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Annulment vs. Divorce

For a certain subsection of people, divorce isn’t the only way to get out of a marriage. Though it is less common, an annulment is a viable way to end a marriage; in fact, it is a way to essentially legal erase the marriage from all records.

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The Facts About Non-Marital Assets

Sadly, some marriages will end in divorce. At the time of the wedding, there were only bright visions of the future filled with laughter, joy, trips around the world, and growing old together. However, there are bumps in the long road of marriage and some people find that they cannot continue the journey with their spouse.

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Mesothelioma as an Industrial Disease

If you’ve watched television in the last 10 years, you’ve more than likely seen advertisements regarding mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is a particularly nasty form of cancer that attacks the thin layer of tissue covering most of your organs, though it usually is found in the lungs.

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Prenuptial Pros and Cons

A ring was bought, the question was popped, “she said yes!” A lifetime of happiness waits ahead for you and you want to celebrate and plan for the future. What’s the first thing you think of?

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Starbucks Recalls Product over Product Liability

This week, Starbucks corp. recalled co-branded French presses due to customer complaints, likely dodging possible product liability lawsuits. Had any consumer been injured using the products as intended and not for any other reason, however absurd, a strong legal suit could have been brought against Starbucks.

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As Uber Accidents and Harassment Incidents in Colorado Increase, Passengers Wonder If Ridesharing Is Safe

Ride sharing has grown extremely popular in recent years, and experts don’t expect that trend to end anytime soon. In fact, some experts expect this industry to grow to $285 billion by 2030. Any industry that experiences this much expansion is sure to have growing pains, and it’s important to think about whether or not this is truly a safe transportation option.

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Repairing Your Credit After a Colorado Springs Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a major financial step that can help you get away from overwhelming debt. Itcan seriously impact your credit, however. After your bankruptcy is final, it’s important to take steps to repair your credit and build strong financial habits.

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7 Steps to Take Before a Divorce in the State of Colorado

A divorce can impact your life in a variety of ways, from your emotional and mental health to your financial well-being. Preparing for the divorce process can help you minimize the financial fallout and give yourself time to heal.

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7 Questions to Ask Your Colorado Springs Divorce Lawyer

One of the most common things we hear from our clients is that divorce is stressful and overwhelming. It seems that just making that initial call to an attorney takes substantial effort. Even if you are happy to move on and put an end to your marriage, it’s still a massive ordeal to handle emotionally.

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Do I Really Need a Wrongful Death Attorney?

The unexpected loss of a loved one is a tragedy that can cause a ripple effect throughout your entire family. As a grieving survivor, you must suddenly face a future without the love and support you once knew, all while paying bills,making funeral decisions, and supporting your family.

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