Preparing for the End of Summer
Filing for a Legal Separation
Unlike a prenuptial agreement, which is signed prior to the marriage, a postnuptial agreement is created after the couple has married. Sometimes couples draft postnuptial agreements because they did not have time to create one before they established the marriage, but like prenuptial agreements the contract is created to clearly define how assets and debts will be divided in the event of divorce.
Requirements for a Common Law Marriage in Colorado
In the State of Colorado, a couple living together in the same home for any period of time does not establish a common law marriage. While cohabitation is one of many required elements to prove that a common law marriage exists, there is no specific amount of time that a couple must live together to establish that a marriage has been created.
What is a Common Law Marriage?
Colorado Divorce: The Toughest Decision You May Ever Make
Creating a Parenting Schedule for the Whole Family
If Your Co-Parent is Relocating Your Children Without Your Consent:
Stressing About Your Divorce
If you have filed for a Colorado divorce or legal separation and are worried about your children, your finances, and your future, it is not uncommon to find yourself in a state of stress and anxiety. These reactions, which can be overwhelming, are often the result of the uncertainty that comes with change. When you are experiencing stress, it is important to identify your resources for self-care.