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June 2015 Archives

Colorado common-law marriage considerations

There are a large number of reasons for opposite-sex and same-sex couples to delay and/or forgo legal marriage altogether in Colorado. No matter the reason for not obtaining a marriage certificate, it is important for people to understand when and how their relationships are regarded under the law. After all, the legal classification of a committed relationship as a common-law marriage can have significant consequences in the event that the relationship ends.

What is a social media clause in a prenup agreement?

When considering establishing a prenuptial agreement, it can be difficult to imagine the circumstances in which such a legal document would be necessary in your relationship. This can be especially true in cases where you and your significant other earn comparable wages and/or have not acquired a considerable amount of joint assets. Interestingly, however, the benefits of having a prenup agreement can be more obvious when you take into account such factors as your privacy and social media use.

How to establish paternity in the state of Colorado

Many family law arrangements revolve around identifying the rights and responsibilities of parents. As a result, it is often necessary to legally establish paternity before any number of family law issues can be addressed. Determining the legal paternity of a child can be much more complicated than the parents simply verbalizing who the father is, and involves adhering to strict Colorado family law guidelines and processes.

Establishing a comprehensive and practical parenting plan

While you and your child’s other parent may agree that the best interests of your child are at the forefront of your parenting decisions, you both may have very different ideas about what your child’s best interests actually are. As a result, developing an effective parenting plan can be a complicated and contentious process. No matter if you are making post-divorce custody arrangements or are creating a legally binding parenting plan outside of marriage, the attorneys at the law offices of Frost & Beck, P.C., can help you develop a parenting plan that reflects your child’s unique needs as well as your own.

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