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Another state follows Colorado's lead; says win big, pay up

Child support payments can be very important to the children receiving them. However, not all parents make their payments on time. When this happens, children are often left without the support they need to maintain their normal lifestyle. Now, another state is following the lead of Colorado and others by joining in a movement to make sure parents who have the money are paying their court-ordered child support.

3 ways to protect your business in a divorce

Statistics show that roughly half of first marriages end in a divorce, and the divorce rate for second and third marriages climbs even higher. For many people in Colorado, protecting assets that they owned before a marriage is important.

Nicolas Cage arrested for domestic violence

Domestic violence can happen anywhere at almost any time, including in Colorado as we discussed last week. Although it may be uncharacteristic of someone to act violent toward another individual, certain circumstances can ignite anger or rage in a person. Whether sparked by a specific event or some level of intoxication, domestic violence is a serious issue that is not to be taken lightly.

Women with 2+ kids often had more than one partner, study finds

Many Colorado residents have experienced a divorce or some kind of separation from a spouse or partner. In some divorce cases, a couple may have had children together. If one or both of the individuals decide to remarry, it is not entirely unlikely that they could have more children with their new spouse. In a study that tested a new demographic, researchers found that nearly 30 percent of women in the U.S. who have two or more children had them with more than one man.

Denver woman stabbed to death in domestic dispute

Unfortunately, domestic violence affects many people across the country, including some in Colorado. Domestic violence occurs when an individual is violent or has threatened to be violent toward someone they are or have been in an intimate relationship with. In recent Denver case, a woman was stabbed to death outside her apartment home in what police believe to be an act of domestic violence.

Over half of man's lottery winnings taken to pay child support

Many couples in Colorado have gone through a divorce or separation. It can be a difficult time no matter what, but if a couple has children, it can make the split even more challenging. There are many things that have to be considered, including child support and child custody.

Prenuptial agreements: Who needs one and how to plan for it

Divorce is something that affects many people in Denver and throughout Colorado. While most married couples don't expect to go through a divorce, in some cases it can be smart to be prepared just in case. Prenuptial agreements can be a good way for some couples to create a plan in the event of a divorce down the road. In a recent article in Daily Finance, experts offer some advice for soon-to-be-wed couples.

Ex-wife of Colorado Springs mayoral candidate alleges abuse

The Colorado Springs mayoral elections have taken a turn as accusations of domestic abuse against one of the candidates surfaced recently. The former wife of one of the mayoral candidates has come forward with allegations of domestic violence, saying the man physically abused her during their brief marriage.

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