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There is more to child support than you may think

Despite what you think you know about child support, it is a highly complex area of family law. If you are facing a divorceĀ and haven't begun thinking about the many aspects of child support, you may want to contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Because, when it comes to child support, no two cases are alike.

Understanding what divorce means for spouses who co-own a business

Divorce is never easy and often when a business or other assets are involved the issue becomes even more clouded. Though a quick resolution is always best, it may become necessary for both parties to have legal representation to help smooth over any issues and make for a much easier transition from married life to divorced life.

Understanding Colorado's complicated child support guidelines

There are few areas of family law that are easily understood and Colorado's child support guidelines are no different. While the basic foundation for child support remains relatively untouched from state to state, here in Colorado parents are allowed to modify this foundation slightly in order to agree on an adequate child support amount. However, it is important to work with a family law attorney when doing so. If parents try to impose too much change, the family court will be quick to reject their agreement.

What assets should I look for during my divorce?

If you are in the midst of a divorce and you and your spouse have a high net worth, it may be beneficial to work with an experienced high asset divorce attorney. These types of divorces frequently see one spouse trying to hide assets from the other. By working with a lawyer experienced with high net worth couples, you may have a better chance of discovering hidden assets and having them included in your marital settlement agreement.

Innocent spouse relief can help during a high asset divorce

During a high-asset divorce, financial disclosure statements are looked at closely. Occasionally an in-depth investigation into the financial practices of one spouse can raise concerns for the other spouse. After all, fraudulent or erroneous tax practices can result in serious fines, penalties or even jail time. If you are facing adverse legal consequences during divorce due to your spouse's questionable financial practices, you may be able to request innocent spouse relief.

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