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January 2018 Archives

Helping divorcing Longmont parents overcome fear of the unknown

Sometimes, fear of the unknown can keep Boulder County couples who are at the end of a marriage from moving on with the next chapter in their lives apart. Here at the Law Firm of Shea L. Burchill, P.C., we have over a decade of experience helping our clients find the right answers to some of the toughest questions in a divorce.

Your child custody arrangement: make it formal

In Colorado, where the last vestiges of the Old West are a matter of pride, folks can be tempted to seal a deal with nothing more than a handshake. When it comes to child custody matters, however, informal arrangements can be fraught with pitfalls. Child custody is a matter that you will likely have to work with for several years. Over a period that long, even the best relationship between ex-spouses can become strained and result in a child custody dispute.

Tax break for those paying spousal support to vanish in 2019

Our discussion of asset division and taxes last week may have raised some additional tax-related questions for our Boulder County readers. Of course, major new tax legislation has gone into effect as of the first of January. One component of that legislation will have a major impact on anyone paying, and even potentially receiving spousal support.

Will complex asset division incur significant taxes?

Let's continue our discussion of complex asset division and related issues at the end of a marriage with a look at some other considerations for wealthy Boulder County residents. For example, how could a divorce affect each partner's taxes? We present the information as general in nature only, not as legal advice.