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How divorce affects a business

Assets a person owned before a marriage typically aren't considered joint property and subject to division in a subsequent divorce, but a spouse might be entitled to a portion of assets like a business if it was developed after a marriage. Dividing property is often difficult for those in Colorado and other states, but there is some information that entrepreneurs might find useful when getting married or going through a divorce.

A checklist for Colorado divorcees

After a divorce, former spouses have to get used to becoming responsible for some aspects of their lives that they didn't have to deal with when they were married. Therefore, it is important to have a checklist to stay organized and not let any new task fall through the cracks. For instance, it may be worthwhile for newly single individuals to pull their credit reports and to make sure that they don't forget to make debt payments on time.

Mediation as a positive alternative to divorce litigation

Many couples divorce in Colorado each year. Unfortunately, some of those cases are very conflict-filled, as people deal with the emotional fallout involved with marital breakdowns. Colorado, like other states, offers mediation as an alternative way to resolve some or all of the issues in a divorce.

How to avoid common mistakes when divorcing

Since the end of a marriage can be very emotional for Colorado couples, many people make mistakes when going through the divorce process if they let their emotions get the better of them. It is possible to avoid the errors that spouses typically make, and staying calm and being rational can help one avoid many common pitfalls.

Financial considerations in a divorce

Colorado couples who are facing the end of their marriages are often confronted with a variety of emotions. This can cause many of them to lose sight of the financial ramifications of a divorce, and it is important that they face the issues that are often likely to arise.

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