When you split up with someone there are many other things that get split up: custody of the dog, the house, the blender you both love. These are the things that Coloradans know about when you go into a divorce; that you're fully aware you'll have to compromise, fight for or begrudgingly hand over. These are things that are well-known when it comes to property division; however, there are some other things to be discussed now that property isn't entirely tangible.
Kim Kardashian is pregnant! It's 2013! The two statements were possibly some of the most popular said in Colorado and all over last weekend as Kanye West announced that the couple were expecting. The jovial news has elicited many various responses, one of which is in regard to Kardashian's still pending divorce. In 2011, Kardashian married to one Kris Humphries; a marriage that lasted a now infamous 72 days.
It's becoming more and more apparent to legislators and Coloradan citizens who've become parents through alternative methods that child custody and support issues can abound in certain situations. The struggle that many are dealing with these days is that it appears the science of parenting and adoption may have outstretched the laws regarding parenting and adoptions. For those who aren't able to conceive of their own accord, adoption has been an option for some time. The difference now is that adoption is a much larger platform, involving very different technology and the rules are changing.
Divorce mediation is something that is becoming increasingly popular in our nation. The positive effects of having a team of professionals who could help you and your ex to achieve the elusive middle ground regarding asset division, child custody, and settlements often highlight the benefit of working through a divorce collaboratively. Colorado residents have likely heard of this method, but may not know all that goes into it.
We've all been through the awkward and emotional situation of running into an ex before. Where you just want to escape, or maybe even torture yourself and go talk to them. It can be very painful to have to go through the moving on process - especially so for couples who were once married. For some Colorado couples, it can be even more difficult if you continue to work with your previous spouse.
Custody battles are often terrible and heart-wrenching situations wrought with complicated feelings among the people closest to you. It can be extremely difficult to go through, especially when there are allegations of abuse brought into the picture. Coloradans have likely heard of the show Modern Family and know of the younger sister played by actress Ariel Winter. Winter's real-life older sister has been granted custody of her temporarily, as the star's own family drama works towards a permanent solution.
So we've talked before about how a divorce can affect the children involved and how it can bring about many different kinds of reactions, but what happens when the kids speak up about it? One thing that Colorado parents may not have or may not have wanted to consider is with whom their children would like to stay. There are many different factors weighed in custody agreements and the kids' preference is quite an important one, a source explains.
As we near Thanksgiving and thus the official start of the holiday season, newly divorced Colorado parents no doubt begin to wonder what their season will hold and those who have been divorced for some time know how the changes can affect both you and your children. With all of the emotions and confusion, there ought to be a roadmap on how to handle family, food, fun and all these new feelings. One woman explains ways to make it easier on yourself and your family as you embark on the festivities.
Oftentimes custody battles draw out many emotions and even worries for some Colorado parents, however the situation might be a little more heightened when the custody is so disputed and you're dealing with your own custody issues at the same time. Bond star, Halle Berry was recently reported to have lost the petition she requested regarding her daughter's living situations. Berry had sought to relocate with her daughter to France, due to some serious threats she has been trying to move forward from.
Property division is almost always inevitable in divorces. Often, there is an idea of who would get what, but certain contracts can help to make the process go a little more smoothly, such as prenuptial agreements or postnuptial agreements. In cases of high-asset divorces in Colorado and elsewhere, working through the possessions that a couple has accumulated together can make the division somewhat stressful, especially if one party believes they are entitled to something more than the other.