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Prepare for Feelings of Loss When Your Marriage Ends

The decision to end a marriage is one that most people don't take lightly, especially when there are kids involved. For an individual who has made the step to go through a divorce, changes are going to come. Some of these, such as having to set a new budget and deciding where to live, are commonly considered. There are others that people might not think about right away.

For many divorcees, the losses they experience when they walk away from the marriage is something they don't expect. Dealing with these can be almost as difficult as trying to cope with the practical matters of the divorce.

Protecting Financial Interests During and After a Divorce

The end of a marriage can bring serious changes for both Colorado spouses, especially regarding their finances and plans for the future. Money is one of the most complex and contentious issues to address in a divorce, and it's prudent to consider long-term implications when making any important decisions. Protecting financial interests is an important concern during and after a divorce.

During the divorce process, it is helpful to keep careful notes of all conversations related to the finances. It will also help to track spending and organize all documents related to accounts, savings and finances. This will make it easier to negotiate a fair divorce settlement and know if the other party is attempting to hide assets. Before and during divorce is the time to change passwords on online accounts, close joint credit cards and gather tax returns.

2 Killed, 1 Sentenced over DUI Crash in Breckenridge, Colorado

When someone is involved in a crash that harms another person, there is a chance that you could be held accountable. If the driver is under the influence of alcohol, the penalties can become even more severe. 

Take, for example, a case that took place in Colorado. A woman, 32, has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for killing a 41-year-old man and 43-year-old woman in Breckenridge while she was driving under the influence of alcohol.

How Big of a Problem is Impaired Driving?

Drunk drivers are the cause of around 29 deaths per day in this country. Because driving drunk is a decision that a person has to make purposefully, each of those deaths was preventable. On top of those deaths, there are countless other victims who suffer injuries in crashes caused by impaired drivers.

One thing that many people don't realize is that not all impaired driving crashes are the result of a driver who's intoxicated due to alcohol. Some drivers are impaired by illegal substances, over-the-counter medications or prescription drugs.

Serious Accident Tied To DUI Arrest

Car crashes happen for a variety of reasons, and some circumstances are beyond the control of those involved. However, if a driver does or fails to do something that causes a serious accident, punishment through the criminal justice system may not only be inevitable, but necessary. A recent car crash in Colorado has resulted in that very action, as a man has been charged with driving under the influence and other offenses after authorities say that he caused a crash that left four people hospitalized.

Police report that the crash happened on a recent Friday evening on a local road. A vehicle allegedly hit another car when the first was heading east. It is not clear whether the second car was traveling in the same direction, though officials say that the first car ended up pushing the second into a guardrail.

Your City Could Affect Your Divorce And How Much It Costs

When people get married, the goal is generally to stay together. They hope that they will remain in a relationship for the rest of their lives. Even through tough times, many people do make that happen.

In some cases, the reality is that divorce is a better option than staying married. Whether it's because you've grown apart or because you have different opinions about too many things, it's important that you have the opportunity to separate gracefully and move on with your lives.

Understanding The Full Scope, Impact Of Drunk Driving Crashes

Every motorist understands the dangers of impaired driving. We are reminded of this throughout the year, particularly around summer holidays when drinking and driving is on the rise. Despite these warnings, people continue to drink and drive and injure other drivers and passengers on the roadway.

How likely is it for someone to be involved in a crash with an impaired driver? And what are the potential effects?

Drunk Driving Suspected In Colorado Car Accident

Car accidents can happen for a variety of reasons. Because of this, all drivers in Colorado and across the country must work to prevent causing a car crash, including abstaining from drugs and alcohol before driving. Unfortunately, drunk driving can come with serious consequences, even though it is completely preventable.

How The Family Home Is Divided In A Colorado Divorce

For many couples in Colorado, the family home is their largest asset. Because of this, questions about how this asset will be divided during a divorce is one of their biggest concerns. This is especially true when only one spouse is listed on the mortgage and/or the title. As such, many going through a divorce in which their name is excluded from the mortgage of the family home or excluded from the title want an attorney to help them understand exactly to what they are entitled.

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