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...

Divorce and Foreclosure

Dividing financial assets and liabilities during a divorce can be a complicated process. That is even more so, if the couple involved owns a mortgage. This is a very common situation in the United States where house ownership is a beloved dream. However, when a...

Can Your Marriage Be Saved?

In many cases that Colorado divorce lawyers come across, when a person has begun to consider divorce, there does come a time when he or she feels the need to give the marriage another chance. Not all marriages that are in trouble must end. In some cases, what the...

Winner of BBB’s 2014 Torch Awards

BBB’s 2014 Torch Awards for Marketplace Trust were awarded last week. Culver Van Der Jagt from Van Der Jagt Law Firm was the winner of a 2014 Torch Award for Marketplace Trust in Special Recognition for a Community Advocate and Van Der Jagt Law Firm was a finalist for...

A Bigger Diamond Could Mean a Quicker Divorce

Diamonds may last forever, but a larger diamond doesn’t necessarily mean that your love will. Men who buy their fiancées larger diamonds are much more likely to divorce compared to men who spend more modestly on the engagement ring. That news should come as a...

Guardian ad litem in Colorado

In Colorado, a Guardian ad litem works as the legal representative of the child in dependency and neglect proceedings. The role of the Guardian ad litem in the state of Colorado is quite different from the role of similar such advocates in other states across the...