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Healing after a divorce using the 5 stages of grief

When a couple goes through a divorce, even if it is an amicable one, it is still an emotional and stressful time. Some observers suggest that, in order to heal after a divorce, one of the best ways to approach the situation is to use the five stages of grief. These stages are denial, anger, depression, bargaining and acceptance. Even though divorce is different for every couple in Colorado, following these steps may help build a path to a quicker and healthier recovery.

Keeping divorce from affecting a career in Colorado

Due to copious amounts of research on the subject, the general public is well aware of the negative effects an improperly handled divorce can have on a person's emotional well-being as well as a couple's children. However, one topic that is not discussed as much is the impact divorce can have on a person's career. Those going through a divorce in Colorado should keep a few simple steps in mind that will help prevent divorce from interfering at work.

Prenuptial agreement can include social media clauses in Colorado

When two people enter into a marriage, it is important that both spouses understand the ground rules of the marriage. One of the most common methods of ensuring that both spouses in a marriage understand the ground rules is through the use of a prenuptial agreement. However, with the advent of social media, spouses in Colorado have been including clauses specifically addressing the use of social media.

Colorado parents put children first in child custody matters

Any Colorado parent who has been through a divorce understands how challenging it can be. Among all of the issues that need to be dealt with during the divorce process, child custody is most likely at the top of the list. Despite the potential obstacles, more parents than ever are putting their children first when discussing parenting arrangements.

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