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Family owned businesses and the impact of divorce

When a married couple decides that they want to divorce, there can often be some contention over the division of marital assets. However, if that couple owns a family business together in Colorado, the situation could get even messier. Luckily, there are some simple steps to take in an effort for couples who are also business partners to handle the divorce.

Trying to do your own divorce may lead to mistakes

When a couple is considering having a divorce, they may have some common misconceptions about the process. One of the most common misconceptions for Colorado separating spouses is the assumption that the couple may be able to navigate the complex divorce process on their own. However, there are several areas that could be overlooked when couples try to do their own divorce.

Wife of rocker Scott Stapp receives sole child custody

Rockers make the news in Colorado for a variety of different reasons. They likely prefer that news headlines deal with a chart-topping hit or sold out concert. Unfortunately, their personal, rather than professional, lives are often splashed on the front pages of tabloids and other news sources. For example, rocker Scott Stapp, former vocalist for Creed, has been in the news for several different reasons, but most recently because his wife was awarded sole child custody of their children.

Children and pension often primary concerns in military divorce

Divorce is a difficult process for any couple, regardless of their circumstances. Those working through a military divorce, however, have to deal with a number of factors that most other couples don't. Two key issues with a military divorce revolve around children and pension.

When one spouse wants a divorce, sometimes the other does not

Divorce is not always a mutual agreement. Sometimes, one spouse wants to end the marriage while the other does not. While it may be tempting for the spouse who wants the divorce to get frustrated and impatient, taking things a little slower and communicating with the other spouse is more likely to lead to an amicable divorce. There are three common reasons why the other spouse may initially refuse to divorce in Colorado.

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