Getting a divorce can be a difficult process for a Parker resident, especially when they must manage the health and happiness of their children as well as themselves during the dissolution of their marriage. The decision to file for divorce may not be an easy one and when the time comes to file the proper pleadings with the court, an individual may not be sure of just what to do. Working with a trusted attorney is a good way to avoid issues as a person moves through their divorce.
It may not be time to file your 2018 taxes yet, but people in Colorado should be aware of some significant changes to current tax laws that also affect family law issues they may face, especially if they have decided to end their marriage. Understanding how these changes will affect a divorce is critical to making decisions that are appropriate.
Home may be where the heart is, and that is why it is often one of the most sought-after assets when a couple is divorcing. Some people in Colorado may see the family home as their ticket towards securing much-needed finances once they retire. However, is it always worth it to pursue the family home during the property division process?
First comes love, then comes ... the prenup? Actually, for millennial couples in Colorado and nationwide getting ready to walk down the aisle, premarital agreements (also known as prenuptial agreements) are becoming less taboo. Premarital agreements outline how the soon-to-be spouses will divide their assets if their marriage doesn't last. Premarital agreements can also address child custody issues, inheritance issues and spousal maintenance (alimony) issues.
The dynamics between a husband and wife are different in every marriage, particularly when it comes to work. Sometimes, both spouses work outside the home and earn roughly the same amount of money. Both spouses work outside the home, but one spouse earns significantly more than the other.