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February 2014 Archives

Smarphone apps for divorce: how useful are they?

As smartphone technology has taken off over the past few years, it is not surprising that someone has invented a divorce app. What may be surprising is that there are now literally hundreds of them available. Colorado couples going through a divorce may be wondering how useful they really are.

Dealing with a post-divorce tax audit

The good thing about divorce is that it gives a former spouse the chance at a new start in life. But sometimes divorce brings issues to light that make it hard to leave the old life behind. Every year some divorced Colorado couples are likely to be reminded of their divorce when they get notice from the IRS of a tax audit on a joint return prepared during the marriage.

Comedian works overtime to pay alimony

Many Colorado readers will remember British comedian John Cleese from his days with Monty Python. A few years ago Cleese hit the road with a stand-up act and called it "The Alimony Tour." He wasn't being entirely tongue-in-cheek; according to Cleese, he has had to do a lot of extra work to make spousal support payments to his former wife.

High asset divorce splits real estate dynasties

When wealthy people divorce, whether in Colorado or elsewhere, the financial repercussions sometimes go beyond the couple and their immediate circle. That appears to be the case in a divorce currently in progress between a husband and wife who were among the elite of the New York real estate world.