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August 2013 Archives

Cosigned loans in a divorce

Colorado spouses in the midst of divorce proceedings should know that joint financial obligations between a married couple do not automatically split in two when the parties divorce. Unfortunately, one spouse may still be liable for the obligations entered into during marriage, even if that spouse is not the primary or continuing borrower of the loan.

Colorado Dad continues custody fight for daughter

A Colorado father is continuing to fight for custody of his five-year-old daughter, a fight which is ongoing and not without its setbacks. In 2008, his girlfriend learned she was pregnant with his child. She then moved to Utah where she quickly signed over her parental rights to her family who adopted the child. This was done without the biological father's knowledge or consent.

Couples that made co-parenting work

Colorado residents who are involved in a divorce or child custody dispute may be wondering how other people handle a similar situation. There are many celebrities that are involved in joint child custody situations, some of whom have been willing to share their experiences.

Some courts seeking to end alimony payments

When Colorado couples finalize a divorce, the two people involved may still rely on each other, especially when it comes to finances. In many cases, one individual relies on alimony from the other, which is a court-ordered payment that must be made by one spouse to the other. Many people rely on these alimony payments; however, some states are considering ending these payments as part of certain reforms to family law-related legislation.

Congressman’s paternity test shows he isn't young woman's father

Establishing paternity is an important first step in cases where a mother or a child wants to ensure that a father is financially responsible for the child. It is also an important step in a biological father being recognized as his child's parent in order to be a part of the child's life. And sometimes it’s important even when the child is an adult.

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