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Marital property division in colorado

How does Division of Marital Property in Colorado work? Parties can decide how to divide their property and memorialize their agreements in a written document called a “separation agreement.”

Spousal maintenance (alimony) in colorado

Like property, parties can agree on how much spousal maintenance should be paid from one spouse to the other and how long it will continue. If spouses can’t agree, they’ll end up in court, and a judge will decide for them.

Child custody in colorado

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LEGAL AND PHYSICAL CUSTODY? Legal custody refers to a parent’s authority to make major decisions regarding a child’s health, education, and welfare.

Divorce, grief and starting over

Divorce and grief go hand-in-hand. The end of a marriage that began with dreams of happily ever after is now a heartbreak. Whether you are looking to keep the marriage together or if you are taking the first steps to move on, the decision to separate is profound.