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What are some common mistakes spouses make in property division?

Going through a divorce can be an emotionally wrenching time. Unfortunately, it is also a time when spouses need to make some important financial decisions that may affect them for years to come. Some of the most important financial decisions arise in the property division process.

Valuing marital property in Colorado

In a Colorado divorce involving a couple with significant property, accurate valuation of assets is critical for a just distribution. If your spouse offers to let you keep the house as long as they get to keep the art collection, you'll need to know what both are worth before you can respond to the offer.

More college degrees may be behind falling Colorado divorce rate

A few months ago this blog divorce commented on a decline in the national divorce rate that has been ongoing for about three decades. Now a recent analysis of health records and court filings by Colorado Public Radio confirms that Colorado's divorce rate is also falling, and college education may have a lot to do with it.

Special rules apply to military divorces in Colorado

A significant number of Colorado residents are currently serving in the U.S. Military and deployed across the nation and around the world. Colorado is also home to several military bases and installations. When military personnel get divorced, there are some special considerations that have to be taken into account. While civilian divorces are governed exclusively by state law, military divorces are governed by a combination of state and federal laws.