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What are temporary orders in a divorce?

When a couple is going through a contentious divorce, one of the first things that often happens is a request for something called "temporary relief." Temporary orders are an integral part of the divorce process and serve to keep both parties on even ground for the sake of fairness.

Don't get caught financially unaware in a divorce

In Colorado, spouses who get divorced find that there are many financial surprises waiting for them that they could not have anticipated beforehand. This is even more true for women who may not have participated in making any financial decisions before the divorce. Thus, it is essential to learn as much as possible before the divorce is final so that the best agreement possible can be negotiated.

Why more people are choosing prenups

For many people in Colorado, prenuptial agreements have long been considered the domain of celebrities or those with significant generational wealth. However, as people marry later in life with property, children and established careers, a growing number of people are interested in a document that could provide legal protections and a structure for asset division in case of divorce. One study conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found that 62% of family law attorneys reported increased requests for help negotiating a prenup.

How to decide whether to settle or proceed to litigation

When people in Colorado are going through a divorce, they might hope to reach an agreement without going to litigation. However, there may be a point at which negotiations have stalled, and a person could wonder whether the best course of action is to settle or go to litigation. There are a few factors to take into account.

The importance of civility in a divorce proceeding

Ending a marriage can be an emotional process, and in some cases, individuals will say or do things that they aren't necessarily proud of. However, the way that former spouses interact with other during the divorce process could have an impact on how the case is resolved. It could also have an impact on their personal and professional reputations after the marriage comes to an end.

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