When you are going through a divorce or child custody issue, there are specific terms that you should be familiar with. These terms can all have an impact on your case, so learning what they mean can help you to better understand what is going on with your case. This is especially true for the terms that have to do with processes or proceedings that you might have to go through.
Since Colorado is an equitable distribution state, it's best to retain an attorney who regularly practices in the arena of high-asset divorce. The Law Offices of Rodger C. Daley has been representing those who have high-dollar assets since 1991. These assets might include a mansion or several homes, high-end vehicles, retirement accounts, stocks, bonds and more.
In our previous post, we discussed some of the things that divorce can and can't do for you. If you are still on the fence about whether you need to divorce your spouse or not, you might have some questions on your mind that will help you make your decision. We can help you to get the answers that you are seeking.
The end of your marriage isn't a pleasant thing to think about. If you are thinking that divorce might be the best thing for your life right now, you should make sure that you fully understand what a divorce will do because it does more than just ends the marriage.
Absent parents were our topic last week. This is something that many parents have to deal with. Trying to help their child cope with the absent parent can be challenging. But, there is something even more challenging -- helping the child to cope with the situation if the other parent comes back into the picture.