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January 2017 Archives

Creating a parenting agreement

When Colorado parents of young children get a divorce, dealing with a child custody dispute can be difficult. However, if parents are interested in working out an agreement without getting the court involved, they may be able to draft a parenting agreement.

Divorced parents who cooperate set good examples for their kids

Divorce negotiations in Colorado and around the country often become highly contentious when topics like alimony and asset division are on the table, but even spouses who find it difficult to be around each other are usually able to see past their differences when the welfare and happiness of their children are at stake. While divorcing parents may not always agree on what would be best for their children, accepting that they both want the same thing is a good first step toward reaching an amicable custody and visitation agreement.

Getting a collaborative divorce

For many Colorado couples, the divorce process can be difficult. If the former couple cannot get along, their separation may involve multiple lawyers and major costs. However, some spouses are able to manage a relatively straightforward divorce with little disagreement. If this is the case, a collaborative divorce may be the way to go.

Online data may be used as evidence in divorce proceedings

A lot of people in Colorado use social media to talk about what they're doing, what they're buying and who they're spending time with. When a person goes through a divorce, sharing this kind of information over the internet could be a mistake. A divorcing spouse may comb through their ex's social media account to look for evidence that could be used in court.

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