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Colorado Child Custody FAQs (Pt. 1)

When parents are dealing with matters of child custody, they will likely have a lot of questions about their rights, the process and what they can expect in terms of a court ruling. Here and in a second part of this blog to come, we will answer some of the most commonly asked questions that […]

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7 Common Reasons Prenups May Not Be Valid (Part 2)

Continuing from 7 Common Reasons Prenups May Not Be Valid (Part 1), the following discusses the final four common ways in which prenuptial agreements may be invalidated during divorce proceedings. Reason 4: One party did not read or adequately consider the prenup before signing it.  Part of the conditions that are generally necessary to develop […]

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7 Common Reasons Prenups May Not Be Valid (Part 1)

If you are about to file for divorce (or are considering divorce) from your spouse and you have a prenuptial agreement (prenup) in place, one of the things that you may be concerned about is where that agreement will be enforceable. The validity of these agreements can be revoke for a number of different reason, […]

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International Adoption FAQs (Part 2)

Picking up from International Adoption FAQs (Part 1), the following provides some additional general information regarding the process associated with adopting children from other countries. By doing some research before delving into this complicated process, you may be able to expedite the adoption process so that you can start spending time with the new addition […]

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International Adoption FAQs (Part 1)

Making the choice to expand your family through adoption is a big decision. However, once you’ve made this decision and have also concluded that you want to adopt a child from another country, the associated process for completing the adoption can be confusing, especially if you have never done it before. The following are some […]

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Paternity Lawsuit FAQs

When there are questions regarding who the biological father of a child is or when other legal issues stem from determining who is considered to legally be a child’s father in the eyes of the law, paternity lawsuits may be filed in family court. The following FAQs regarding paternity lawsuits provide some general information regarding […]

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An Overview of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (Part 2)

As a continuation of An Overview of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (Part 1), the following provides some additional information regarding how child custody disputes are resolved when parents live in different states. While Part 1 of this blog focused on how the UCCJEA determines which state’s courts will have jurisdiction over […]

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An Overview of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (Part 1)

When parents of a child live in different states and a custody issue arises, the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) dictates which state’s courts will have jurisdiction over the child custody dispute at hand. First drafted in 1997 and since adopted by the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands and all […]

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An Overview of Parental Visitation Rights (Part 2)

Continuing from An Overview of Parental Visitation Rights (Part 1), the following are some additional frequently asked questions and answers associated with parental visitation rights. Taking the time to become familiar with some of these parental visitation issues can help parents obtain a clearer understanding of when they may need to petition family courts to […]

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An Overview of Parental Visitation Rights (Part 1)

One of the most contentious elements of divorce or family law proceedings often involves child custody issues and parental visitation rights. While such matters can drag out divorce proceedings for months when separating partners are unable to come to an agreement (or when they make criminal allegations against each other), parental visitation rights may also […]

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