${site.data.firmName}${SEMFirmNameAlt}
Phone: 303-731-6227
Toll Free: 866-604-2791

October 2019 Archives

Set the co-parenting stage with a collaborative divorce

It is a well-known fact that divorces can be nasty. They can be stressful, vindictive, time consuming, expensive, anger fueled, emotional apocalypses if we let them. The good news? They don't have to be that way. There are other options to obtaining a divorce rather than duking it out in a courtroom. The option we want to tell you about today is what is known as collaborative law. It is becoming more common in divorce and child custody matters.

Immigration and custody mediation

Divorce is a particularly precarious situation for any immigrant who is seeking permanent resident status. Most immigrants who enter the country based on marriage are considered conditional residents. They are granted a two year period of lawful residency, and must meet certain conditions prior to becoming a legal resident. A divorce within that two year time period immediately raises some red flags with authorities who become tasked with determining whether the marriage was used for immoral immigration, or whether the union was legitimate.

How to cope with the emotional stress of divorce

If we are being honest, divorce can be one of the most stressful events a person can ever go through. It can affect your physical health as well as mental. Sometimes symptoms such as anxiety or depression seem to take over. However, there are ways to cope with it in a healthy way, and find your way back to yourself in no time. Here, we discuss some of the ways to ease the burden.

The custody battle from a child's perspective

Think about how many memories you have from your childhood, whether good or bad, that have an effect on you now as an adult. It is amazing how the smallest, most seemingly minute words or happenings turn out to be what shapes us. The little things that "stick". Now think about how you would feel if looking back at those memories, you remembered the hate fueled words your parents screamed as they argued over which you would live with. Or the ways in which they used you as a pawn to hurt one another, constantly trying to make you feel their bitterness toward the other. Those memories wouldn't be so great to reminisce on.

Quietly navigating a high profile divorce

For any high-profile, well-known couple, divorce can be an extremely stressful and embarrassing event to navigate. It can become difficult to trust anyone. Where there are children involved, protecting their emotional well-being and shielding them from any public scrutiny becomes a top priority. All of the emotional strain coupled with the stress of dividing high-value assets does not have to be handled alone.

Email Us For a Response

Contact us now to set up a case evaluation

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Brand Footer

Centennial Office
6898 South University Blvd., Suite 110
Centennial, CO 80122

Toll Free: 866-604-2791
Phone: 303-731-6227
Fax: 303-648-5874
Centennial Law Office Map

Denver Office
44 Cook St.
#100
Denver, CO 80206

Toll Free: 866-604-2791
Phone: 303-731-6227
Map & Directions

Boulder Office
4450 Arapahoe Ave.
Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80303

Toll Free: 866-604-2791
Phone: 303-731-6227
Map & Directions

Toll Free: 866-604-2791
Phone: 303-731-6227
Fax: 303-648-5874