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Divorce and End of Relationship Support Group

Facing down a divorce or the end of a long relationship can be an emotionally draining or traumatic event, but you don’t have to do it alone. The Denver Rebuilders offers a “Rebuilding” program to ...
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Divorced Parents: Consider These 10 New Year’s Resolutions for 2017

The beginning of the New Year is an important time for all of us to reflect on the past and set new goals for the future. For recently divorced parents, this time of year is also an opportunity to ...
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Creating a Shared Parenting Plan for the Holiday Season

‘Tis the season of joy and goodwill to others, and imparting the significance of the holiday season to your children is one of the most important parts of this time of year for divorced or separated ...
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What You Should Consider Before Filing for a Colorado Divorce

I recently overheard a conversation at an uptown bar from an exasperated woman complaining to her friend about her current living situation. She said, “Five years ago, this really annoying unemployed ...
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Amy Poehler and Will Arnett’s Divorce Finalized

By Taylor Fish The two were married for nine years and had two children before the couple split back in 2012, but their divorce was only finalized last month. In her memoir, “ Yes Please ,” Amy ...
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Divorce Recovery Group to Help You Move Forward

Karyn Seitz, a registered psychotherapist, is offering a group divorce recovery program designed for anyone who needs help letting go and moving forward after their divorce. The program will begin on ...
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Why Does a Parent Get Supervised Visits Rather Than Custody?

Disputes over custody following a divorce generally end with the best possible outcome for the child or children involved, even if that doesn’t always mean both parents get their way. This often means ...
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Helicopter Parenting & Shared Custody

Your divorce is finally over. The papers are filed, everything that needs to be signed is signed, and custody has been established. Now that’s over, it’s time to relax with your children, and move on ...
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The "Name Change Bill"

By Carrie Chaille Eckstein The “Name Change Bill” has passed and it will become effective later this year in September 1, 2016. This new law will allow both current and past divorcees (and those with ...
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What Divorce Does to Your Credit

Many individuals know the strain divorce places on relationships, but did you know that it could hurt your credit score as well? While not directly connected, divorce influences the way your finances ...
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If My Ex and I Agree on a Change to a Parenting Plan, Do We Still Need the Court's Approval?

If divorced parents are in agreement with changing their established parenting plans, they can do so at any time. However, they will need to seek the court’s approval to obtain the modification. When ...
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Happy Holidays from The Harris Law Firm

It seems like just yesterday we were getting ready for the holidays and now they are almost at an end. At The Harris Law Firm, we hope that you have had a wonderful holiday and would like to wish you ...
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Coping with Divorce During Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks and being with family. It can be a time of positivity and joy. However, in normal families, it can be stressful dealing with relatives and cooking. This time ...
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Science and Chocolate: How Science Can Help Coping with a Breakup

Breaking up sucks. No one enjoys losing someone they love, no matter how necessary it may be. Most people seek the comfort of familiar sad songs illustrating the pain in words we cannot come up with. ...
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The Positive Power of, "Wow, That Sucks"

The Positive Power of, “Wow, that sucks.” by: Jeff Walz Owner: Next Door Counseling Author: “Walking Bridge – A Novel of Friendship and Redemption” Positive thinking is the mindset of winners. Don't ...
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Metro Denver Parenting Classes

Research has indicated that divorce itself is not the primary distressing factor for children involved, but rather the ongoing conflict between the parents and interruption in parenting time . The ...
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Career Counseling

One of the biggest challenges facing divorced women and men is starting a new life after the divorce, and that often requires that each spouse get a job after divorce. If you are fearful that you are ...
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