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Can I Get a Divorce When My House is Upside-Down?

If you’re fortunate, you’ll head into a divorce with equity in your home, money in the bank, and a couple retirement accounts. This way, once the marital assets are split according to Colorado law, you’ll be comfortable. But, not everyone is that fortunate. For a lot of jaded spouses, there never seems to be a “good time” to divorce. And, if unhappy spouses delay their divorce because they’re waiting for the real estate market to heat up,...

Cheating Spouses Leave Behind Digital Trails

Cheating spouses and criminals seem to have something in common…leaving behind evidence. “Students of human behavior have speculated that people take ridiculous chances or are extremely careless while committing crimes because, on some level, they actually wanted to get caught. Such thinking seems to stem from writings by Sigmund Freud, who wrote about an unconscious desire to get caught and punished,” Stanton E. Samenow, Ph.D. wrote in Psychology Today. Later in Mr. Samenow’s article, he concludes...

License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in CO

Do you hold a professional license? If you’re a real estate agent, an accountant, a doctor or nurse, a veterinarian, a teacher, a notary, or the possessor of another professional or license, you may not know it but your livelihood may be at risk if you fall behind on your child support payments. You see, all 50 states have enacted laws that cancel, revoke or suspend the licenses of non-custodial parents who fail to pay child...

Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in Denver

Are you a victim of spousal abuse or is your husband or wife abusing your children? If your spouse is threatening imminent bodily harm upon you or your children, or if he or she has physically abused a member of your family (including you), you could be a victim of domestic violence. Domestic violence refers to verbal abuse, sexual abuse, or physical abuse committed by one family or household member against another member of the family...

Parental Relocations: What You Need to Know

After a couple divorces, circumstances are going to change – it’s inevitable. Often, such changes include a remarriage, a new house, new schools, new friends, new jobs, and even a relocation. Sometimes, the custodial parent (the parent who has the children most of the time and receives child support) wants to move to another county or another state, and this can have a significant impact on the existing child custody arrangement. If a custodial parent wishes to relocate, the...

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 legal assistance regarding a family law matter, please don’t hesitate to connect with us online. Contact Jones Law Firm, PC 1721 High St. Denver, CO 80218 Phone: (303) 799-8155 Website: http://www.denverdivorceattorneys.com Practice Areas Family Law Divorce Child Custody Fathers’ Rights Mediation And More...

New Colorado Spousal Maintenance Law Explained

Colorado has a new maintenance law that went into effect January 1, 2014. The new law states that a term of maintenance will be based on percentage calculations of the parties’ incomes. The resulting maintenance calculation is based on 40 percent of the high income earner’s monthly income and subtracting 50 percent of the lower earner’s monthly income. The law also provides additional factors such as duration of the marriage, child support orders, and marital...

Struggles Affording Christmas?

It’s that time of year where our bank accounts plummet and our debt inflates. But it certainly doesn’t have to be this way. Most people think that Christmas is about buying tons and tons of expensive gifts for one another to show their “love”. While buying gifts for someone is very nice, you certainly don’t have to completely drain your bank account. Your new year should not start with “how am I going to pay...

Hidden Problems in a Relationship

Hidden Problems in a Relationship Every relationship has there problems, or sometimes lack there of, which surprisingly is also a bad thing. An article from Yahoo! Shine pin points 9 problems that are hidden in a marriage. After reading through the list you can see why they are referred to as “hidden”. Some of these issues don’t seem apparent until you recognize them. For instance, Digital Communication, this is a huge one today. Anything through...

Supervised Parenting Time and Reintegration Therapy Providers in Colorado

Supervised Parenting Time and Reintegration Therapy Providers in Colorado Sometimes a Court restricts a parent’s time with their children to supervised by a private third party. When this is Ordered a parent can be at a loss to know who provide supervision. Here are three of the providers in the Denver Metro area: SUPERVISION. Supervisionparenting.com. SuperVision provides In-Home Supervised Parenting and Off-Site Supervised Parenting. They also provide Reunification Therapy and Therapeutic Supervision Karlis Family Center...

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