April 4, 2023
Spousal Name Changes Before and After Divorce

Recently, Katherine Ellis, a partner with The Harris Law Firm in Denver, Colorado, hosted a webinar titled, Name Changes in Family Law Cases: Whose Name Can You Change and How Do You Do It? The attorneys at Harris Law Firm are experts at offering advice on divorce matters and this webinar is just one example of the […]

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April 4, 2023
Changing a Child's Name Post Divorce

As my last post talked about the reasons and considerations and process women face when changing their last names post divorce, this latest post is about changing the last names of children post divorce. When does it make sense to change a child’s name and how do courts in Colorado approach these requests? What might […]

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August 23, 2022
Three Ways to Keep The Divorce Process on Track

How Long Will My Divorce Take? This is one of the most asked questions we hear at the Divorce Resource Centre of Colorado. It’s only natural to want some certainty during such an uncertain time in your life. You want to plan your post divorce future and understanding the timeline helps you do this.  While […]

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April 29, 2022
5 Unacceptable Behaviors from Divorce Attorneys or Mediators

When you’re facing divorce, you have your hands full. The last thing you should have to worry about is an incompetent attorney or mediator who was supposed to guide you through the process. Make sure you can recognize what behaviors are unacceptable so you know what your options are. Below we cover five ways attorneys […]

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March 24, 2022
How Your Ex’s New Relationship May Change Your Parenting Plan

A common, but less discussed divorce question is how a new relationship may change your parenting plan that you and your ex set up. In this month’s blog we look at legitimate reasons to be concerned about your ex’s new significant other. We’ll also talk about issues you may want to address when developing your […]

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February 28, 2022
Understanding Social Security After Divorce

Social Security is one of the three major sources of retirement income alongside retirement and savings accounts. While retirement and savings accounts are subject to stops and starts and market volatility, social security benefits are steady and reliable. Thus, it’s no surprise many older Americans are especially dependent on their Social Security benefits.  According to […]

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January 26, 2022
Questions When You’re Considering Co-habitation After Divorce

Recently, a very popular feature of the New York Times, Modern Love, featured an essay written by one half of a formerly married couple who share custody of their 8 year old and live under the same roof, albeit in different living quarters. There are various reasons why divorcing couples might consider co-habitation after divorce, […]

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December 27, 2021
How Do Capital Gains Taxes Affect The Sale of Marital Home?

The decision to stay in the marital home during the divorce process is not one to make lightly. Before changes to the tax law in 1997, divorcees could face a hefty capital gains tax following the sale of family home. Thankfully, tax law has changed.  However, the capital gains tax exemption of up to $250,000 […]

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November 29, 2021
Post Divorce Holiday Kid Concerns You May Not Have Thought Of

If you are recently divorced and have worked out your post divorce holiday schedule with your ex, can you sit back and relax and enjoy the mashed potatoes? Maybe. This post divorce holiday season, consider a few key areas to make sure the holidays are as stress free as they can be for your children. […]

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October 29, 2021
How to Deal with the Uncertainty of Divorce

What will your post divorce life look like?  When you’ve made a lifetime commitment of marriage, facing a divorce brings up all kinds of uncertainties and accompanying questions. Questions like:  Where will I (and the kids if you have them) live?  What will co-parenting look like?  How will my budgeting and spending change?  At the […]

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