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Effectively Navigating the Allocation of Parental Responsibilities: Parenting Time and Decision-Making Authority in Colorado

Colorado Allocation of Parental Responsibilities (child custody, visitation and decision-making authority) are frequently complicated and can lead to disputes. Regardless of the relationship between the parents, issues can arise. Resolving these disagreements often hinge on formulating strategies for effective co-parenting.

Defensive driving around drunk drivers

Regardless of location, time of day or the drivers with whom you have to share the road, defensive driving is always wise. It is one way to mitigate some of the risk of driving, as it allows you to react as soon as humanly possible to potential threats. You have to stay alert, look for potential threats, and attempt to avoid them even before an accident becomes imminent.

Have a plan for dealing with your emotions in divorce

Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your divorce, you can expect to experience a variety of emotions. Some are easier to deal with than others, but they'll continually move to the forefront throughout the process and even after your divorce is in the past.

Preparing for the financial ramifications of divorce

Divorcing couples in Colorado and around the country are often unprepared for the financial consequences of ending a marriage according to a study published on Jan. 14 by Fidelity Investments. After surveying 1,107 divorced Americans between the ages of 25 and 75, the Boston-based financial services company discovered that it takes about five years on average to recover financially from a split. However, getting back on track can take much longer when spouses are not involved in day-to-day financial decision making. Four out of 10 of the spouses surveyed who told researchers they did not involve themselves in financial matters said that they had yet to recover from their divorces.

Red light cameras in decline despite safety benefits

In Colorado and across the country, fewer municipalities are implementing red light camera systems. The camera systems are mounted at traffic lights to catch drivers who run red lights. They may be later stopped by police or receive a traffic ticket in the mail with a citation for running through the red light. While the cameras have the potential to cut down on traffic accidents caused by dangerous drivers speeding through red lights, many drivers view them as a greedy, revenue-enhancing option rather than a safety measure. The cameras have also been criticized for failing to make a significant enough impact on roadway safety.

How to deal with your divorce at work

You know that your divorce will affect your personal and financial lives. However, you don't want it to creep into your career, as this can make it more difficult to do your job and maintain a high level of professionalism.

A valuable resource for family law affairs

Colorado parents who are getting ready to negotiate custody and support after a divorce might want to hold on to their old calendars. These can help them to remember dates, times, events and other things that might be important during negotiations. After all, these seemingly small details are often overlooked during this stressful time.

Why do people drive drunk?

Despite the dangers and potential trouble with the law, many people throughout the country make the mistake of drinking and driving. They assume that they're "sober enough" to safely reach their destination, so they get behind the wheel and take to the road.

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