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June 2017 Archives

Blended families and finances

Colorado residents who have left a previous marriage for a new one may be wondering about how to approach their finances in their new life. Money is an important topic of discussion for couples. It is necessary that partners communicate their values regarding money and their priorities. Two major subjects are children and savings. Spouses want to make good decisions for their children's futures and for their own as well.

Obtaining rights to a child outside of divorce

There are times when Colorado residents who are not going through a divorce may find themselves in a child custody case. For instance, it may be necessary to determine custody or visitation rights if the parents are not married. It may also be possible for grandparents or others who are close to a child to pursue custody or visitation rights.

Preparing financially for an upcoming divorce

Planning for divorce can be a tricky and difficult process for many people in Colorado and elsewhere around the country. While the emotional and logistical issues can seem especially overwhelming, the financial aspects of divorce are among the most challenging. This is especially true in situations where significant high-value assets are at stake, including investments, businesses, homes and other properties.

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