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July 2016 Archives

Guiding parents through child support issues

Parents in Colorado and elsewhere are always looking out for the best interests of their child. While this is more easily achieved when parents are together, acting as a unit to care for their child or children during a divorce can also help the divorce process. This is especially true if one parent, following dissolution, cannot meet the financial needs of the child on his or her own. Thus, it is likely that parent will seek child support from the other parent.

Social media during divorce and child custody

Social media has become a fact of life. Some Coloradoans use social media sites for emotional reasons, like venting their problems and seeking advice. However, social media users run the risk of over-sharing information during the divorce or child custody process. Here is how to avoid common mistakes associated with the use of social media during the divorce and child custody process.

Some general information about the divorce process in Colorado

Boulder County residents have no doubt heard the often cited statistic that about half of all marriages end in divorce. This means that many people will have an encounter with the Colorado court system in the form of a divorce proceeding. How exactly will this play out? This blog post will provide some general information about the divorce process generally and how it is done in Colorado, specifically.