Couples who are going through a divorce in Colorado and want the process to go as smoothly as possible may want to consider mediation. This has a lot of advantages and is usually much less expensive than going through the litigation process. For mediation to work well, it is best to follow certain tips and advice from experts.
Once you decide to divorce, there's a lot to think about in regard to dividing assets and debts. Neglecting to implement a plan up front can cost you time and money in the near future.
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For some property owners in Colorado, there is nothing worse than finding the perfect home only to learn that there is a homeowners association in place. That disappointment often lingers whether the person intended to purchase the home as personal or investment property.
Once your divorce is in the rear-view mirror, it's time to turn your full attention to the future. If you share children with your ex-spouse, co-parenting will become a big part of your life.
Crashes are fairly common in Denver, and they can significantly impact the people involved. Whether the injuries are minor or severe, they have to miss time doing the things they planned to deal with hospital visits, filing claims and more.
For many riders, there is no better way to enjoy 360-degree views of the Colorado landscape than from a motorcycle. Although passenger cars and trucks do not have amazing views, they have safety features. Riders have virtually no protection in the event of a collision with another vehicle. At Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we often represent clients whose loved ones are seriously injured or killed in a crash with a car or truck.
Successful co-parenting after divorce is easier said than done. Even though you have the best intentions, your ex-spouse may make it difficult to stay the course.
Your spouse may not have legal justification for hiding assets, but he or she may break the law in an attempt to keep those assets from you. It happens. People take a lot of risks where money is concerned. This is especially common in contentious divorce cases, as your spouse may also do it to cause you direct financial harm.