What Does Allocation of Parental Responsibilities Mean?
In the state of Colorado, the term custody is becoming less common. Instead of awarding custody in a divorce, Colorado statutes now legally use the term allocation of parental responsibilities... Read More
What is Considered Marital Property in a Colorado Divorce?
A divorce is typically comprised of numerous steps—one of which is the division of property. In a Colorado divorce, properties are typically divided into two: separate property and marital property.... Read More
Understanding Contempt of Court Citations
Contempt of court refers to an individual’s behavior that defies or opposes the authority of the court. If someone files a contempt of court citation against you in Colorado, that... Read More
Student Loans and Divorce
Going through a divorce often involves a long and exhausting process of classifying marital assets from non-marital assets. Dealing with divorce and student loans, however, can further complicate things. In... Read More
How Do I File for Divorce in Colorado?
Colorado is classified as a “no-fault” state in terms of divorce, which means you only need to show that your marriage is irretrievably broken. Fault or misconduct are not included... Read More