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High asset divorce requires thorough financial assessment

Any separation or divorce will impact a couple's finances; however, those with high assets may find those financial impacts magnified. High asset Colorado couples who are going through a separation or divorce will want to evaluate how their finances will be affected by their split and plan accordingly. The failure to do so can result in confusion and stress, and it can even be devastating for one or both parties involved.

Four injured in car crash

Although many people may assume that car accidents only happen when the vehicles are moving, wrecks can occur anywhere on the road and at any time. When a vehicle is hit while it is sitting in traffic, the crash can be equally, if not more, devastating because the occupants of the parked vehicle are usually unaware of the other approaching motorist. Sometimes, the head, neck and back injuries associated with these collisions may not manifest until long after the accident, leaving the victim on an even longer road to recovery. A Colorado Springs father and his son may be experiencing these types of injuries after their car was hit by a speeding driver.

Microsoft, Kyocera settle patent law claims

Companies rely on patents to protect their intellectual property and to ensure their competition does not use any proprietary technology or developments without the proper permissions and compensation. After having filed a suit in March accusing Japan-based Kyocera of violating seven of its patents, Microsoft recently announced the two companies have reached an agreement over the use of certain patented technologies.

Virtual visitation can be a part of a parenting plan

Interacting with one's children can be difficult enough for parents who still live close to each other after the separation, but those parents, who relocate far away or to another state after the split, can be at a particular disadvantage when wanting to see their children. A new option for non-custodial parents is making headway in the area of child custody parenting plans. Virtual visitation may offer a solution to those parents who live too far from their children to physically see them on a regular basis.

Mom files wrongful death suit against dad

Losing a child is hard enough, but when that loss is suspected to have come at the hands of one of the parents, such a tragedy can be even more traumatic. Unfortunately, a Colorado woman has recently filed a lawsuit against her ex-husband, the boy's father, claiming wrongful death of their son.

Benefits of joint child custody

When married couples with children divorce, one of the most difficult factors to consider is what will happen with their children. After all, the children are the ones who are often the most confused, saddened and angry about the separation. In a home where both parents loved and provided for the children, the emotional tax can be even stronger. As couples find the need to dissolve their marriages, they would do well to consider child custody arrangements that benefit everyone, especially their children.

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