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Tips might help couple to complete divorce more painlessly

Going through a marital dissolution can no doubt be mentally and emotionally challenging. However, it can also be financially difficult to navigate. Fortunately, a couple of tips may help divorcing individuals in Colorado to make the divorce process as painless and quick as possible.

Research shows divorce can affect mental, physical health

The process of getting divorced in Colorado can no doubt be difficult to handle from a financial standpoint. However, it can be just as challenging on a mental and physical level. In fact, recent research shows that people's mental and physical health will likely take a major hit during the months following the divorce process.

4 options for a family business in a divorce

Many couples opt to start a business together during a relationship. For some, this is a chance to get involved with something together. Both parties might take a hands-on approach to running the company. This may work as long as they're in a relationship, but it can lead to problems if they opt to divorce.

Why divorce could be the best thing for you

Divorce is commonly acknowledged as something bad, since it involves loss, disruption and uncertainty. But like all endings, there is always an opportunity for a fresh start and better things. If you currently feel like your life is a failure or a disaster because divorce is a significant possibility, it is important that you try to get some perspective at such an important crossroads in your life.

Splitting retirement accounts can be tough during divorce

One of the most challenging aspects of the marital dissolution process is figuring out how to disentangle assets. This is especially true for those who have retirement accounts, as it is not uncommon for people to make mistakes when splitting these types of assets. Here are a couple of important tips for dividing retirement assets during a divorce proceeding in Colorado.

These 3 injuries are most likely in head-on collisions

A head-on crash is one of the worst. In a head-on collision, the two vehicles hit while traveling forward toward one another. This multiplies the force involved in the collision. Even if one vehicle is parked or moving slowly at the time of the crash, the nature of this type of collision means that certain serious injuries are more likely. 

Tips may help to make co-parenting process easier during holidays

Getting divorced is never an easy process in Colorado. This is particularly true for individuals who have young children, and it is especially the case during the holidays. Fortunately, a couple of tips may help parents who have gone through divorce to make the co-parenting process work for them this holiday season.

Maintaining your career when going through a divorce

When you or your spouse decides to file for a divorce, you might find that everything else takes the back seat. If you have children and a demanding career, you may feel overwhelmed when the additional strain of a divorce is added to your life. 

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