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May 2013 Archives

Rapper M.I.A. misses mark in child custody ruling, moves ahead

Since 2012, rapper M.I.A has been locked in a difficult family law dispute with her former fiance, musician and music executive Benjamin Bronfman, which is a story music fans in Colorado may be interested in. The former couple had a child together, but neither party can agree how to settle child custody issues. At this time, M.I.A. is trying to get legal permission to take her 4-year-old son to England, where she's originally from.

Is signing a prenuptial agreement the best option in Colorado?

Few things in life are certain, which is exactly why many people take steps to prepare for the future by setting up retirement funds and other investments. At the same time, many people may not know how to approach their marriage, a major life event that has a variety of implications, in the same way. Fortunately, Littleton residents may have options to plan ahead for whatever the future may hold.

Colorado grandparents chose adoption despite challenges

Grandparents have a unique role to play within families. In most circumstances, grandparents can be a steady influence in a child's life. However, when family needs arise, these individuals can go from a mentor to a much more prominent role rather quickly. This was the case for one Colorado couple, who stepped up to the task of parenting when they adopted three grandchildren.

Posthumous paternity dispute comes to a standstill

In Colorado, suing for paternity can help resolve a number of family law issues. When a mother is looking to collect child from a reluctant father, she can file a claim to determine paternity. This could lead to DNA testing, which could prove the man is the father and, thus, make him responsible for making child support payments.

Privacy concerns may surface during the divorce process

As with any major life change, divorce can be stressful. Any Colorado resident who has been through the process knows about the emotional and legal hurdles that can arise if the process isn't handled smoothly. As many divorcing couples have found, remaining civil during the process or going through mediation can ease the stress that can accompany marital dissolution.

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