3 ways your use of social media could impact your divorce

3 ways your use of social media could impact your divorce

Social media has made it easier than ever before in human history for people to remain connected. However, as with any other technology, social media can cause problems as easily as it can help you.  What are some of the ways that social media can influence your marriage — and your potential for a divorce?  Social media can directly lead to a divorce There are two ways that social media can contribute to a couple’s likelihood of divorcing. The first…

Could an opioid prescription lead to a wrongful death claim?

Medical doctors understand how addictive and deadly painkillers can be. Best practices when prescribing pain medication include observing a patient for drug-seeking behaviors, limiting both the dosage recommended and the number of pills prescribed and tapering the patient off of their opioid use at the end of the prescription. Many doctors fall far short of that standard of care, which might lead their patients into a spiral of addiction. If you have recently lost a loved one to an opioid…

3 important considerations when sharing custody of an infant

Sharing custody is difficult in any scenario, but it can be particularly hard with very young children. Some people even think that it is not possible to share custody of an infant.  Special and unique planning can make create a safe and nurturing environment for your baby. The parents can both remain involved even if the child you share is a newborn. Of course, there are unique considerations that influence shared custody arrangements involving infants. Discussing these matters can help…

2 forms of justice available through a wrongful death lawsuit

Sometimes, families lose a loved one through unexpected and tragic circumstances. It can be hard to cope with a sudden loss, especially when there is a person or individual directly responsible for it. Negligent product design, drunk driving or inadequate property maintenance are all ways for one person or business to cause the death of an individual. Under Colorado law, it may be possible to bring a wrongful death claim against the responsible party for the benefit of surviving dependent…