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Plan carefully before you announce you want a divorce

A divorce isn't something that most people need to do as a snap judgement. Instead, you need to take time to think and plan, especially if you and your children aren't in any danger. You might be surprised at what you need to think about when it comes to leaving your marriage.

Child-related issues in divorce: Who decides?

You love your children. Like most Colorado parents, you want what's best for them even if it means you must make some sort of personal sacrifice to provide it. For instance, if your child is struggling in math class and really needs tutorial help to make the grade, you may take on extra hours at work to cover the cost of a tutor. When you told you kids you were getting divorced, you knew there'd be more sacrifices in your future.

Get ready for a year of firsts after a divorce

The first year after a divorce is one that is full of new experiences for you. Some of these will be fun times, but there are some firsts that many people don't speak about. Knowing what to expect might help you when you are getting ready to embark on this journey.

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.

Social media may backfire on your divorce

Amid pictures of adorable pets and sunny vacations, you are sure to see Facebook posts from your friends complaining about their miserable jobs, their migraines and the latest political headlines. While all of these may be a normal part of social media for many in Colorado, some posts can create serious complications for you if you are going through a divorce.

Have someone on your side who will fight for you in a divorce

As you go through a divorce, you need to know that you have someone on your side who is going to fight for your best interests. This is what we are here to do. We want you to know that we are here to help you find out what options you have so that you can make decisions based on the choices.

Plan carefully when divorcing a narcissist

Narcissistic people are difficult to deal with. In some ways, they take every situation as a challenge or a contest. When you are married to a narcissist, you might have learned how to deal with this superior attitude. What you might not realize is that you are going to have to reevaluate your strategy if you opt to end your marriage to the narcissist.

What's your business really worth? It matters during a divorce.

When a Colorado couple decides to move forward with a divorce, the process will involve the division of marital property and resolving other important issues, such as child custody. Property division is one the most hotly contested issues in a divorce, and this is particularly true for couples with an interest in valuable assets, such as a small business. 

Agreements are necessary in uncontested divorces

Many people want to get done with the divorce as quickly as possible. There are several ways that you can speed things up. One of these is for you and your ex to come to an agreement about everything related to the divorce so that you can file for an uncontested divorce.

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