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If you’ve watched legal dramas, the term “deposition” may already be familiar to you. While the process of giving a deposition usually looks intimidating in the movies, in reality, it’s not as nerve-wracking as you might think.

What is a Divorce...

Child support is frequently a contentious issue between parents. One parent may resent the amount of the child support payment they give or receive. Another may feel as though the money they provide is being misused. 

Parents who have child support...

At the very minimum, a divorce in Colorado can technically take as few as 90 days. This is the mandatory waiting period imposed by the local divorce laws. However, this waiting period only starts when the court receives the signed divorce papers...