When are Prenuptial Agreements Invalid?
A prenuptial agreement, known to many as a marital agreement or a prenup, is an optional legal contract signed before marriage. In it, a future couple decides how matters will... Read More
Protecting Your Kids During a Divorce
Divorce effects kids in many negative ways. Reports show children and teenagers are both at risk. Low self-esteem, poor grades, poor peer relations, aggression, health problems, behavioral difficulties, and depression... Read More
When Does Child Support Usually End in Colorado?
Child support normally ends in Colorado when a child reaches 19. That’s the age of emancipation in the state. Starting then, child support obligations are automatically extinguished without the the... Read More
Who Gets Pet Custody in a Colorado Divorce?
Family pets present an unusual problem in the matter of a divorce. While their owners often treat them as family, the courts do not view them in the same light.... Read More