Information about Divorce Proceedings in Colorado

Colorado’s no-fault divorce laws allow couples to get a divorce  by simply citing irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. In other words, you do not have to prove fault, and do not have to exhibit evidence of a spouse’s adultery, cruelty or other behavior in...

Discovery in Divorce Proceedings

One of the terms that you will hear frequently on your way to a divorce court trial, is “discovery.” The term basically refers to a legal process, that is specifically designed to collect information during the divorce. Information is collected from each party,...

Things to Consider Before Divorcing as a Senior

More and more people are making the decision to divorce in their senior years. “Silver divorce” or “gray divorce” as senior divorce is very often referred to, is a rapidly spreading phenomenon, and divorce attorneys in Colorado have noticed an increase in the number...

Mental Health in Divorce & Custody

Many people mistakenly believe that if they are fighting for custody after a Colorado divorce that if they can prove that their ex spouse has some sort of mental health issue that they have nothing to worry about during the divorce. Ill mental health can prevent a...

What is Considered Income For Child Support in Colorado?

In the state of Colorado, the amount of child support that a parent will receive in order to care for their child is a decision that is made based on the income of both parents as well as the general expenses of the child. It is an equation set up so that the parent...