Blog Posts in 2016

Financial Tips for Divorcing Spouses

It’s no secret that one of the most difficult parts of divorce is the financial aspect. If the financial part were easier, we would probably see a rise in divorce filings. If you have put off a ...
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Which Parent Claims the Dependency Exemption?

With tax season quickly approaching, a lot of our clients, especially those with children, ask us about the dependency exemption. Which parent claims the exemption, and can the noncustodial parent ...
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Are You a Victim of Parental Alienation Syndrome?

When married couples with children go their separate ways, they must remember to keep their children’s best interests at heart, but for some parents, that’s easier said than done. Divorce ...
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Colorado Child Custody FAQs

If you are headed for divorce and you have children with your spouse, you will undoubtedly have questions about child custody. Will the children live with one parent more of the time? Which parent ...
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What You Need to Know About Legal Separation

Consult with a Denver Family Attorney – Call (888) 850-9851 Legal separation in Colorado is an alternative to divorce or annulment which allows spouses to be declared separate persons for both ...
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Factors That Are Considered When Determining Child Support

In simple terms, child support is an ongoing, periodic payment made for the benefit of a child following a divorce or separation, usually made from the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent. ...
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How Remarriage Impacts Alimony in Colorado

In the United States, spouses are expected to financially support each other and that does not necessarily end when a couple divorces. Often, one spouse will methodically withdraw from the workforce ...
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Dividing Property in a Colorado Divorce

One of the reasons why divorce is so complicated is because spouses have to determine how to divide their assets and debts. By assets, we’re referring to all income, cash and property acquired ...
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Stay Connected with Jones Law Firm, PC

At Jones Law Firm, PC, our Denver family attorney provides clients with experienced and compassionate legal counsel. If you have a benefited from our services in the past or are currently looking for ...
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Divorce: Should You Sell Your House?

Ask any realtor, and they will quickly tell you that a significant portion of their business comes from sellers who are in the middle of a divorce, and there is a very good reason for this. Often, it ...
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Colorado Divorce Basics: What You Need to Know

If you are considering getting a divorce in Colorado, you will want to familiarize yourself with the terms and the process. Here is some basic information that you should know: For starters, Colorado ...
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Economic Fault - Financial Decisions Before a Divorce

Questions Regarding Financial Decisions Prior to Divorce As a family law attorney, I receive calls and questions almost every day about the divorce process. Recently, I have noticed that many of the ...
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Legal Separation vs Divorce

The Difference Between Separation & Legal Separation Many clients file for divorce after believing they are legally separated from their spouse since, many times, a separating couple will live ...
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Father's Rights

Do the Courts Prefer Mothers over Fathers? Historically, with parenting time following divorce, many believed children should stay with only one parent rather than jump back and forth between both ...
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