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September 2016 Archives

Property division not likely to be an issue in Brangelina split

For many people in Colorado, getting married is one of the most important events in their lives. While the notion of signing a prenuptial agreement may be unromantic to some people, having one in place can protect both parties and their finances in the event the marriage does not work out.

A look at why gray divorce is on the rise

When couples over the age of 50 split up, it is sometimes referred to as “gray divorce.” While one might think that people who have been together a long time would have very little to disagree about, fighting does not really seem to be the issue behind the splits in this case, reports Time Magazine. Rather, many couples at that stage in their lives have simply grown apart. As life expectancy increases, the thought of living a few more decades with someone they are not passionate about seems to be driving the decision for many people.

Tips for exes to remain friendly when children are involved

While a Colorado divorce is never easy on the parents, it can be especially hard for children. Younger kids in particular may have a difficult time grasping the intricacies of adult relationships and may feel stressed out and fearful about what the split may mean for them. Therefore, one of the best things parents can do is maintain a cordial relationship in order to help the children feel secure. In fact, reports Parents Magazine, divorce courts in many states have adopted a child-focused approach to divorce, and more than half of states require divorcing parents to attend a class on co-parenting.

Frozen embryos are increasingly becoming an issue in divorces

Increases in technology have made it possible for couples in Colorado to delay becoming parents until they wish to do so. A woman’s eggs can be harvested and then fertilized through in vitro fertilization. The resulting embryo can then be frozen and thawed and implanted at a time of the couple’s choosing. However, if the couple ends up divorcing, the fate of those frozen embryos can sometimes lead to a battle in court.

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