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January 2019 Archives

What are foreclosure scams?

When a Colorado resident is facing the potential loss of their family's home, they may become desperate to save it from foreclosure. While some organizations and entities work for the good of consumers to keep them in their residences, opportunistic individuals and businesses sometimes seek to prey on those who are facing significant financial perils. These types of entities are responsible for subjecting home owners to foreclosure scams.

A prenuptial agreement can change the outcome of a divorce

Recently, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife announced that they will end their marriage. The couple has been married for 25 years and share several children. What makes their divorce unique and somewhat interesting to millions of Americans is the fact that Bezos has also been named the richest man in the world.

How to identify separate property during a Colorado divorce

Not long ago this Colorado family law blog offered a post to its readers regarding what it means for the state to operate under equitable distribution principals of law for the purposes of dividing marital property. When a court uses equitable distribution to decide which partner will take particular items of marital property it relies on fairness to guide its decisions. Courts can therefore have a lot of power when it comes to deciding who will become the owner of property previously owned by both partners.

How are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy different?

While some people may believe that bankruptcy is a single process for anyone who wants to pursue it, in reality there are many different bankruptcy options available under the law. Depending upon whether it is a Colorado resident or business that wants to file, as well as their ability to meet the qualifications of their desired bankruptcy path, a person may end up engaging with bankruptcy in a very different way from someone else. This post will discuss two of the most common forms of personal bankruptcy and what makes them different.

A review of a possible Colorado divorce timeline

Every divorce is different. As such, it is important that readers of this blog understand that the schedule their divorce follows may be different from the one outlined in this post. This post is provided to highlight for its readers the many important and divergent matters that couples must work through in order to end their marriages. Since every marriage follows its own course, readers are reminded that this post is informational and should not be used as specific legal guidance.

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