One question many couples have about divorce is whether the court will order one spouse to pay the other alimony, which is actually known as spousal maintenance in Colorado.
In Colorado workplaces, discrimination is a matter that cannot be taken lightly. This is particularly true when it comes to discrimination based on gender identity, which many employers may not be fully aware of. However, failure to create an inclusive workplace for all employees is not only ethically wrong, it could also get you in legal trouble.
Residents of Colorado know just how devastating a significant brain injury can be. However, many people fail to recognize the link between head trauma and an increased risk of early death. In fact, recent research shows that those who’ve sustained serious a brain injury often die earlier than people who have not, although the exact link is still up for debate.
When it comes to divorce, the first steps are often the hardest. If you are contemplating initiating a divorce in Colorado, your first task will be to bring up the topic with your spouse. This can be extremely challenging, especially if your spouse is not aware that divorce is a possibility.
Mistakes of a legal nature can prove highly damaging to small businesses in Colorado. Along with all the other concerns small business owners have, legal issues tend to fall on the back burner, often to the detriment of the business itself. Here at Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we urge our clients to keep consideration of legal issues at the forefront of business operations to ensure their enterprises have a real shot at success.