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Now that your divorce is final (or if you are just looking forward to that day), it is time to make sure you protect your financial future. Most of the actions listed here cannot be taken before your divorce
After a multi-day trial, Fred Dunsing won a change of custody of two young children to our client, as well as relocation of the children to the client’s residence outside of Colorado.
This case was a hotly contested post-decree custody
Courts must “actively manage” discovery to try to reduce burden (and costs) to parties in divorce cases.
In an opinion issued today, the Colorado Supreme Court requires trial courts to “actively manage” discovery in divorce cases under C.R.C.P. 16.2.
In the Gromicko case, Wife asserted that a business was not only Husband’s employer but was, in
Happy New Year!
Years of experience has taught us that it is at this time of year that many people decide to make a change in their marital status.
If you are contemplating divorce or legal separation, there are steps you
Just because an attorney charges more, does not mean they are better!
Take advantage of any free initial consultation offered by an attorney. Are they really thinking about your particular situation or just offering general, not very useful, information until
Every year more than 26,000 people are arrested in Colorado for Driving Under the Influence (DUI), per the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). In addition, 150 people per year are killed in alcohol related traffic crashes.
As a result, CDOT’s
Lawmakers in Colorado were recently briefed by economists on Felony Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charges and the effect they have on prison populations. According to economists, the 2015 law prompted Colorado District Attorneys to file more than 1,100
October 2016: Fred Dunsing wins grandparent visitation for grandmother with her minor grandchildren who live out of state. The Court noted that this was a “troubling” case, full of conflict between all the parties. Based on Fred’s arguments about