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 […]
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 […]
Going through a divorce can truly test a person’s strength and ability to fight for what is most important to them. Everybody wants to be a good parent, but sometimes, child custody disputes require the parents and the court to take a deeper look at what is in the best interests of the child. At […]
Getting married is a big decision. Not only is it a commitment to spend the rest of your life with someone, but there are also serious legal and financial consequences to marriage. Although most couples do not like to think about what will happen in the event of a divorce, for many couples, prenuptial agreements […]
Deciding to divorce is a monumental and overwhelming decision. It is a process that may take longer than anticipated. It is stressful, both emotionally and financially, for you, your spouse, your children, and even your extended family. However, there are steps to take before filing for divorce that can help speed up the process and […]
At first glance, understanding alimony in Colorado can seem overwhelming. The Colorado Revised Statutes Section Section 14-10-114 explains that since couples often share expenses and income during the marriage, it is appropriate in some situations for the higher-earning spouse to pay a certain amount of income to the lower-earning spouse. The court determines this amount […]
Divorce is a complicated matter involving the dissolution of a legal contract – a marriage – that comes with a hefty emotional component, and in many cases, serious disputes arise. Even the most well-meaning couples pursuing the most amicable divorces can run into challenges. However, there are alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options, such as mediation […]
If you and your spouse are divorcing, child support is naturally a critical concern. These payments are intended to help your children enjoy the same economic status they would have if you and your spouse had remained together (or as close to it as possible). Further, alimony addresses another serious financial need in divorce – […]
We live in troubled times, and mental health issues are not uncommon. Mental illness impacts not only the afflicted person but also their families, friends, and loved ones. This is why mental health issues and divorce are so closely intertwined. If you are dealing with a spouse who suffers from a mental health concern and […]
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