How Is Fault Proven In Divorce Cases?

Colorado is a no-fault state, so the fact that your spouse is having an affair or running up the hill and gambling, really isn’t a factor that the court cares about. The fact that your spouse likes to watch pornography isn’t really a factor unless it...
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What is a CFI as compared to a PRE?

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What Is Mediation?

Mediation is a process where the parties try to reach an agreed-upon resolution of their situation with the assistance of a mediator. A mediator is a neutral third party who has been trained in the mediation process. There are a lot of different mediators out there....
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Should Visitation Continue If Child Support Payments Are Not Being Made?

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What Should You Ask a Divorce Lawyer?

There are several things a client can ask a divorce lawyer, but people always seem to be at a loss for words when they finally get an opportunity to talk an attorney about their legal issues. It may be because they don’t know how to phrase their questions properly, or they’re not sure whether they’re asking the right questions. But there are definite mental barriers that keep people from seeking the answers they need for the problems they’re facing.

We’ve seen this problem occurring in people so many times and often to their detriment that we created a useful video that gives people a walk-through of what clients can do to talk to their lawyers. Communication is key in any partnership, and its importance is multiplied when a legal case is on the line. It’s your responsibility to ensure that you and the attorney are on the same page on everything to reach a favorable conclusion.

You don’t need to follow what we say exactly; simply use the video we present as a set of suggested guidelines to conversation posts to keep you on track when asking your divorce lawyer. We’ve highlighted the most important areas you need to cover within the conversation, and give you the best chance for success.

If you want to skip all that, however, you can just come and talk to us. We have the right information, and we can expedite the process of conversation to get right down to business.

How Is Fault Proven In Divorce Cases?

Colorado is a no-fault state, so the fact that your spouse is having an affair or running up the hill and gambling, really isn’t a factor that the court cares about. The fact that your spouse likes to watch pornography isn’t really a factor unless it...
Read More

What is a CFI as compared to a PRE?

...
Read More

What Is Mediation?

Mediation is a process where the parties try to reach an agreed-upon resolution of their situation with the assistance of a mediator. A mediator is a neutral third party who has been trained in the mediation process. There are a lot of different mediators out there....
Read More

Should Visitation Continue If Child Support Payments Are Not Being Made?

...
Read More