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June 2016 Archives

How can I protect my business in the event of a divorce?

Hardly anyone goes into a marriage expecting it to end in divorce. However, if you are a Colorado business owner, or think you may end up owning a business during the course of your marriage, you have a lot to lose should things take a turn for the worse. However, there are some steps you can take to make sure your business and the assets that go along with it are protected if your marriage falls apart.

Are there any ways to tell whether my marriage will last?

Like many people, you may wish that you had a crystal ball that would tell you whether or not your marriage will last for the long haul. While everyone enters marriage hoping that it will last forever, unfortunately sometimes that simply does not happen. However, according to Glamour, there may be certain factors that can help predict the likelihood that your marriage will be successful.

How a legal separation differs from a divorce

If you and your spouse have decided that you no longer wish to be together, you may think that a divorce is your only option. However, for some Colorado couples a legal separation can be a viable alternative to a divorce. At Frost & Beck, P.C., we understand that every situation is different and that finding a solution that meets your particular needs is important to you.

We’re getting divorced: what happens to our house?

If you are in the process of getting a divorce, you may already be struggling with dividing up possessions and other assets. Your home is not only one of the biggest assets you and your spouse have, but it also the place that you live. Moreover, it may hold sentimental value for you. Therefore, deciding what to do with it after your split can be difficult. However, there are a few options you may want to consider.

Why a DIY divorce is not a good idea

It’s no secret that going through a divorce in Colorado is going to cost money. With all of the information and resources available online nowadays, it may seem tempting to curb some of those expenses by not hiring an attorney and going it alone. However, doing so could be a mistake for a number of reasons.

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