How Self-Employment Affects Your Divorce

How Self-Employment Affects Your Divorce

Every divorce carries its own unique circumstances. If you’re self-employed, your divorce will have some additional considerations. Child Support Self-employed individuals must still pay child support. In Colorado, child support is calculated on a worksheet, which...
Alcohol Use in Custody Cases

Alcohol Use in Custody Cases

If there are concerns about a parent’s ability to abstain from alcohol during their parenting time, there are different options for addressing those concerns in real-time. The first step is determining whether a parent’s alcohol use rises to the level of necessitating...
Tips for Filing as Co-Petitioners

Tips for Filing as Co-Petitioners

Do want to file a joint divorce with your spouse, but you’re not sure where to start? In this article, I’ll guide you through the next steps you should take. Filing as Co-Petitioners means that both you and your spouse will sign the Petition for Dissolution. While...
Unbundled Legal Services

Unbundled Legal Services

Unbundled legal services (also known as limited representation) can be a cost-effective way to obtain advice from an attorney without full representation in court. This type of representation provides the client with some control over the costs of litigation because...
Are You in a Common Law Marriage?

Are You in a Common Law Marriage?

Colorado is one of a few states that continues to recognize common law marriage. It is often misunderstood that a common law marriage can be established after a couple has cohabitated for certain period of time or simply by filing joint tax returns. The Colorado...