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How can I deal with co-parenting after divorce?

Perhaps the most difficult aspect of divorce for couples in Colorado is co-parenting their children. Conflicts are bound to arise over subjects both large and small, and it’s important to be able to navigate these issues with grace and clarity. Not only can this make your life much easier, it can also ensure that your children remain healthy and happy throughout what is bound to be a difficult time for all.

Steps to take after a car accident

Even the safest Colorado drivers might still find themselves involved in a car accident. In this case, knowing the proper steps to take is crucial. Failure to do so can have a number of negative consequences, and might even prevent you from holding the negligent party responsible for careless behavior behind the wheel.

Are mothers automatically awarded child custody during divorce?

While many people believe that mothers receive preferential treatment during custody disputes, there are actually no set rules in Colorado regarding which parent will automatically get custody of children. Indeed, Colorado courts primary concern when determining custody is a child's best interests, not the gender of the parent.

How can I ensure a real estate purchase contract is sound?

If you are purchasing a home in Colorado, you no doubt have concerns about whether your real estate purchase contract is legally sound. In this case, having access to the right information is crucial when determining the validity of a contract. Failure to do so could jeopardize your purchase, as well as cost you exorbitant amounts of money in the long run.

How can I locate hidden assets during a divorce?

When it comes to divorce, couples in Colorado may be concerned about their spouse attempting to hide assets. While this is not only unethical but it also illegal, spouses routinely attempt to cover up assets that may be considered shared marital property. In this case, knowing the methods of uncovering hidden assets is crucial if you want to ensure you get what is rightly yours during a divorce.

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