How to handle your divorce in 5 quick steps

The 5 steps are to communicate with your spouse or partner; figure out your finances; commit to resolution; get it in writing, and go to court – if necessary. Divorce is not an easy process by any means, there are steps you can take making the divorce process simple, less stressful and financially efficient. 1…. Read more »

Pot And Parenting in Colorado: Still Not Cool Dude

While Colorado is hyped on the legalization of marijuana, Colorado judges and child advocates still aren’t high when deciding what’s in your child’s best interests.  I’m not writing this to take an ethical or medical stance on pot and parenting – I’m just a lawyer who often advocates for and against parenting and pot smoking…. Read more »

3 actions Parents need to take during the Divorce process.

These actions will help to Save Your Children and Restructure your Family through the divorce process. Parenting through divorce is the same as parenting in a marriage – It’s about the children first! Divorce happens between partners in a marriage it doesn’t mean proper parenting goes away.  Parenting during and after a divorce is even… Read more »

2 more Divorce cost saving ideas.

Divorce can be an expensive venture I’ve put together 2 Divorce Cost Savings ideas to help contain costs during the divorce process. 1.  GET YOUR FINANCIAL DOCUMENTATION IN ORDER FIRST Once you have chosen the process, and have considered the costs and time involved with each approach, its time to get your financial documentation in… Read more »

5 approaches to Divorce in Vail and Denver

When getting divorced in Colorado, there are various approaches to handle the dissolution of marriage.  The traditional litigated divorce is one but there are four other important options before hiring your lawyer or getting divorced. “RECONCILIATION” Before you head down the path of dissolving the marriage and spending $5000.00 to $100,000.00 or more on the… Read more »