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  • Grounds for a Divorce in Colorado

    Posted on May 20, 2022 by Chistopher N. Little

    Grounds for divorce are legal justifications party lists when petitioning a court to grant a decree of dissolution of marriage. Grounds may be either fault-based or no-fault, depending on where you are filing the case and the laws of that particular state.  Fault-based grounds require a party to demonstrate through sufficient evidence that the other party committed a specific act, such as desertion, cruelty, or adultery. No-fault divorces ar...

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  • Requirements for Adoption in Colorado 2022

    Posted on April 26, 2022 by Chistopher N. Little

    Adoption is a beautiful way to grow your family and might be the right option for your household through the process of adoption in Colorado. If you are interested in adopting in the State of Colorado, knowing the legal requirements and process is key. If this is your journey, an experienced Colorado adoption attorney can help. [lwptoc numeration="none"] Types of Adoption There are several categories of adoption in the United States, includ...

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  • Requirements for a Divorce in Colorado 2022

    Posted on April 18, 2022 by Chistopher N. Little

    If you are facing a divorce, you are facing a difficult legal procedure that is wrapped up in emotional upheaval. And if you have no idea where to begin, you are not alone. While one of the most important early steps you can take when it comes to divorce is seeking the professional legal counsel of an experienced Colorado divorce attorney, a better understanding of the requirements for a Colorado divorce can help. [lwptoc numeration="decimaln...

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  • Do You Qualify for an Annulment in Colorado?

    Posted on April 7, 2022 by Chistopher N. Little

    There are two ways to legally end a marriage in Colorado - divorce or annulment. Annulment is a rare legal process, but it can be beneficial for those who qualify. Many married couples assume that getting their marriage annulled is the easiest way to legally end their marriage. But in reality, being granted an annulment or declaration of invalidity, as it is called in Colorado, is no easy feat. Likewise, because of a no-fault divorce, getting...

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  • 7 Things You Must Consider Before Asking For a Divorce

    Posted on March 14, 2022 by Chistopher N. Little

    Divorce is a specific legal process with many rules and procedures. The process can also have a profound impact on your future, including your finances and your relationship with your children. For this reason, it is important to consider several things before you file, and never hesitate to discuss a possible case with a Colorado Divorce Attorney. [lwptoc numeration="none"] 1. Marriage Counseling In many cases, spouses threaten divorce out...

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  • Requirements for Legal Separation in Colorado

    Posted on March 3, 2022 by Chistopher N. Little

    While many couples turn to divorce to end their lives together, some might find a viable option in a legal separation. Separation is quite similar to a divorce, with the exception that the couple is still legally married. Colorado doesn’t require much for couples to request a separation. Legal separation is different from divorce. The big difference between divorce and separation in Colorado is that separation in itself doesn’t legally en...

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