If I Get Divorced. Will I Lose My Retirement/ 401K?

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Are There Alternative Options To Divorce?

Well, yes and no. There is a provision for a legal separation. Basically you have to go through the same steps as you do if you’re getting a divorce. You have to fill out the sworn financial statement. You have to try to arrive at a financial settlement and...
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What Happens Post Divorce?

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Can A Child Decide What Parent They Want To Live With?

Well, the answer to that is yes and no. First off, it depends on the age of the child. If the child is under 13 years of age, generally we feel like the child is too young to decide which parent they want to live with. If the child is reasonably mature and generally a...
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Colorado Non-Married Parents Allocation of Responsibilities

Even if two parents have never been married, they both still retain rights similar to those enjoyed by parents who were once married. Additionally, they can still seek a legal agreement dictating the custody (parenting time, decision-making) of their child—this is what is called “Allocation of Parental Responsibilities”. After one party files a petition to gain/modify custody, the process will then follow a path similar to a custody dispute in a divorce case: both parties must disclose financial information, and unless an agreement can be reached, the Court will determine (in a hearing or series of hearings) the final order allocating these responsibilities.

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If I Get Divorced. Will I Lose My Retirement/ 401K?

...
Read More

Are There Alternative Options To Divorce?

Well, yes and no. There is a provision for a legal separation. Basically you have to go through the same steps as you do if you’re getting a divorce. You have to fill out the sworn financial statement. You have to try to arrive at a financial settlement and...
Read More

What Happens Post Divorce?

...
Read More

Can A Child Decide What Parent They Want To Live With?

Well, the answer to that is yes and no. First off, it depends on the age of the child. If the child is under 13 years of age, generally we feel like the child is too young to decide which parent they want to live with. If the child is reasonably mature and generally a...
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