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Raising children after a divorce

It is very common for Colorado residents who divorce to struggle with ensuring that their child has a good relationship with both parents. Due to having negative feelings about the other person, it can be challenging for parents to refrain from casting their ex in a negative light. However, it is essential to the well-being of children that they have a solid relationship with both parents after a divorce. To make sure this is the case, individuals should do their best to avoid conflicts and try to keep from getting pulled into the middle of a fight between a child and their ex.

Emotional effects of divorce

While divorce may be difficult at first for Colorado residents, a recent piece argues that some of them may be happier after divorce. The piece suggests that women have an easier time coping because of factors such as custody, lower stress levels and being the first to initiate the process.

Baseball fans wonder if Dodgers owner hit grand slam in divorce

Colorado Dodgers' fans learned that the ex-wife of team owner Frank McCourt would have to be satisfied with only $131 million. That amount was awarded to Jamie McCourt in her divorce from the Los Angeles Dodgers owner, who went on to sell the team for a record $2.15 billion just five months later. A judge told her that she had no legal basis to share in the $1.278 billion profit her ex-husband scored in the deal.

Handling common divorce fears

One of the biggest sources of concern for Colorado residents who divorce is how their finances will look after they end their marriage. How much people get in a divorce will often determine where they live, how well their children are cared for and what their lifestyle will be. While it is normal to be concerned about these issues, there are some ways that individuals can take control of their situation and ensure they end up with an equitable outcome in their divorce.

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