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Apple CEO divorce battle may not be over

Although the divorce was final in 2011, the battle between Apple executive John Sculley and his ex-wife may not be over. The former Mrs. Sculley has recently filed a lawsuit that claims her ex-husband hid millions of dollars in assets at the time of their divorce. If these claims are true, that would mean that their divorce agreement, particularly regarding spousal support, property division and other financial terms, may not fairly reflect an equitable distribution of marital assets. 

The rights of military personnel in case of divorce

Our Colorado divorce attorneys understand how difficult it can be to end a marriage, especially if one or both spouses are in the military. We understand the emotional and practical challenges that military families face, and we are prepared to seek the best possible outcome for our clients. Military personnel have certain rights during the divorce process, and it is our job to be sure that these rights are protected. 

Military divorce includes some special considerations

For some Colorado residents, there is no higher calling than serving his or her country. The job comes with certain stresses and dangers that are unique to the military, such as long deployments and the need to be ready to leave behind a family at any given moment. This can put a tremendous amount of strain on a couple, and in some cases leads to a military divorce.

A prenuptial agreement is a useful tool for any Colorado couple

A prenuptial agreement often has a certain stigma to it. For example, many Colorado residents who are soon to be married feel as if a prenuptial agreement is only for wealthy individuals. However, a prenup is actually an important document that all couples could utilize in the event that the two may eventually seek to divorce.

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