Dividing Oil and Gas Interests in a Colorado Separation or Dissolution of Marriage Co-Author: Gregg Greenstein Introduction Colorado family law courts are accustomed to dividing typical marital property items such as real estate, furniture, cars, and bank accounts during a legal separation or dissolution of marriage. What happens when the marital estate includes atypical assets … Continue Reading
Author: Chelsea Kancilia Co-Author: Gregg Greenstein My Ex Didn’t Pay Me! It can be frustrating when you ex does not pay your child support, expenses or maintenance as ordered by the Court in your settlement agreement or in your permanent orders from your divorce or parental responsibilities case. Here’s what you need to know about … Continue Reading
Will my maintenance obligation reduce or terminate when I retire? For many, the decision to retire is an easy decision that comes as a natural next step. For others, the decision to retire is difficult and filled with financial uncertainty and stress, especially when the decision is irrevocable. This is especially true if you have … Continue Reading
Common Law Marriage in Colorado – Significant 2021 Changes in the Law.
Introduction The current coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has resulted in self-employed individuals having no work to do; a rise in unemployment claims; pay cuts; termination and furlough. As part of a divorce case, a child custody case, a legal separation case, paternity case or other proceedings, a husband, wife, parent or other person may be court-ordered … Continue Reading
Parenting time exchanges and concerns about your child’s health while in the other parent’s household for visitation or parenting time can be challenging during the COVID-19 coronavirus isolation, quarantine and shutdown periods. There are some basic concepts to keep in mind concerning how divorce, allocation of parental responsibilities (custody) laws and parenting time (visitation) laws … Continue Reading
Where do I file my custody case? This question is particularly important if your case involves a parent who lives in a different state than the child, or if you just recently relocated, or are thinking of relocating, to a new state.
Co-Author: Brittaney McGinnis How Do You Get Married in Colorado? There are two ways in Colorado to be married: common law marriage and by obtaining a marriage license certificate. Same sex couples or heterosexual couples can be married by license or they can be common law married. Common law marriage is an often misunderstood concept. … Continue Reading
What You Should Know About Child Support Calculations in Colorado.
Parenting time (visitation) orders and agreements in parenting plans or stipulations are sometimes made long before children are teenagers. Or, sometimes parenting time (visitation) orders and agreements are made when children are teenagers, but things change after the divorce or custody case is over – and those orders just don’t work any more in the … Continue Reading