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February 2014 Archives

More divorced dads seeking equal parenting time

In decades past, the mother was usually the one who got primary custody of the children when a divorce occurred. This was due to the man usually being the primary breadwinner in the household. That is changing, however, and more women are now working full-time and out-earning their husbands. Still, the courts seem to award the mother with primary custody, leaving the father to work hard to pay alimony and child support.

Colorado's gay marriage ban subject of possible lawsuit

Colorado's Amendment 43 is the state's ban on same-sex marriage. It was approved by voters in 2006. It defines marriage as a "union between a man and a woman." Civil unions are allowed in Colorado as of last year, but many same-sex couples believe that they should have the right to marry.

Denver's new domestic violence center hopes to help 4,000 a year

The Rose Andom Center is set to open by this fall in Denver, Colorado. The $13.6 million project will provide services from 25 different agencies for domestic violence victims. The goal is provide these services to the 4,000 citizens of Denver who report domestic violence incidents every year.

What Coloradoans should re-consider 'spousal spying'

A spouse's infidelity is at least one factor in no small number of Denver divorces. With ever-more-sophisticated electronic devices on the market, many husbands and wives who believe their significant other is not being faithful are turning to technology to help them prove it. However, while this may give them the proof they seek to know that their suspicions are correct, there can be a legal price to pay for such electronic surveillance.

Study: Most fathers pay child support when they can afford it

Most everyone is familiar with the phrase, "deadbeat dad." It's used to describe a father who is behind on his child support payments. This phrase, according to the dictionary, says that the parent has "freely chosen" not to pay his support. According to some experts, that isn't always the case.

Prenuptial agreements and your Colorado marriage

So, a prenuptial agreement may not be the most romantic topic to discuss before a wedding, but it could turn out to be one of the most important before a divorce. Many engaged Colorado couples are hesitant to bring up the subject of a prenuptial agreement simply because it might imply that a marriage is "doomed" or that there are already trust issues.

Jon Cryer will not pay $88,000 a month in child support

Most people in Denver, Colorado, and the rest of the country can't imagine paying or receiving $8,000 a month in child support - let alone $88,000. However, that is what Jon Cryer's ex-wife asked a family law court for during a recent child support hearing. Cryer, who is best known for his role in the television series, "Two and a Half Men," and his ex-wife were divorced in 2004 and have a 13-year-old son.

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