Financial Planning During Your Divorce- Crafting Your New Budget

Posted August 7, 2018

Divorce is devastating in a number of different ways–but one of the biggest challenges many people face are in their finances. During the years of your marriage, you shared a budget with your spouse: combined income that went into paying for your lodging, your food, and your other expenses. Once

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How To Proceed Through A Denver Divorce Without A Lawyer

Posted July 18, 2018

Hiring a Denver divorce mediator to work through your divorce case might be the easiest way to move forward. However, before you consider how you will go through your divorce without a lawyer, one should understand some of the basics of the laws surrounding divorce in the state of Colorado.

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Meeting With a Divorce Mediator: 5 Important Questions to Ask

Posted June 13, 2018

When divorcing spouses sit down with a neutral third party such as a divorce attorney in order to resolve the issues in their divorce, it can be overwhelming. You may have many questions running through your mind, and need some help organizing your thoughts. Or, you may not know what

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How Long After A Divorce Can You Remarry In Colorado?

Posted June 13, 2018

Most Divorces Start With A Separation (An Uncontested Separation): Many people who are going to be getting divorced start by mutually agreeing to separate their living arrangements. This is the phase where they have separated their personal lives and agreed that a permanent separation of lives is a right next

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What Is The Divorce Separation Process In Chicago?

Posted June 13, 2018

What Is Unique About The Divorce Separation Process In Chicago? As of January 1st, 2016 there have been changes made to the legislature that is called the Illinois Marriage & Dissolution of Marriage Act. These changes are quite monumental, sweeping, and far-reaching in scope and will provide an entirely new

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Differences Between Uncontested and No Fault Divorces

Posted April 9, 2018

Potential divorce clients frequently ask us, “What is the difference between an uncontested divorce and a no fault divorce?” Because we get this question so often and it is such a good one, we wanted to take a moment and address it with this blog post. The simple answer is

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Tax Reform and Alimony

Posted November 29, 2017

Ordinarily this time of year, many couples decide to wait until after the holidays to move forward with filing a divorce. However, given the tax code changes in the proposed tax bill in Congress, this is a December to pay attention and consider whether filing for a divorce in December

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How Long Does it Take to Get a Divorce In Colorado

Posted March 24, 2017

In almost every free Split Simple consultation, potential clients want to know: “How long does it take to get a Divorce in Colorado?” As long as you and your spouse file the Petition as “Co-Petitioners” (i.e. you both sign the Petition in front a notary), a Colorado Divorce Court must

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