Regardless of age or income level, a divorce can be hard on the emotions and the finances of Colorado couples who are going through the process. But, with a little preparation and a few best practices, it is possible to minimize the damage to both.
A man from another state who left a fundamentalist church that requires men to take multiple wives has had an uphill battle to remove his children from the control of the group. It took three years of fighting in court, but the father has finally been granted custody of his children.
Divorce is an unpleasant process that can wreak havoc on personal finances and tax emotions to the breaking point. The divorce process can last many months, and sometimes more than a year. Almost no one enters a marriage planning to get a divorce, but the pressures and stresses of modern life seem to persist in keeping the divorce rate high.
Divorce can be ugly, but when does the behavior of one of the parties cross the line into domestic violence? The abuses that are considered to be domestic violence are broken bones and bruises, but it can also be less obvious when it takes the form of control and power issues. One Longmont woman knows the story of how emotions can escalate during a divorce.