When readers in Jefferson County think of the property division portion of a divorce settlement process, they typically think of bank accounts, vehicles and homes. In some cases, a couple may have invested in artwork, memorabilia or other types of assets, however, that also often have to be divided up between the two parties.
Marriage can be a difficult relationship to maintain over the years. For celebrities and other high-profile couples in Denver, it can be especially complicated because of the constant attention of the public. Like everyday married couples, celebrity couples also occasionally decide that the differences between them cannot be overcome and divorce is the best option.
Most of the time, when child support cases take place in Denver, as well as in other cities throughout the U.S., the disputing parties are a child's parents. A recent case in one state, however, has raised questions about the role the state should play in ordering child support payments, particularly when neither parent is seeking an arrangement or modification to an order.
In Denver, and other cities all over the U.S., women use in-vitro fertilization to try and conceive a child. Sometimes a couple goes in together, while other times a woman may choose to start a family on her own. This can sometimes lead to complicated legal situations when custody of a child conceived through fertilization treatment is called into question.
The arbitration process for divorce cases can be long and drawn out in Denver and other cities throughout the U.S. With parties contesting factors such as division of property and assets, child custody, visitation and support payments, reaching a divorce settlement can take months or even years and is often incredibly costly, both emotionally and financially. In order to lessen the emotional stress and financial expense of divorce, more and more couples are turning to divorce mediation.