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October 2020 Archives

Multiple Charges, Wrongful Death Claim Could Await DUI Suspect

When someone is killed in a motor vehicle collision, in addition to facing criminal charges, the responsible driver can also face a civil wrongful death claim brought by the family of the victim.

Dealing with Crash Trauma: Anxiety and Depression Can Happen

After a motor vehicle collision, it can be hard for you to even think about getting into a vehicle again. You are still upset about what happened, and you want to make sure that the negligent driver doesn't harm any other people.

Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. recognized as having "Best Attorneys" in Broomfield County

The 2020 Broomfield County Gold People's Choice Awards have provided high-profile recognition to service providers and residents who impact the lives of the community. The annual publication, published in Broomfield Enterprise magazine, is a trusted resource for individuals to easily find the businesses, retailers and service providers excelling in Broomfield County.

Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. recognized as runner-up for "Best Broomfield Employer"

The Broomfield County Gold awards are among the most trusted sources in identifying businesses that treat their employees and their customers with the highest respect. Award recipients are chosen by residents in a county-wide vote. These individuals and businesses are a true testament to our community and make it a desirable place to live and work.

Rules to Follow on Social Media During a Divorce

People who are going through the end of a marriage have to think carefully about everything they do because so many things can have an impact on the way the divorce is handled. One thing that some people don't think about is what types of changes they're going to have to make with social media while the divorce is pending.

Remember to Remain Calm when Divorcing a Narcissist

The desire to finalize a divorce quickly drives some people as they're trying to legally end a marriage. One of the most effective ways to do this is to use mediation to come up with the terms of the split. Unfortunately, this isn't appropriate for all divorces.

How Colorado's Vote on Family Leave Could Impact Family Law

In the United States, very few states offer paid family leave to their workers. Colorado may become the ninth state to make this an entitlement for workers, depending on the outcome of an upcoming election. If passed, paid leave would be provided for childbirth and family medical emergencies. The details within this legislation could impact certain family law issues, such as child custody, support and related issues.

Tax-related criminal charges require swift attention

It's expected that everyone who has an income will file income tax returns unless the income is below the annual threshold for having to claim, or it is a type of income that doesn't require reporting. It's imperative that anyone who is having to deal with income taxes know to handle them.

Drivers of 18-Wheelers Now Subject to Winter Chain Laws

While it is important for any driver to take precautions to avoid an accident, large commercial vehicles have particular considerations and regulations. Starting in September, drivers of 18-wheelers and other commercial trucks in Colorado became subject to the chain law once again. The law, which is enacted in the state between September 1 and May 31 each year, aims to make roads safer during the winter months.

Tips for Emotional Healing During Divorce

If your marriage is on the rocks and you have mentally surrendered yourself to divorce, you'll likely have many questions about what lies ahead for you. During uncertain times, it's natural to become stressed and anxious. But by trying to remain calm and focusing on controlling what you can at this moment, you'll have the best chance at a relatively smooth divorce process. 

Who Owns the Ring After a Broken Engagement?

An engagement is a beautiful way for a couple to show that they are committed to each other before they get married. The engagement usually involves a proposal of marriage and the giving of an engagement ring. This event usually leads to marriage and to many years of happiness together. However, not all engagements end this way. Some are broken off after the premature breakdown of the relationship.

Lack of Quality Time Might Spur Divorce

When two people choose to get divorced, they may find it difficult to believe that they have ended up in such a situation. However, divorce in Colorado generally does not happen overnight. In some situations, divorce happens simply because two spouses stopped spending quality time together. 

Financial Analyst May Help During Divorce Process

The process of going through a marital dissolution in Colorado can understandably feel unsettling from the start. In fact, divorce can be emotionally draining even in what appears to be a relatively amicable divorce. Unfortunately, making momentous financial decisions can be difficult when one is trying to juggle the emotional challenges of divorce as well. For this reason, hiring a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, or CDFA, is a wise move prior to getting a divorce. 

Considerations for a Modification of Parenting Time in Colorado

If you already have a Parenting Plan (child custody agreement) in place following the separation of you and the other parent, to modify it, you will need to show the courts that there has been a change of circumstances and that a modification of the Plan is in the children's best interests.

Tax-related Criminal Charges Require Swift Attention

It's expected that everyone who has an income will file income tax returns unless the income is below the annual threshold for having to claim, or it is a type of income that doesn't require reporting. It's imperative that anyone who is having to deal with income taxes know to handle them.

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