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March 2013 Archives

Paternity suit involving Jordan was not a slam dunk

When Colorado parents have trouble obtaining visitation rights or court-ordered child support payments, state family law provides helpful options. One of the most frequently used legal tools in such cases is a paternity claim. By clearly establishing fatherhood, a custodial parent can receive financial support or a father may be able to spend time with his kid.

Supreme Court will settle complex, emotional child custody case

Any Colorado family that has been through the divorce process understands how difficult it can be to negotiate a custody arrangement that balances the parents' desires and the children's needs. As one case set to appear before the U.S. Supreme Court shows, however, the cases can become even more difficult if they involve potential conflicts with federal law.

What does it take to invalidate a prenuptial agreement?

In preparation for marriage, many couples take a practical step by signing a prenuptial agreement. No one gets married intending to divorce, but making such a move is a way to ease the divorce process for everyone involved in the event that a couple makes the decision to split up. Although most of these agreements are enforced during divorce proceedings, Colorado readers should know they aren't necessarily infallible.

Adultery may no longer be a criminal offense in Colorado

Whether adultery is an offense committed against just the spouse or whether it should be treated as a crime against society's moral rules has been a matter of controversy involving clashes of ideological views. There is already the widespread perception that adultery is just a private issue that can affect family law decisions but should not be treated as a criminal offense.

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