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When a legal issue arises in your family, the best way you can protect yourself and the ones you love is by consulting a family law attorney who understands how to help you.

What will the Colorado courts do with your home during a divorce?

There are many nerve-wracking uncertainties in any pending divorce. Unless you have a legally valid prenuptial agreement on record or you agree on all terms about the divorce, it's hard to predict any details about the outcome of your divorce. In fact, the inability to predict the outcome can often leave people struggling through an unhappy or dysfunctional marriage instead of seeking divorce.

High asset divorces can become complicated quickly

If you and your spouse acquired a lot of assets during your marriage, that could mean your divorce may end up complex and drawn out for a long time. If you don't have a prenuptial agreement on record and can't compromise on terms for an uncontested divorce, the courts will need to handle all of the biggest decisions. Their goal will be a just division of assets. That can lead to a long and contentious divorce process.

Be on the lookout for hidden assets in your pending divorce

There are a lot of considerations when you believe divorce is likely for your marriage. For example, you need to consider how the divorce could impact your children, if you have any. If you and your spouse signed a prenuptial agreement, review the contract before you decide to file. You're also going to want to make copies of critical financial documents for your own records. However, it's important to realize that your spouse may also be taking steps to prepare for divorce.

Four things you should do when filing for divorce

If you have decided that your marriage is unsalvageable and you've made the decision to get a divorce, chances are you are in a very chaotic and emotional period of your life. Understandably, it can be difficult to think clearly and make rational decisions. However, if you're filing for divorce, it is essential that you make the best decisions possible, as the choices you make could impact you for a lifetime. Here are four things you should do when filing for divorce to protect yourself, your children, and your financial assets.

The hazardous waters of divorce without a lawyer

It's been said that one of the most stressful life events is divorce. Indeed, the end of such an intimate partnership and the dissolution of a family is, to say the least, emotionally traumatic for all involved. Feelings range from sadness and disappointment to bitterness and anger to worry and anxiety, especially if there are children involved.

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