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Division of debt is one of the more complex issues in Colorado family law. It's also one of the most contentious. When couples share debt, even after divorce, that can keep them entangled with one another. Such situations can become messy. 

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Divorce is complex, both emotionally and financially. When the relationship is broken, it may be hard to come to terms to with your soon-to-be ex-spouse on personal matters, let alone the financial terms of separation. Our clients often ask how much...

In order to help parents settle custody matters amicably without going to trial, the courts may order mediation in child custody cases. This means that both parties sit down with a mediator in an attempt to come to an agreement on child custody. The...