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Family law may need to be updated for the digital age

In the past, when one spouse suspected the other of infidelity, he or she hired a private investigator to follow the other spouse. The investigator was tasked with obtaining confirmation of the spouse's suspicions and evidence for use in a divorce proceeding. However, times have changed. The online lives of Colorado residents are now being used as evidence of infidelity and other behavior in family law courts here and across the country.

Surviving the taxes after a Colorado divorce

Many Colorado residents have surely read or heard about the latest trend regarding divorce. This trend is called "conscious uncoupling" and was made popular by the amicable split of entertaining parents, actress Gwyneth Paltrow and singer Chris Martin. They have taken the position of having an amicable divorce and giving each other respect. Compared to what was once considered a battle to the death with the soon-to-be ex-spouse with the winner taking all has now become more civilized and less contentious. What is not mentioned are the financial battles that many still have.

Keeping children the focus of child custody arrangements

It might seem easier for parents who themselves grew up in a divorced household to understand the emotional issues involved with divorce. Child custody arrangements are crucial to the child's life. Children, no matter what age at the time of the divorce, can have adverse reactions to divorce. There are some things to keep in mind once Colorado couples begin to think about filing for divorce when children are involved.

Hints that it may be time for Colorado couples to divorce

If the words "happily-ever-after" or "'til-death-do-us-part" seem to make Colorado couples cringe, then it may be time to start looking for alternatives. Filing for divorce may be the best option for an unhappy couple to find future bliss. If any of the following hints sound all too familiar, then maybe it is time for a couple to initiate a marital split.

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