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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...

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. No...

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....

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...

Walmart’s Wrongful Death Suit

While some workers were laid off due to COVID-19 and others were lucky enough to work remotely, some people had jobs that deemed them as essentials, and they needed to travel to their jobs, despite the current stay at home advisories. As such, these people are at...

Don’t Use Scorch and Burn in a Divorce

Divorce is an unhappy, dark, and ugly time for couples to go through (more often than not, at the least). True, some couples can amicably settle their differences and go through an uncontested divorce (which still has hurdles to overcome) and leave the negotiation...

Shelter in Place and Domestic Abuse

It’s already tough enough for most people to acclimate to the shelter-in-place order that has been issued in the state of Colorado. Not being able to leave our homes can quickly become stale and stressful. Sure, for a few days, not having to go into work was probably...

Proposed Missing Child Law Gains Momentum

Earlier this year, 11-year-old Colorado Springs child Gannon Stauch went missing on January 27th, 2020, and the search is still on. He was last seen walking to a friend’s home; after three days without seeing, nor hearing from, him, his case was upgraded to a missing...

Can You Sue Your Work for Giving You Coronavirus?

As we work through the Coronavirus pandemic that grips the globe, particularly the United States and its businesses, plenty of misinformation is spreading around and causing panic. People are hoarding hand sanitizer and toilet paper, making Target shopping centers and...

The Difference Between Assault and Battery

When people are overly angry, they may ignore that little voice in their head telling them to calm down; instead, they may act on their baser instincts and take their anger and aggression out on another party - especially if said other party caused their anger and is...

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