What Are My Rights When Charged With A DUI/DWAI In Colorado?

Colorado has strict laws and penalties for intoxicated driving. Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while ability impaired (DWAI) are misdemeanors punishable by license suspension, fines, jail time, and a criminal record. If you are facing a DUI charge in our state, you will certainly need to be aware...
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How Are Assets Divided In A Colorado Divorce?

Unlike some states that divide marital property 50/50 during divorce, Colorado has “equitable distribution” between divorcing couples. According to the court, “equitable” means “fair but not necessarily equal.” How does the court determine what is equitable for you and your spouse? Here is an overview. Process Of Dividing Marital Assets...
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Does Child Support Increase If Salary Increases?

This is a common question among separated parents dealing with child support. If your former spouse recently got a new job or a promotion, can you get higher child support payments from them? Or if you are the payor (the parent who’s paying child support), will your monthly obligation go...
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What Constitutes Child Abandonment In Colorado?

It is unfortunate when a child spends months or years of their life without hearing from one of their parents. If you are a separated parent who is raising your child and has not had any contact with your former partner in a while, you may be wondering if this...
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Can You Get Divorced Without A Lawyer In Colorado?

You’ve probably heard that some people get divorced without getting an attorney. In Colorado, where divorce is legally known as “dissolution of marriage”, it is indeed possible to pursue a divorce case on your own. However, real-world cases have shown again and again that hiring a lawyer is your best...
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