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March 2018 Archives

What are some benefits to divorce mediation in Colorado?

When a couple in Colorado are so at odds with each other that they have decided to end their marriage, the idea that they could mediate their divorce legal issues may seem laughable. However, there are many positive aspects to divorce mediation that could make it a more satisfactory option than traditional litigation.

Don't hide assets in a divorce -- you will get caught

Sometimes it starts by just squirreling a little money away during the divorce process to keep it secret from one's spouse. However, hiding assets in a divorce can often escalate to more than just a secret bank account. Sometimes, a spouse in Colorado hides assets in an offshore account or transfers the assets to a relative or friend to keep the assets secret from the other spouse. A spouse may open up his or her own safe-deposit box, investment accounts and more. However, what a spouse needs to keep in mind is that hiding assets in a divorce is illegal, and in today's electronic age, not as simple as it might have been in years past.

Child custody orders look very different from those of years past

Child custody orders in Colorado these days may look very different from those established 30 years ago. There are now other options than having a child live with one parent and having visitation with the other parent one weekday and every-other weekend. The primary focus when it comes to child custody these days is what is in the best interests of the child.

What terms are unenforceable in a Colorado premarital agreement?

Sometimes, couples in Colorado and elsewhere do not enter into a premarital agreement before walking down the aisle. They may think that the notion of deciding in advance what will happen if they divorce is not only unromantic, but also that it is a sign that one or both parties are not committed to making the marriage last.

Is your prenuptial agreement really airtight?

When a couple chooses to use a prenuptial agreement to protect each other and their own interests, they may assume that simply having a prenuptial agreement is enough. Like a will, it is usually better to have a prenuptial agreement of any kind rather than none at all, but if a prenuptial agreement is not carefully considered and prepared with an eye for detail, it may not stand up to scrutiny when it comes time to use it.

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