What Divorce Mediation Offers for Spouses who Already Agree on Terms

Posted March 24, 2021

Divorce is a unique experience for everyone. While conflict divorces are highly televised, many people split quietly and agreeably with their ex. It didn’t work out, the fire is gone, or you have irrevocable differences that simply don’t result in screaming and fighting over assets. Maybe you have a reasonable prenup

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Why Divorce Mediation In Denver Is Essentially Best for You Post COVID

Posted March 17, 2021

Ending a marriage can be very emotional and have financial complications. It can be one of the hardest challenges you’ll face in life depending on the circumstances. According to 2018 statistics, “there were 782, 032 divorces or annulments in the United States.”  A divorce can be challenging, but Denver divorce

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When is the Right Time to Contact a Divorce Mediator in Denver?

Posted March 10, 2021

Getting divorced is never as fast as it looks in the movies. The process has a lot more paperwork, compromise, and waiting than most people expect. You also have more options than the adversarial divorces popularized in dramas. Spouses often separate in agreement about how to move forward, and while

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11 Practical Tips for Helping Children Wear Masks When Visiting

Posted February 24, 2021

Visitation is an essential element of child custody agreements in Denver divorce mediation, and of co-parenting in general. Visitation allows for a growing parent-child relationship no matter where a child primarily lives.  Even 50/50 custody splits include visitation when a child lives for long periods of time with one parent

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How to Minimize the Value of Your Must-Have Divorce Assets

Posted February 17, 2021

Splitting up assets in a divorce is about more than who “gets” the house or car. Often, spouses get caught up in the idea of maintaining the pre-marriage lifestyle or getting stuff that makes their ex jealous of the split. Television drama divorces lead us to make these assumptions but

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8 Signs That Your Divorce Needs New Mediated Terms

Posted February 3, 2021

During Denver divorce mediation, we try to write up a divorce agreement that will work for both parties indefinitely. Ideally, divorce finalizes an emotional and logistical separation of two lives. The terms you set up at that moment depended on the income, potential, and lifestyle you had at the time.

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Why Should Divorce be Simple?

Posted January 26, 2021

The life changing event of divorce is not easy. No one decides to divorce in an instant. Just the path to the “divorce decision” is filled with pain, fear, lost hopes and remorse. The financial and emotional turmoil associated with an actual divorce is life altering. Divorce ranks second to

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Divorce Tax Planning Why are the next 40 days are so important?

Posted January 26, 2021

Because the Internal Revenue Service will determine your marital and filing status for the entire year based upon your marital status as of December 31 of the relevant year, time is running out if you would like to have a choice in, and possible financial benefit from, your 2015 Colorado

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Dividing Retirement Accounts at Divorce

Posted January 26, 2021

Many divorcing couples in Colorado falsely believe that in order to divide retirement accounts at a divorce, one must liquidate that account, incur the associated taxes and penalties, then transfer the remaining proceeds to their spouse. However, by obtaining strong guidance from a Split Simple mediator and following the proper

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