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If You Want to Avoid Divorce...

No one gets married in hopes of getting divorced. Divorce can be one of the most gut-wrenching times in a person’s life. And it doesn't matter whether or not you have kids to divide. The ending of hopes and dreams and the guilt and sense of failure that often accompanies ...

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Blog posts in August, 2012

  • Preventing A Child Custody Battle

    Are you so busy parenting that your spouse is getting the "leftovers" in your relationship. Think about what you do with your time and where you put ...

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  • Newly Single Parents and the Dating Challenge

    Are you single, dating, and trying to figure out how to manage dating and raising your kids in a healthy and sound environment in which they can ...

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  • Document Requirements in Colorado Divorce

    Requirements typically include about 10 to 20 documents during the entire filing process although this can vary widely. Begin by filing these court ...

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  • Residency Requirement in Colorado Divorce

    Different laws govern the divorce process and it varies in different states. Here in Colorado, there are several things you need to know. Under the ...

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  • Consider Counseling When You Consider Divorce

    Divorce never comes easy to both parties involved, not to mention that it often brings trauma to the children. Events which lead to the decision to ...

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  • What Is Alimony?

    Alimony or spousal maintenance is the monetary support received by one spouse from the other on a periodic basis either during or after the divorce , ...

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  • Parental Alienation

    Parental alienation takes many forms but can include when a parent keeps the other from seeing the child or tells the child such things as, "your ...

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  • Parental Rights Of The Father

    Under the Colorado divorce laws, the courts cannot and do not automatically favor the mother when it comes to custody of the children. The courts take ...

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  • Abuse In Marriage

    Over half of all marriages in the United States today, end up in divorce court. Abuse can be physical, sexual, or emotional. There are times when ...

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