A new trend is occurring throughout the nation to provide fathers more equal parenting time and rights to their children after a separation or divorce. In the past, mothers were typically given full custody of their children while fathers had only limited visitation rights. This new movement is good news for both fathers and their children as recent research has concluded that children typically do better when they are able to share time equally between both parents.
Those who have lost loved ones as the result of an accident, defective product or medical malpractice usually have many questions. Survivors mainly want answers surrounding the circumstances involved in the untimely death. The biggest questions are typically, "Who was at fault, and could the death been prevented?"
Attorney Loren Brown begins his term as president of the Colorado Bar Association (CBA) next week. Loren, 38, will be the youngest lawyer ever to serve as the CBA president.
In the competitive world of business, sometimes situations arise where two or more companies find themselves at odds with each other. Issues such as contract disputes, vendor disputes, payment disputes and other conflicts can give rise to potential lawsuits and costly litigation. However, before heading to court, company owners would do well to consider alternatives to resolving any problems or arguments pertaining to their business.
Owning a business or starting your own business is an enterprising and difficult challenge that can be very rewarding not only for you personally, but for your family as well. The entrepreneurial spirit is in a lot of people, and when they go out to start their own business, they take great pride in getting it off the ground and making it successful.
When it comes to a divorce, any splitting spouse wants the divorce to go as well as it possibly could for them. They will have this picture in their head of how they are going to get all of the assets that they want (and, in their mind, deserve) and that every issue will go exactly as they plan it.
Property division is a complex area of divorce law, and when it comes to this complex area, there are two schools of thought that dominate the discussion: community property and equitable distribution. Community property, which essentially gives each spouse a 50 percent stake in any marital assets, is not of any concern here in Colorado, because we don't abide by that set of laws.