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Several important facts about divorce in Colorado

No one gets married expecting that the partnership will end in divorce. However, sometimes the healthiest long-term decision about a difficult relationship is to end it. It can be daunting to resolve the dissolution of a marriage, but obtaining experienced legal advice can be a complete game-changer for your emotional and financial stability going forward. Like the stalwart Rocky Mountains, you will be able to successfully weather the storm.

Who gets the house in a high asset divorce?

Contrary to the perfect life portrayed by many actors and performers, celebrity life can be very similar to ours. Divorce might become a reality for many high profile couples, and other legal issues may soon follow. Celebrity divorce might become complex due to the high net worth and media hype of each partner involved. When assets are divided, certain issues need to be resolved before an amicable separation can ensue.

Things to know when seeking child visitation

Divorce can be tough for the children. After divorce, the first thing parents worry about is child visitation and child custody. Each parent wants to be a part of their child's life and wish to have a good relationship with them in the future. It is the right of the biological parents to seek child visitation or custody. All decisions made should be in the best interest of the child.

Relocation disputes in child custody cases

Custodial agreements are made with the expectation that the custodial parent will stay in the same city or state. Relocation affects the non-custodial parents and their visitation rights. It might also influence their relationship with the child. Custodial cases always depend on what is in the best interests of the child. The judge makes sure the child keeps receiving proper care and attention. The non-custodial parent has the right to file a complaint against the relocation.

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