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Mediation doesn't always work and a divorce can end up in court

Colorado couples may be shocked to learn that most couples going through a divorce are able to settle the terms of their divorce outside of court. Most couples never have to go to trial. In fact, recent estimates suggest that 95 percent of couples going through a divorce are able to settle without going before a judge.

After divorce and child custody issues, co-parenting can work

While most Colorado couples wish divorce wasn't in their vocabulary, the truth of the matter is that it is a reality in today's society. Unfortunately, divorce brings a whole myriad of emotions with it. This is especially true when children are involved and child custody has to be determined. However, co-parenting after divorce doesn't have to be difficult if the parents are equipped with the necessary knowledge to make it work.

Discussing a prenuptial agreement without ruining the engagement

The Colorado wedding season is about to begin, and many engaged couples are finalizing their wedding plans. Some of those couples are also finalizing their prenuptial agreement. These agreements may be gaining in popularity, but many people still consider it unromantic.

Sickness may be a cause for divorce in Colorado

Many Colorado married couples feel that living out their days together "until death-do-us part" is how marriage should be. However, not everyone shares this point of view. A new study indicates that the divorce rate is high among couples in which one party suffers from a chronic condition.

Eliot Spitzer set to pay ex-wife $240,000 a year after divorce

Some Colorado ex-spouses may feel that they are paying too much money to the other party in the form of spousal maintenance. A divorce can cost one or both parties more than just emotional turmoil. When the dust settles and the divorce is final, some people discover they have an uphill battle financially.

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