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What’s the best way to discuss divorce with your spouse?

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.

What should I include in a custody agreement?

As a Colorado parent, you want only what’s best for your children. This is true even if you and your spouse are facing divorce, which can be a tumultuous time for all involved. Fortunately, you can relieve some of the pressure associated with divorce by creating a solid custody agreement which lays out each parent’s roles and responsibilities.

How to handle non-payment of child support

In Colorado, both parents must work together to provide financially for their children. In the event of divorce, this entails the non-custodial parent submitting child support payments as specified by the court. But what happens when an ex just won’t pay? Our legal team at Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. has seen the damage that can occur when divorce turns contentious. While non-payment of child support is definitely frustrating, we urge our clients to keep the following tips in mind if payments are few and far between.

What can I do to make sharing custody easier?

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is the prospect of sharing custody. As a Colorado parent, you want only what’s best for your children, which requires having a solid relationship with both parents. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to make sharing custody of your children that much easier when tensions are running high.

How to tell your kids about divorce

Families in Colorado facing tough decisions know that divorce is never easy. In addition to the financial impact, divorce can also take quite a psychological toll. This is especially true when kids are involved, who are bound to express a range of emotions from anger to sadness and everything in between. Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. has seen the ramifications of divorce firsthand after providing legal support to couples during their time of need. That’s why we recommend the following tips when talking to kids about divorce and significant changes to the family.

Facilitate a more amicable divorce with these tips

Even under the best of circumstances divorces can take a serious toll on the whole family. For couples in Colorado, knowing effective methods for easing the process can be extremely useful, as can seeking legal assistance from our team at Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. We know that divorce can be a stressful experience for all involved, which is why we recommend the following tips to help facilitate a smoother transition.

Division of retirement accounts can be complex during divorce

Divorce can be a possibility for people of every age. For older Colorado couples, divvying up assets such as retirement accounts can render the process that much more difficult. Here at Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we can provide those seeking a dissolution of their marriages with the information they need to better navigate asset division and other complex divorce matters.

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