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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.

Divorces are often more common in January

As the holidays end and the new year dawns in Colorado, more couples may mark the occasion by filing for divorce. January is one of the most common months of the year for people to end their marriages, for a number of reasons. Parents with young children may wait until after the holidays are over to file, while other people want to make a new start along with the change of the year. The word "divorce" is even searched more frequently on Google in January, and many divorce lawyers report higher business along with the turn of the year.

Entertainment mogul uses business settlement to pay child support

Child support is a common issue in dispute between parents who have parted ways as a couple. When the parties are well-known, wealthy or both, this can be a public disagreement. For those who are involved in businesses where vast sums of money changes hands, it can be linked to the child support concerns and other aspects of family law. Such was the case with the entertainment entrepreneur Dame Dash.

How to help your children cope with the challenges of divorce

Going through the divorce process has the potential to bury you in stress, tension and uncertain feelings about the future. While you're personally dealing with these concerns, it's critical to take into consideration the well-being of your children.

Are you prepared to avoid these common divorce mistakes?

You think you're prepared for the divorce process, but you have some concerns deep down inside. Not only are you staffed with making a variety of key decisions, but you must do so while protecting your legal rights. Adding to this is the fact that you must avoid mistakes that could cost you time and/or money, while adding stress to the situation.

Red flags that indicate a marriage may end in divorce

The decision to get a divorce can be overwhelming for many Colorado couples. The process might be easier for many if there was one sure sign that divorce was the best option. Usually, there are many factors at play. Here are a few red flags indicating that a marriage could be heading for divorce.

How can women prepare financially for divorce?

If you are a woman in Colorado considering or going through a divorce, there are many things that you must contemplate, including whether you can stay in your home or must relocate. When there are children involved, custody and support agreements need to be negotiated. And whether you have a successful career or are a stay-at-home mother, you no doubt have some concerns about your fiscal situation. You may be asking yourself, what can a divorcing woman to do ensure a safe financial future? 

How a divorce affects the kids

Parents in Colorado should consider what the breakup may do to their kids. The effects vary depending on their ages, and if parents have an idea of what the consequences are maybe that will help them do a better job of helping the kids cope.

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