Category Archives : Family Law

  • Do You Need a Lawyer for Mediation?

    Posted on May 17, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    More and more divorcing couples turn to divorce mediation to resolve their differences when they split. Even divorces in which the spouses agree on most but not all issues can benefit from working with an experienced divorce mediator. However, they shouldn’t substitute a mediator for proper legal representation. Divorces are either contested or uncontested. Couples who can’t resolve their disagreements to reach a settlement will end up wi...

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  • FAQs About Common Law Marriage in Colorado

    Posted on May 3, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Not all married couples tie the knot in some elaborate or small wedding or even before a judicial officer at the local courthouse. Some couples live together just as a formally married couple, but they have never been officially married as such. It is this type of cohabiting that often leads to what is known as common law marriage. Discuss any questions you have with an Aurora common law marriage lawyer today. [lwptoc skipHeadingLevel=""] Wh...

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  • Do Prenuptial Agreements Encourage Divorce?

    Posted on February 24, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    More and more people are signing premarital agreements, but many still worry that a prenup might increase the chances of a future divorce. Never hesitate to meet with Aurora prenuptial agreement lawyers about how these agreements work. Prenuptial agreements are much more popular than they used to be. Many future spouses realize how such a safety net could serve their interests in the future if their marriage dissolves. However, many others ar...

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  • Who Should Consider a Postnuptial Agreement?

    Posted on February 10, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Both pre-and postnuptial agreements can protect married spouses if their marriage ends in divorce. Even if you didn’t have a prenuptial agreement, you could always make a postnuptial one. Speak to a family lawyer to determine if one might be right for you. While prenuptial agreements or prenups can only be drafted and signed before a couple ties the knot, a married couple can enter into a postnuptial agreement after they are legally wed. Ju...

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  • How Mediation Can Help Your Divorce

    Posted on January 27, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    In order to get a divorce final, there are many ways to reach a divorce settlement and file an uncontested divorce. One of them is to go through divorce mediation. This process can help both spouses determine their needs and get the most important ones met.  When you decide you want to get divorced, there’s more than one way to reach an outcome. However, some are more successful than others. Some couples file a contested divorce to let the...

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  • What Issues Can You Address in a Prenup?

    Posted on December 16, 2020 by Chistopher N. Little

    Prenuptial agreements used to have negative connotations, but recently more couples are choosing to use them. With a prenup, you can determine with your future spouse how certain assets, debts, or other marital issues will be dealt with if you pursue a divorce. Studies show that more couples are opting for prenuptial or prenup agreements than ever before. If you will soon be walking down the aisle, you might be wondering what can be included ...

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