After a divorce, each parent may need to take on additional work obligations that, in turn, necessitate daycare. At a minimum, the other parent’s absence may create scheduling difficulties.
Readers may recall the listeria outbreak linked to a Colorado cantaloupe farm. The contaminated produce reportedly caused 30 deaths, as well as illness in 140 other consumers.
When it comes to divorce, there is at least one statement with which most of us are now incredibly familiar: 50 percent of all marriages will end in a divorce.
Many divorce filings are the result of a couple's mutual discussions. However, under Colorado law, a spouse can file for divorce even over the other spouse's objections. The mere act of filing for divorce often satisfies the required showing of a marriage that is irretrievably broken.
A small business might have questions about how it should approach commercial real estate; namely, whether to rent or to buy.
When courts in Colorado determine child or spousal support, their approach is thorough, involving the consideration of many factors. Yet matters can arise in a divorce proceeding that require more immediate attention, such as temporary support or custody.