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What are My Rights if I Dissolve My Civil Union?

What are My Rights if I Dissolve My Civil Union? Colorado made national headlines when its civil union law took into effect in May 2013. While most same-sex couples celebrated the opportunity to ...
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Changing Your Relationship Status: How to Manage Social Media During Your Divorce

It is undeniable that social media has become an integral part of our lives, and as a result our marital status is not just indicated by a wedding band anymore. Now, many of us also broadcast our ...
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Take Everything With You in a Divorce

"I'll Be Back Later For the Rest" Why You shouldn't Plan on Taking Two Trips When Moving Out of Your Marital Residence Often when divorce clients meet with me they want to talk about ...
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Is Lying to Your Spouse OK?

Everyone knows that the basic foundation of every relationship is honesty and trust. Being truthful helps build trust which is something that is slowly earned and easily broken. When the foundation of ...
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5 Money Questions You Should Ask Before Tying the Knot

Most people would agree that money is the biggest "problem" in a relationship. Besides communication and sex, money can pose a tremendous problem if you and your sweetie aren't on the ...
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Is Hugging Essential for a Healthy Relationship?

Want to learn a way check the health and strength of your relationship? One way of measuring the shape of your relationship is looking to see if your physical affection has diminished or gone ...
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Keeping the Spark in Your Relationship

Do you ever wish your significant other would still bring you flowers, call just to say "I love you", or send a thoughtful text message during the day? I for one am a huge fan of keeping ...
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What Does Your Gut Say?

The saying has been thrown around many times when faced with a tough decision, "trust your gut." This couldn't be more true when it comes to the BIG question, "should we get ...
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Tips to Overcoming a Rocky Relationship with Your In-Laws

Whether you like it or not, when you get married you not only gain a spouse, you gain a whole new extended family. In some marriages your new extended family is a blessing, and in other relationships ...
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How to Enforce Your Court Ordered Parenting Time in Colorado

Unfortunately many client's walk into our office upset because their co-parent is refusing to let them exercise their Court ordered parenting time. Even more discouraging, many of these clients ...
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How to Have "The Talk" With Your Daughter: 5 Helpful Tips for Dads

Are you a single parent? Do you have a daughter? If so you understand how difficult it can be to relate to your daughter during her adolescence. Some subjects can be very embarrassing and sensitive. ...
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One Reason to Have an Attorney Look over your Divorce Separation Agreement

Nothing makes our office happier than to learn that two parties were able to resolve their divorce on their own without the help of attorneys, mediators, or the court. However, sometimes parties are ...
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Single Heading Into the New Year?

If you're single this new year, here are some tips to help you have fun and move on not just get you through! Host a singles only party. This is a great way to connect with other singles and ...
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How to Speed Up my Douglas County Divorce

Our office spends a lot of time representing our clients in Douglas County. Although we love working with our clients in Douglas County's domestic relations court, we have been shocked at how long ...
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Holiday Time Apart

Just met someone new before the holidays? You may not yet be at the point of meeting the parents or ready yourself to take your new someone home. If this is the case here are a few tips to help get ...
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Taking the High Road

This message comes from a previous client of the Jones Law Firm. She recently emailed us an update of her and her now ex-husbands relationship. She gives a first hand look at how they went from ...
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Spoiled?

More and more I see children of divorce being spoiled with lavish gifts and expensive outings or vacations from both parents. Perhaps the parents feel guilty for putting their child through the ...
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Will My Ex's Affair Give Me The Upper Hand In My Divorce?

It is not uncommon for an extramarital affair to lead to a divorce. As a result every so often a scorned spouse will come into my office with the hope that their spouse's infidelity will give them ...
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Brownie Points: An App for Your Relationship

Ever heard of the term, "There's an app for that" ? Well it would seem there's an app for everything these days. The newest and somewhat wacky app is called "Brownie ...
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Know the Lingo: Common Acronyms in Colorado Family Law Cases

Throughout the course of your family law case, you will most likely hear quite a few acronyms thrown around by attorneys and the Court. I have compiled a list of the most common acronyms below. ADR: ...
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The Marriage Hack

I recently watched a Ted talk by Eli Finkel entitled "The Marriage Hack". I wanted to share my summary and hope that it will spark interest for you to watch the video. I must note upfront ...
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Denver Winter Activities for Couples

Denver offers a wide variety of attractions and seasons to keep use satiated. A lot of the activities can be a great way to spend time with your sweetie. Or better yet, getting to know a new sweetie! ...
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Second Chances: Giving Your Ex a Second Shot While Your Divorce is Pending

Second Chances: Giving your ex a second shot while your divorce is pending From time to time I will have a client call me a say something like: "John and I were talking last night and we want to ...
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2houses: I-Phone App that Divorced Parents Need to Check Out

2houses: I-Phone App that Divorced Parents Need to Check Out Typically Co-Parenting involves hundreds of emails, text messages, and phone calls to the other parent. These communications could be about ...
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Calculating Child Support When One Parent Does Not Have Income

How Do We Calculate Maintenance (Alimony) and Child Support When One Parent Has No Income? First know that both parents are legally responsible for supporting the kiddos—not just the parent who ...
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