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July 2015 Archives

Considering retroactive child support obligations

The attorneys at Frost & Beck, P.C., understand that being identified as the defendant in a paternity lawsuit can be both incredibly shocking and troubling for you. After all, being ordered to take a paternity test may be the very first time that you are introduced to the idea that you might be the father of a child. Immediately becoming financially responsible for that child can also be a major issue, especially in cases where you could owe retroactive child support payments.

Can a prenuptial agreement be made void?

An increasing number of Colorado family law experts and committed couples alike agree that establishing a prenuptial agreement prior to getting married is the right thing to do. Not only can creating a prenup give you the opportunity to talk to your soon-to-be husband and wife about important financial and lifestyle decisions, but it can also go a long way to safeguard your rights and finances in the event of divorce. Prenup agreements are just like any other legal contract, however, and can be rendered invalidated under certain circumstances.

Financial considerations for older couples going through divorce

People in Colorado who are older than 65 and considering a divorce may be dealing with more than just the emotional issues involved. For example, the American Association of Retired Persons reports that ending a marriage at that age will affect someone's needs for financial assistance through programs such as Medicare and Social Security.

Stepparents and child custody considerations

Blended families are becoming increasingly common in Denver and cities across the country. In fact, it is not unusual for children to be raised by stepparents and among stepsiblings. The relationship that stepparents have with their stepchildren is often incredibly close and committed; however, legal questions can be raised over stepparents’ child custody rights in the event of divorce. If you are facing the prospect of divorce and have concerns over how your relationship with your stepchildren may be affected by the process, rest assured that the attorneys at Frost & Beck, P.C., have a great deal of experience handling these types of family law issues.

Understanding the ins and outs of Colorado alimony guidelines

While some Colorado family law processes like child support calculations are fairly standardized, others are largely determined on a case-by-case basis. Spousal maintenance, for example, is one area of family law that depends largely on the considerations of each individual judge. We here at Frost & Beck, P.C., understand that no two divorce cases are the same, and that your financial security can depend largely on whether and how spousal maintenance is awarded in your case. That is why we are committed to advocating on behalf of our clients to ensure that alimony judgments are always reasonable and fair.

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