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December 2017 Archives

New tax bill will impact many divorce cases

Very few Colorado residents are unaware that a new tax bill recently passed and was signed into law. The bill contains numerous changes to the current tax code -- one of which is of great interest to couples planning a divorce. Spouses tasked with paying alimony will soon lose the chance to claim those payments as a tax deduction. 

Tips on how to divorce a narcissistic spouse

Many Colorado spouses show the very worst sides of their personality when faced with the end of a marriage. In some cases, however, a spouse is truly aberrant in a clinical manner. Living with a narcissist is difficult; going through a divorce with one is downright unbearable. Here are some tips for moving through a divorce with a manipulative and deeply self-centered spouse.

Paternity fraud can impact child custody, support cases

It is estimated that as many as 30% of men who identify as fathers are unaware that they share no biological link to the children they believe are theirs. That is a frightening statistic, and indicates the presence of widespread paternity fraud in Colorado and across the nation. One group is trying to raise awareness of the issue, in the hopes of helping men avoid child custody and support cases based on fraud. 

How to plan for the financial ramifications of late-life divorce

Statistics show that more and more older Americans are choosing to walk away from untenable marriages. Even so, many other spouses remain in unhappy marriages for many years due to simple fear of the unknown. Understanding how divorce will impact one's financial future is an important consideration for Colorado spouses nearing or beyond retirement age.

Refinancing the house after a Colorado divorce

Deciding what to do with the family home is a top priority for many Colorado couples who are ending their marriage. For most, their house is their most valuable asset, and not something to be taken lightly. Determining how to handle the division of this important asset can be a challenging part of the greater divorce process.

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