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October 2017 Archives

Take your time reentering the social scene after a divorce

Your social life likely changes quite a bit while you were married and might have suffered during the divorce. You have to reclaim your social life once you are single again. Many people might think this has to include romantic encounters, but this isn't the case.

Seeking access to your grandchildren may benefit you both

Grandparents in many cases play essential roles in children's lives, having relationships with children that are different from the ones the children have with their parents. However, the rights of grandparents come only after the rights of parents from a legal standpoint.

Alimony isn't guaranteed and must be handled properly

We recently discussed the fact that everyone needs to think carefully about alimony payments. Not everyone who files for a divorce will have to worry about alimony; however, when a case does make this necessary, you have to be ready to handle the situation properly.

What will your parental role look like after divorce?

Every Colorado parent working through a divorce will have concerns about what will happen to his or her children during and after the process. If you are a parent and you are facing divorce, you likely share these concerns, and you may be wondering what your parental role will look like after everything is final. 

Think carefully about the prospect of alimony

Men and women who have given up on a career to become a stay-at-home parent or homemaker might not know what to do if they find out that a divorce is imminent. Unfortunately, this is something that happens all too often.

What's the deal with spousal support?

You have been in your marriage for a while. As most marriages do, yours started out filled with hopes and dreams for the future. You gladly stayed home to raise your children while your spouse went to work, and you managed the household and did your best to keep your family together. Unfortunately, things in your relationship have been bad for a while and now you are ready to move on rather than keep fighting. But how will you support yourself?

Child custody should consider the circumstances of your case

Your child custody case doesn't have to be filled with unpleasant events that are stressful. Instead, you and your ex can make a conscious effort to work together to make life easier for your children. The benefits of working together with your ex for this purpose can extend to your life and your ex's life.

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