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Woman challenges divorce settlement based on claim of fraud

In Denver and other cities nationwide, divorces are settled every day. It is the job of family law courts to mediate a fair agreement regarding the involved couple's money and assets. Sometimes, however, one or both parties may either try to, or accidently, misrepresent their actual worth to the court, skewing the settlement in their favor.

Finally granted parent rights, woman now seeks child custody

Families in Denver and other U.S. cities are not necessarily the stereotypical family unit anymore. Although families themselves have changed, in many cases, the laws have not, like in cases where same-sex couples that are raising a child together separate or when someone is not biologically a child's mother or father, but is their parent nonetheless.

Divorce does not have to be messy with collaborative mediation

Ending a marriage is difficult for each side. The decision to get a divorce is often only the start of the difficulties that come with the whole process. Alternative methods, like divorce mediation, have been developed to help couples reach amicable settlements, sidestepping actual court appearances and some of the divorce issues that are harder to face. In Colorado and other states, couples are increasingly looking to these unconventional options for dissolving a marriage.

Property division dispute finalized in NFL star's divorce

One or both members of a couple may want to have a prenuptial agreement before entering into marriage. Family law courts in Denver and other U.S. cities often use these documents as a guideline when settling a divorce. This legal contract is meant to protect non-marital property and assets in the event of a divorce and to help ease the property division process.

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