through and dealing with the aftermath of a divorce. It’s a complicated process that can cost a lot of money upfront and over time if you don’t have a skilled, knowledgeable, and trusted Colorado Springs family law attorney at your side to protect your income, earnings, and assets.

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The Basics of Alimony

If you, a friend, or loved one are fearful of a divorce, or are currently going through a divorce, one of the big worries is money. For many, this monetary worry goes by the name alimony, but in Colorado, it’s known as spousal maintenance, or spousal support.

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Determining Joint or Sole Custody

When divorce happens, no one truly wins; families are split and more often than not, terrible things are said to all involved and those floating around the situation (such as friends, family members, etc.). The one who often lose out the hardest are the children.

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The Facts About Dog Bites

A lot of people will say life is better with pets, and for the most part, they’re right. It’s wonderful to have a companion around the home that you can care for and will show you love in return. Before the lockdown, you’d be hard-pressed to not find people out walking in parks with their pooches.

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