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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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Child Support Payments – What Should They Include? (Part 2)

As a continuation of Child Support Payments – What Should They Include? (Part 1), here is some additional information regarding the expenses and items that child support payments can be used cover. Keep in mind, however, that the amount of money that the payee makes may mean that the court awards only partial coverage of […]

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Child Support Payments – What Should They Include? (Part 1)

When parents are divorcing and child support is part of the divorce settlement, the court will review a number of factors when determining who should pay child support and the appropriate amount of these monthly payments. In addition to considering factors like how many children are involved, the court will also take into account the […]

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FAQs for Parents Paying Child Support (Part 2)

As a follow up to FAQs for Parents Paying Child Support (Part 1), here is some more important information regarding making child support payments: I have always made my child support payments on time, directly to my former spouse, but the district attorney is saying that I am thousands of dollars behind in making these […]

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Important Information about Enforcing Child Support (Part 2)

As a follow up to Important Information about Enforcing Child Support (Part 1), below is some additional information about what parents can do when one parent has failed to pay court-ordered child support. If a non-paying parent is behind on child support, the court will view that parent as “being in arrears,” and (s)he will […]

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Important Information about Enforcing Child Support (Part 1)

While trying to secure child support during a divorce settlement can be difficult and stressful, for some divorcing parents (or non-married parents seeking child support), this may be just the first step in the process – especially if the other parent fails to pay court-ordered child support. In such cases, parents will have recourse to […]

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Divorce and Insurance: Dealing with Insurance Changes after Divorce

While a married couple files for divorce, dealing with matters such as child custody, spousal support and the division of marital assets and debts will likely be the soon-to-be ex-spouses’ primary concerns. However, a number of other issues – such as changes to insurance coverage – will also need to be dealt with and can […]

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Facts about Common Law Marriage in Colorado

Colorado is among the nine U.S. states that allow couples to contractually engage in common law marriages (as long as the couples legally qualify for this status). As such, Colorado treats the dissolution of common law marriages much in the same way as it treats the dissolution of marriages. The following are some specific facts […]

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Legal Separation versus Divorce in Colorado

When it comes to dissolving a marriage in Colorado, a couple will have three options: Filing for an annulment, which, if granted, effectually negates the marriage so that it never legally happened Filing for a legal separation, which allows a couple to legal split up their personal assets and debts while still also legally being […]

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Tips for Divorcees Entering Second Marriages

If you’ve been divorced before and are thinking about getting married again, you may be facing advice and questions from everyone in your life. What is your potential spouse’s family like? What is your potential spouse’s financial situation? Has your potential spouse been previously divorced before and/or does (s)he have children? What can be even […]

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