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Protecting Your Inheritance In Divorce

Inheritance in Divorce Many people have been (or are going to be) blessed by their families in the form of receiving an inheritance.  Naturally, you’re going to want to protect your inheritance in divorce.  Keep reading to learn what you can do, or CONTACT US to schedule a consultation with

What is the Difference Between Legal Separation and Divorce?

Are you thinking about filing for a legal separation instead of divorce in Colorado?  We understand that it can be a hard decision to make.  If you’re not sure, continue reading about the differences.   Also make sure to see our checklist “Is Legal Separation Right for Me”? How Different Are

Divorce Pitfalls: The Three Biggest Mistakes with Separate Property

This next installment in the Divorce Pitfalls series is about separate property.  One of the biggest mistakes we see is people not understanding and protecting their separate property.   If you’re unsure what is separate property and what is marital property, see our blog Separate Property in Divorce: Keeping What Is

Separate Property in Divorce: Keeping What Is Yours

One of the more difficult aspects of financial division in a divorce is figuring out what is marital property and what is separate property.  Its really important that you identify and claim separate property early so that your team can help you figure out what is yours that does not

Equitable vs Equal: Dividing Assets and Debts in Divorce

Divorce attorneys all have cases and stories that they will never forget.  Some because they were really hard, some because we learned a lot, and some because they are perfect examples of legal principles.  One rule of divorce that can be difficult to understand is equitable vs equal division.  I

Special Needs Trust: Protecting Your Most Special Loved Ones

Special Needs Trusts: Protecting Your Most Special Loved Ones   Our loved ones who are disabled and receive government benefits are some of the most vulnerable in our community.  The income that they receive from disability and any part-time work that they can manage is never enough.  However, there is