We’ve Decided to Divorce, What Do I Do Now?

Posted January 26, 2021

You and your spouse have decided to divorce in Colorado. It’s been a long time coming – not a decision that you reached overnight and not one that you are even sure is the right decision. But the decision has been made and you want things to be different in

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Practical Tips for Handling Marital Assets During Separation

Posted December 11, 2020

When you file for divorce, the court puts an automatic restraining order on assets. This rule was established to protect spouses from the other draining accounts or selling property before marital assets can be split. Of course, this isn’t a problem for all separating spouses and many find the rule

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9 Tips to Resolve Divorce Disputes Without Meeting in Person

Posted December 3, 2020

Spouses seeking Denver divorce mediation today are facing a little more challenge than usual. The post-pandemic world has made it difficult to keep appointments or to meet up for coffee and compromise. In fact, you probably shouldn’t even meet with mediators or counselors to help the divorce along Lockdown has

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8 Tips to Work From Home without Ending Your Marriage

Posted November 19, 2020

Six months ago, most married couples would swear that a month-long vacation alone together would be heaven. If the vacation were truly a break from life and reality, that might be true. However, COVID quarantine and work-from-some changes have put the whole thing into a new perspective. Millions of couples

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How Child Support Legal Services Can Help Both Co-Parents

Posted November 12, 2020

Child support is an essential part of the modern Denver divorce mediation. Not all separating couples with children need child support, but those who do need the agreement to be fair and enforced to take good care of their children. In this situation, a lawyer who understands the inner workings

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How to Have a Real Discussion About Divorce Finances with Your Ex

Posted November 5, 2020

Divorces are hard, and so is talking about personal finances. Between the two concepts, our culture practically requires most people to simply stop talking. No one wants to dig up issues relating to their marriage, and no one wants to talk about the potential for future money problems. However, spouses

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Involving Children in Your Divorce – When and How to Do It Right

Posted October 22, 2020

Most people would say that children should be kept out of the divorce proceedings and, most of the time, they’d be right. Denver divorce mediation is a personal experience between a separating married couple, and children usually benefit psychologically when they are clear of any negative feelings or interactions. But

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8 Tips to Make Virtual Parenting Time Really Work

Posted October 15, 2020

The recent pandemic situation has brought an existing child custody issue into the spotlight: What do co-parents do when it’s impossible to get your quality parenting time in person? Traditionally, this is an issue of distance and time. Children may not be able to travel between parent homes rapidly enough

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SplitSimple.com Announces 2020 Winner of $500 Social Work Scholarship

Posted October 8, 2020

Denver, CO – SplitSimple.com, an organization focused on assisting Denver based individuals with uncontested divorce mediation, announced Emily Townsend as the winner of their $500 scholarship contest. Emily is currently pursuing a Masters in Clinical Social Work at Western Michigan University with a focus in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children

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7 Ways Divorce Mediation Benefits Child Custody Agreements

Posted September 24, 2020

Building a good child custody agreement does not happen with boilerplate policy. Every family is different. Every co-parenting team and every child bring their own unique spin to the situation. You can likely build the right custody agreement out of the selection of standard methods and policies, but actually agreeing

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