Whether you're the payer of alimony or the recipient of alimony, it's vital that you keep good records relating to these payments. You will want to have these records on hand should any questions arise relating to taxes and/or an alleged failure to pay the alimony.
A prenuptial agreement is part of many marriages involving considerable wealth. For some Colorado couples, negotiating a prenup can pose a challenge. That is especially true in cases where one party has far more wealth than the other. Very often, a length-of-marriage clause can address the concerns of both parties. It allows for a fair and balanced approach in the event that a high\-asset divorce takes place.
Getting advice from friends and family can be invaluable in many areas of life. Finding a dentist, choosing a vacation destination or planning a birthday party are all areas were advice can make a world of difference. However, during a high\-asset divorce, advice from well-meaning parties can actually complicate matters and lead to unfavorable outcomes for Colorado spouses.
Choosing to dissolve a marriage can be a difficult decision that may require a fair amount of thought, especially if kids are involved. Parents in Colorado generally consider the well-being of their kids to be of the utmost importance, and seek to protect them from harm. When weighing the options concerning child custody, this could lead some parents to wonder if staying together for the sake of the kids is the best option available.
Moving through a custody battle can be a harrowing experience. For some Colorado parents, it is also incredibly frustrating and emotional. Throughout the process, all parties must adhere to the rules laid out by the child custody court. Failure to do so can result in negative consequences, as one father from a different state recently found.