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Trace Adkins' wife files for divorce

While many aspects of a celebrity's life are played out in the media, there are likely many areas that he or she would like to keep out of the spotlight. It must be difficult to fully concentrate on divorce proceedings when everyone seems to weigh in with their opinions. Some high-profile divorces are very messy, while other celebrities try to keep the media at bay by releasing almost matching press releases about how amicable the divorce will be.

Is proving cohabitation to end alimony worth your time and money?

Those who have not experienced a divorce may think that once the divorce papers are signed, the hardest part is over. For some couples in Colorado and across the nation, that might be true. For others, though, the divorce decree could be the beginning of more legal battles. For those who pay alimony to an ex-spouse, realizing that he or she is cohabitating with another person can be difficult on many levels.

Social media can negatively affect Colorado divorce proceedings

It probably seems as though almost everyone you know is active on at least one social media platform. Many people post on three or four social media networks. However, for those going through a divorce, social media can really have a negative effect on one or both of the participants in the proceedings.

Child custody cases and overnight guests: This could be a problem

After a divorce, many now-single Denver parents and others around the nation begin to move on with lives. This includes finding new relationships. In some cases, the new relationship could start during the divorce, as some divorces can take months or even years to finalize. Some parents may wonder if there could be a problem with child custody if they were to have an overnight guest. The answer is yes, and some of the reasons are listed below.

Does cohabitating before marriage mean higher risk of divorce?

Many of our Colorado readers have probably heard that there is a greater chance of divorce for those couples who choose to live together before marriage. However, according to a new study, that line of thinking may not be correct.

Colorado judge rules in favor of father in adoption case

In another update to a story we told you about in August and December of last year, a Colorado juvenile judge has ruled that a man will now have a parenting role in his now-6-year-old daughter's life. The girl was adopted by her uncle and his wife in early 2008, after her mother gave up her parental rights.

Colorado governor announces his support of same-sex marriage

A few weeks ago, we told you of a lawsuit filed by nine same-sex couples against the governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, as well as Denver's city clerk. The lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of the state's ban on same-sex marriage. The governor has never come right out and said that he approves of same-sex marriage. However, that changed this month.

After divorce: Tips for coping and moving on

For almost everyone, a divorce is a complete upheaval in life. Everything is turned upside down, from where you may live, to that which your paycheck goes towards. Emotions are raw right after a divorce, and even in no-fault divorces, there is still a need to blame someone -- even if that someone is yourself.

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