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Lucky lottery winner's luck runs out during divorce

One of the most complex parts of divorce is property division. While a handful of states are considered "community property" states (where most assets are presumed to be owned by both spouses), Colorado is among the majority of states using the "equitable distribution" model. Assets earned during the marriage presumably belong to the spouse who earned them. And during a divorce, assets are to be split equitably (but this doesn't necessarily mean a 50-50 split).

Divorce & legal separation: What are the differences in Colorado?

Most people are familiar with what divorce is and how it works. Divorce is so common that nearly everyone has experienced one directly or indirectly. But what do you know about legal separation? For instance, how does it differ from divorce?

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