The divorce process is much less intimidating when all parties involved have a basic understanding of the terminology the courts use and how the basic process works. Though no case is the same, some factors stay consistent. Consider the following overview of divorce law in the state of Colorado. How Do CO Courts View Divorce? […]
In cases of child custody, the courts consider many different factors. These may include whether a parent is seeking to change an existing custody agreement, whether they had children outside of marriage, and whether they are currently married and filing for divorce, among mitigating elements. The Basics of How to File for Child Custody in […]
Filing for a divorce in Colorado isn’t complicated, but having an attorney guide you through each phase can make the process less intimidating. As a no-fault divorce state, Colorado courts do not assign either party fault for the dissolution. Consider the following steps to file for divorce in Denver. Talk with someone you trust. Individuals […]
By: Genet A protection order can shield you from someone who threatens you, intimidates you, harasses you, or continually contacts you despite you telling them to stop. The process for getting a protection order in Colorado starts by requesting a Temporary Protection Order (TPO) at a hearing in front of a Judge. Typically, the TPO […]
Parents have a personal and financial responsibility to take care of their children. A child’s best interests must be considered at all times, particularly when two parents decide to part ways. If you were a parent who was court-ordered to pay child support or if you were able to come to an agreement with your […]
When you are divorcing or separating from your partner and you share children, the financial costs of the children will be assessed. If one party must pay child support to the other, it can be done through the Family Support Registry in Colorado, according to the Colorado Office of Economic Security Division of Child Support […]
Having a comprehensive estate plan in place and checking in on it regularly while still healthy can substantially improve the chances that all wealth and assets built over a lifetime and included in an estate will be distributed per the decedent’s true wishes. In the absence of an estate plan or any valid documentation indicating […]
Divorces are like marriages – each one is different. When facing a divorce, there are obvious emotional challenges, but spouses often face a great deal of anxiety regarding the financial costs of a divorce. Many spouses quickly ask: How much does a divorce cost in Colorado? Unfortunately, there is not one clear-cut answer regarding how […]
If you and a partner have lived together for a significant period of time, you may be wondering whether you qualify for common law marriage in Colorado. The experienced family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group can help you with this question and any other questions you may have about common-law marriage. Contact our office […]
If you are going through the process of a divorce, you may have asked yourself, “What does allocation of parental rights mean in Colorado?” Our family law attorneys at Johnson Law Group can help. Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation - Phone (720) 463-4333 or Text-to-Chat (720) 730-4558 Custody Process in Colorado […]
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