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March 2013 Archives

Colorado recognizes domestic partnerships for same-sex couples

As the Supreme Court of the United States hears oral arguments in two cases surrounding the constitutionality of same-sex marriage today, many states have taken the matter into their own hands, crafting their own laws to address the issue.

"Baby Veronica" case puts Native custody before high court: pt. 2

Last week we discussed a case to be heard by the United States Supreme Court in April, which could help shape how child custody matters involving Native American children are resolved in the past. The case involves a federal law that affects only cases in which one or both parents is Native American.

"Baby Veronica" case puts Native custody before high court: pt. 1

In mid-April the justices of the Supreme Court of the United States will hear arguments in a high-profile child custody dispute that could have wide-reaching effects for Native American children, their parents and parties who may adopt them. The "Baby Veronica" case, named for the three-year-old Cherokee girl at its center, raises important questions about parental rights and a decades-old federal law.

Post with caution when going through divorce: part two

Last week we discussed the growing use of social in divorce proceedings and how what you post online can come back to haunt you in the event of a divorce. We talked about the importance of discretion when even an innocuous Facebook post can be used as ammunition by your spouse during the divorce.

Dennis Rodman owes $860,000 in spousal and child support

Dennis Rodman, winner of five NBA championships, has never been shy about making headlines. His recent North Korea visit is a case in point. But the basketball star's flashy self-confidence belies a personal problem that is all-too-familiar to many Coloradans: a failure to pay child support.

Post with caution when going through divorce: part one

Some studies have cited Facebook as a factor in up to 20 percent of divorces. It is becoming standard practice for divorcing spouses to turn to each other's Facebook pages and other social media profiles for ammunition during the process, whether they're looking for evidence of infidelity or other unsavory behavior.

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