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Is an amicable divorce really possible?

If you and your spouse are planning a divorce, there is obviously some kind of conflict or incompatibility that exists between you. For many Colorado couples, those issues come to a head during the divorce process and create a lot of unnecessary tension. Turning every issue into a battle can be exhausting, both emotionally and financially. At Frost & Beck, P.C., we understand that a lot of drama surrounding your divorce may be the last thing you need. Therefore, our experience has taught us that yes, having an amicable divorce really is possible.

Millennials taking a different approach to marriage and divorce

It’s widely acknowledged that the millennial generation in Colorado is coming of age in a time that is vastly different from that of their parents and grandparents. Feminism, social liberalism and dramatic increases in technology have changed the way that many millennials approach their lives. Previous generations sought fulfillment by getting married and starting families. While young adults today are not against doing the same, they are choosing to do it later according to CNN.

Preparing to become a single parent

After a divorce, there will be many practical and emotional considerations that parents will have to take into account. Even if the marriage was contentious, there was still another person living in the home who shared part of the burden of running a household and raising children. Suddenly finding oneself holding the full responsibility for those things can be overwhelming. However, keeping a few things in mind can help the make the transition smoother.

Tips for preventing your ex from taking your child illegally

Divorces can be contentious for many different reasons. When those disputes spill into issues of child custody, things can get downright messy – especially if one of the parties is from another country. Sometimes one of the parents may take the extreme measure of abducting his or her child and relocating to another part of the country or a different nation altogether. We at Frost & Beck, P.C., understand that the parent who is left behind is then faced with emotional turmoil and likely a long legal battle. However, according to the U.S. Department of State, there are some warning signs to look out for and steps that can be taken to try to prevent a parental abduction from occurring.

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