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Being Real About Your Feelings In An Amicable Divorce

Being Real About Your Feelings In An Amicable Divorce Thrown in with the stories of viciously dramatic celebrity divorces are the occasional tales of celebrity couples that had more amicable separations. See how nice they look spending time with their child. Their divorce is better than some couples’ marriages. But the camera doesn’t go home with them. It’s not there to capture the moments alone at the end of the day. When the music has …

Tax Credits and Children

Parents need to be aware of the various child dependent exemptions and credits that are available to them on their tax returns and how they might be affected by a parenting plan or divorce (separation) agreement. We all know the value of the child dependency exemption. Do not assume that the parent with the child the majority of the time gets the dependency exemption. That is not true in Colorado. Taxes are about money and …

How Not To Tell An Ex About Getting Remarried

After a divorce, some couples choose to keep their distance as much as possible. Others, often for the sake of the kids, must remain in regular contact. And as life goes on, it’s almost inevitable that one of them will eventually have to tell the other about a remarriage. There are right, albeit awkward, ways of sharing the news. There are also wrong ways. Letting an ex find out on the internet may seem like …

Facebook, Twitter, and Your Divorce

As much as we all love our Facebook, Twitter or other social media accounts, we sometimes forget that over-sharing on these public forums can have significant and negative consequences, not only professionally and personally, but there are legal consequences as well. We have all seen the posts of a friend venting about her relationship woes or how they drank way too much the night before. Judges and Magistrate’s here in Colorado generally disdain parents or …

Your Divorce Attorney: Your Greatest Defense Against Common Mistakes

By the time a couple arrives at the point where the next logical step is divorce, it is understandable that at least one of you would like to get through the process as quickly as possible. But unlike ripping off a Band-Aid, speed is not typically the best course of action here. Your next step is to contact your attorney. A good attorney understands the emotional effects of divorce, but also understands that there are …

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 divorce is painful for everybody. Divorce strains relationships with friends and loved ones. Dear friends are sometimes at a loss for words and feel uncomfortable. …

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 thrive? The number of single parents increases by over 2 million each year. The majority of these newly single parents have been previously married for up to 10 years. When they began to even consider dating again, they can end up with more questions than answers initially. They …

What to Look for in a Divorce Lawyer

It is important to get a good lawyer for a divorce case since this is a legal battle that can hurt you and your children in many aspects. Choosing your divorce lawyer can make or break your case, so do it the smart way by evaluating your choices. Experienced lawyers are who you should seek as your counsel. Obviously, a good track record for winning previously handled divorce cases would be an indication of the lawyer’s skills and expertise. …

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