10 Things to Do Before You File for Divorce

Posted March 21, 2019

It is never an easy decision to divorce, but you should know that you are not alone in it. Every day someone sees the final block of their marriage crumble and divorce is their only path. Yet, for as difficult as it can be, uncontested divorce in Denver is a

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How the New Tax Law May Affect Your Alimony Deductions

Posted March 14, 2019

If you and your spouse have been considering filing for divorce, it’s important to know about recent changes made to tax law that affect alimony payments. It is common for one ex-spouse to become legally obligated to make payments to the other ex-spouse as part of a divorce settlement. These

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How Will a Divorce Affect Your Taxes?

Posted February 28, 2019

Are you getting ready to file your taxes for the first time since your divorce? You likely have some questions about how divorce mediation in Denver is going to affect the way that you file your taxes and how much you’ll pay. What will your tax status be this time?

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I’ve Decided to Divorce, So What’s Next?

Posted February 7, 2019

When you’re considering the divorce process, the details can be mind-boggling. You know that you will have to find new living patterns and to divide up the assets and belongings acquired during the marriage. Every step in the divorce process has the potential to be emotional. However, some couples are

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What Chicago Residents Don’t Know about Uncontested Divorce

Posted January 30, 2019

Realizing that your marriage is no longer working for you or your spouse is heartbreaking, in most cases, and a difficult situation with which to be faced in almost all cases. Understanding the Chicago divorce mediator laws particular to those who live in Illinois is crucial for the married parties.

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6 Ways to Financially Prepare for Your Divorce

Posted January 23, 2019

You think that the biggest impact a divorce will have on your life is living without your spouse. And that will definitely be a profound difference. You will be making decisions on your own, living on your own, and experiencing all the freedom that comes with being one person instead

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Top 5 Differences Between Uncontested Divorce and Courtroom Divorce

Posted January 17, 2019

The idea of an uncontested divorce in Denver sounds pretty good to most couples. Although uncontested doesn’t necessarily mean easy, simple, or even amicable, it does mean that you and your former spouse come to an agreement rather than letting the court decide.  Although we often imagine divorces playing out

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10 Most Common Reasons for Divorce

Posted January 8, 2019

Marriage is a lifetime, sincere promise we make to our spouses. It takes and it gives; it heals and hurts; it teaches and nourishes. But marriage is not all romance and intimacy. It’s not just a commitment to another person, it is a commitment to yourself. It is a commitment

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What Happens If A Court Does Not Accept Our Divorce Documents?

Posted January 4, 2019

Divorce is one of the most difficult processes you can go through, next to getting married in the first place. There is a great deal of stress involved, and the more intertwined your and your partner’s lives have become, the more difficult they are to separate. However, even under ideal

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How Soon After Divorce Can You Remarry in Colorado?

Posted December 13, 2018

If you are getting a divorce, then sooner or later you will be thinking about moving on. While some divorcees have been "burned" and avoid future relationships, others are likely to go "on the market" quickly. Some states have legal minimum waiting periods. Colorado is not one of those states.

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