Common Questions Asked in Divorce Court Divorce may be one of the most stressful experiences of your life. If you are headed into divorce litigation, it is good to know what you can expect from the experience. Appearing before a judge can be daunting, but if you have reliable legal representation and have some idea […]
What Can I Expect in a Child Custody Determination? Divorce can be one of the most challenging and stressful experiences of a person’s life, and one of the most difficult aspects of any divorce is child custody determination. If you and your spouse have children and decide to divorce, one of the most critical aspects […]
Understanding Spousal Support in Colorado Divorce Spousal support, also referred to as alimony or spousal maintenance, is likely to come into play in divorces involving spouses who earn different income levels. Every state upholds unique laws pertaining to spousal support. If you have any concerns about paying or receiving alimony as part of your Colorado […]
One of the most important issues when it comes to estate planning is choosing the correction options within your Last Will and Testament (will) for your circumstances to ensure that your assets are divided according to your wishes. In most circumstances, a pour-over will is typically paired with a living trust. The purpose of a […]
The decision to get divorced is rarely an easy one. Moreover, according to University Hospitals (UH), divorce tops the list of stressful life events, only surpassed by the death of a loved one. Thankfully, filing Denver divorce papers can be reasonably straightforward if you and your spouse agree on major issues such as property division […]
Legal separation in Colorado is an alternative to divorce rather than a pathway to the dissolution of a marriage. A legal separation broadly deals with resolving similar issues as a divorce, namely: Legal separation can last for years but generally leads to a divorce when one or both parties desire to remarry. Having a dedicated […]
Getting custody of a child in Colorado can be challenging as there are no rules automatically giving one parent custody over the other. Moreover, Colorado Revised Statutes Title 14 § 14-10-124 recognizes that it is in a child’s best interests to have “frequent and continuing” contact and a strong relationship with both parents unless there […]
How to Calculate Child Support in Colorado When parents decide to divorce, one of the most contentious issues they will face in divorce proceedings is child support determination. Colorado has adopted strict guidelines for calculating child support, and the two most crucial factors for determining support are the number of children the couple has and […]
Understanding the Most Common Reasons for Divorce in the US The attorneys at the Johnson Law Group have handled countless divorce cases for Colorado clients, and our experience has shown that no two divorce cases are entirely alike. However, there are a few common trends involving divorce. In particular, we have found that patterns emerge […]
The manner in which domestic violence impacts divorce in Colorado is legally complex and varies from case to case. Colorado is a “no-fault state” meaning that fault (or wrongdoing) is not required for a couple to file for divorce. That being said, any individual is able to file for a faulty divorce in light of […]
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