During Recession, Divorcing Couples Divide Debt

October 19, 2010
Categories: Colorado Divorce Info | Author: Harris Law Firm

Rich Harris, President of The Harris Law Firm, was interviewed recently for article published by the Denver Business Journal regarding how the current recession has effected the number of divorce cases in Colorado. Rich Harris said: Assets are worth significantly less than they were a few years ago, which means divorce cases are more contentious. We now spend a lot of time fighting over the divison of debt rather than assets.

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