Any major life change should prompt a review of a person’s estate plan. An estate plan is a living document, and the provisions included in the plan may need to change following a divorce, death, or second marriage. There are many factors worth considering when revisiting your estate plan due to a new marriage. The […]
Most divorces can be difficult and stressful for every member of the family, but those that involve special needs children often involve their own set of unique complications. Accounting for custody agreements, child support, alimony, and other concerns in divorces with special needs children is often more complex than in divorces with no special needs […]
The rapid growth of cryptocurrency over the past decade has created a new class of digital assets. According to the World Economic Forum, the total market cap of the crypto sector grew by 187.5% in 2021. Like all other types of assets, it is important to include digital holdings in an estate plan. If not […]
Divorce often has major financial implications for both spouses, including significant changes in household income, expenses, and how much each spouse has left for savings each month. While divorce may not affect a credit score directly, these divorce-related financial changes certainly can. This is why individuals going through the process of divorce or who have […]
The main difference between a dissolution and a divorce is that a dissolution is an agreement between you and your spouse without a judge intervening, whereas a divorce enlists the court’s help in ending your marriage. Although both terms are used interchangeably when discussing the lawful ending of a marriage, they are quite different. They […]
The main difference between an annulment and a divorce is that an annulment is when a judge declares that a marriage never existed, whereas a divorce ends an existing, valid marriage. With a divorce, each spouse will be considered single once all the papers are signed. In Colorado, there is not such a thing as […]
In many cases, divorce ends in such a way that spouses are pitted against each other. They are fighting over the same thing and doing anything they can to win — even if it involves trying to lie or hide something. Not always, but many times, these lies and schemes are in reference to money […]
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