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Social media photos leads to arrest in child support case

More and more, parents are separating and raising their children apart from each other. In situations like these, it's very common for family law courts to order one parent to pay the other a set amount monthly to help with the costs of raising a child. Unfortunately, failure to pay child support is an ongoing problem in Denver and other cities throughout the U.S. In an effort to crack down on parents who do not pay their required child support payments, some district attorney offices across the country have begun using social media sites, such as Facebook, to build cases for prosecution.

Man faces strict punishment for snubbing divorce-hearing orders

Divorce settlements often come down to the money. Especially in high-asset divorce cases, each party wants to get what they feel they deserve. Whether you live in Denver, or another city in the U.S., family law courts in these cases work to fairly divide the couple's assets and any property interests they have between them. When court orders are passed, it's expected that they be followed for the best interests of everyone involved.

Effects of marijuana usage in Colorado child custody hearings

There are a number of reasons why a court case would be needed to determine legal custody of a child. Divorces often lead to these hearings, as do other situations like questions of neglect or safety. Since the majority of the time, one or both parents are losing at least some of their parental rights child custody cases are rarely easy.

Grey divorce presents unique challenges for couples over 50

Ending a marriage at any time in life is a big decision and can often give rise to some unexpected complications both personally and financially. For couples who decide to seek a divorce as they near retirement age, there are some unique questions that need to be resolved. Divorcing after age 50, sometimes referred to as a "grey divorce", puts couples in the unique position of creating a divorce agreement that also aligns with a quickly approaching goal of retirement. This is less of an issue for people who still have many years of work ahead of them to rebuilding their savings, but is a crucial consideration for those looking forward to cashing in their 401(k) accounts.

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