If you are an artist going through a divorce in Colorado, you may be wondering what will happen to the artwork that you created before, during and after your marriage. Since all property needs to be accounted for, you will need to make a detailed list of each of your creations. We at Kaplan Law understand the complexities that surround the division of artwork, which is why we realize the benefits that mediation can bring.
It is no secret that going through a divorce is difficult, but there are things you can do to ease some of the stress and make the situation as relaxed as possible. We at Kaplan Law not only work to help you come to an agreement on your Colorado divorce terms in the simplest way possible.
If you are considering a divorce in Colorado, one of the biggest questions you may have is whether or not you should try to mediate with your spouse or take the case to court. One factor in your decision will likely be cost, so it is helpful to know what you can expect with each process. We at Kaplan Law have outlined what you may spend in either scenario so you can make the decision that best fits your needs.
When most people in Colorado get married, they do not anticipate getting a divorce. Because of this fact, some choose not to get a prenuptial agreement. If you belong to this group and then ended up separating from your spouse, you may be wondering what to expect during divorce proceedings.
Colorado couples looking to break things off are unfortunately in for a long and rocky road. Some may face more challenges than others due to financial, emotional, or other various reasons. However, any divorcing couple could potentially benefit from having a mediator on board.
During a divorce, it can be tempting to fudge the numbers a little bit. Small details can drastically change the resolution and leave you paying less child support or alimony. While this may be true, there are also strict laws in Colorado that can lead to hefty punishments and fines if you do not provide accurate information during divorce proceedings. We at Kaplan Law are committed to helping you avoid these consequences while still achieving the best outcome possible.
If you are headed toward a divorce in Colorado, you may be wondering if your spouse has been keeping any secrets from you. Even the most kind, loving spouses may simply feel that you do not have a right to some of their money, especially if they acquired the funds previous to your wedding or you did not work during the marriage. The truth is that most property and accounts become commingled during the marriage and transfer to joint property unless stated in the prenuptial agreement.
Divorce can be difficult in any situation, but if you are an immigrant in Colorado or any other state, you may find the laws and regulations even more confusing. We at Kaplan Law work hard to ensure that you can divorce without losing your citizenship status.
When you file for divorce in Colorado, you may think that there is only one way terminate a marriage through courtroom litigation. Yet, there are several ways that you can dissolve your marriage depending on what process works best for your unique situation. Mediation offers many benefits to couples who are able to discuss and negotiate matters of their settlement in a calm and civil manner.
Often, if couples in Colorado cannot come to an agreement, the courts will determine a parenting plan for them. You may be able to prevent this if you and your ex are able to reach an understanding about the issue. Our attorneys at Kaplan Law are skilled at guiding unwilling parents through this process and helping them realize the benefits of mediation.