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By Michelle L. Searcy Whether you have been served with a family law case or have initiated one, in Colorado, your first court appearance will be an initial status conference.  While the purpose of this meeting is to give you important information about…
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By: Stephen J. Plog Having practiced family law in Colorado for over 20 years, I’ve seen many situations in which one party or the other in a divorce case has, or both have, changed their mind about an aspect of the divorce case, including whether to…
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By: Jessica A. Saldin When proceeding through a divorce case in Colorado, there are sometimes unique property items that raise special questions when it comes to the treatment of those items for division purposes. For example, trusts, business interests,…
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By: Janette Jordan It is not a common occurrence to have individuals separating immediately around the time of the birth of a child, but it does happen.  When parties are married, this child support and custody issues are usually through the courts via a…
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By:  Sarah T. McCain In every Colorado divorce proceeding, the court will require each party to complete and file a Sworn Financial Statement.  This requirement regarding financial disclosures in a divorce comes from C.R.C.P. Rule 16.2. Among the variety…
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By:  Jessica A. Saldin There are many issues related to education and school that must be considered as part of a divorce case.  Prior blog posts have discussed some of these issues.  This post is specifically focused on private schooling and how the…
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By Michelle L. Searcy As we approach the holiday season, people experience increased anxiety.  Between coordinating family events, preparing food, and spending money beyond the normal monthly budget, everyone feels the pressure of creating life-long…
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By:  Curtis Wiberg In a typical divorce where a couple are owners of a home, that home is often one of the most valuable assets of the marriage, and the issues of possession and division of the net equity can become a greatest sources of dispute.  The…
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By: Janette Jordan If you have an existing child custody case in Colorado, are the primary residential custodian, and are considering relocating out of state with the minor child or children, you will need to seek permission from the court or written…
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By: Jessica A. Saldin If you are faced with a permanent protection order, it is not uncommon for one of the first questions you ask yourself to be, “is this restraining order truly permanent or can it ever be modified or terminated?”  As a point of…
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