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December 2012 Archives

Colorado domestic dispute leaves husband with stab wound

We've talked before about the importance of raising awareness and prevention methods of domestic violence. It's such a grave and complex subject that it's often regarded with a tendency toward the worst possible situations. As serious as we must take the most horrible of domestic violence cases, it is just as important to be mindful of any and every circumstance wherein domestic violence takes place.

Frankel and husband announce their intent to "ʻamicably'" divorce

When a Colorado couple chooses to divorce, the effects that it can have on their close family and friends are often great and varied. For those who wish to divorce in such a way that maintains their family unit and allows for a less turbulent transition into their new home life, working with an attorney through the divorce process could help.

New 'Classifieds' for parents? Adoption via website marketing

Building a family isn't always the easiest thing for some. Colorado parents looking to adopt likely know of the sometimes lengthy and extensive process that it takes to go through a successful adoption. A new source is explaining how that process is broadening to new forms and becoming accessible through different platforms; namely, the Internet.

Coloradans: Two households equaling differing parenting styles?

It is so often that when emotions are high and conflict comes to a boil the real issues come out, isn't it? We see it in movies and TV all the time - Grey's Anatomy has practically coined the dramatic monologue. How, in real life situations, do we get to the root of the issue without having a scripted and perfectly worded explanation for our actions and wishes? Colorado residents may have experienced the frustrating realization that getting through your issues isn't always as easy as it is portrayed on screen, especially when it comes to child custody issues.

Colorado stepparents and the impending holiday season

Coming into the holiday season has been a focus for several previous posts; however, it can be somewhat different for a stepparent or blended families. While we have discussed some ways to survive the stress of this time of year, understanding how to make your experience better could help a stepparent in a tough situation this season. Colorado residents make up many different kinds of families and it's important to be aware of the unique position of those who enter an already formed family unit via second relationship.

Colorado child support: reproduction prohibition for back pay?

One of the reasons for child support laws is to ensure that a parent is still supporting their child, even if the circumstances are strained or unique. For many, these payments are feasible, but there is also a large community of parents who have trouble coming up with the exact amount for every payment. A recent case in another state shows just how serious child support is for all residents - Coloradan or other.

Staying at home with the kids: not always rewarding in divorce?

There are many benefits to being a stay-at-home parent. For Colorado residents whose home lives have been undergoing some change due to a divorce, your main position as a parent could change drastically. In many marriages there is someone who stays at home to help raise the kids, at least for a while, and for those parents, finding their place in their new situation can be a mixture of terror and uncertainty.

Dennis Quaid and wife seeking different custody of twins

The issue of child custody can encompass many other issues than just the location and guardianship of children. When two Colorado parents - and sometimes more than two - discuss where their children's best interests will be served and where it is best for them to live, emotions can easily run high. Parenting style, schools, friends and family in the area, and living arrangements are many factors that get looked at, but what can become of the children's custody agreement when the parents don't necessarily seek the same arrangement?

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