Blog Posts in 2018

Tips for Parents to Keep Your Kids Safe This Halloween

Taking your children trick or treating for Halloween has been a fall tradition for generations, and safety has always been a top concern – at least for parents. Making sure that your child has the ...
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How Will Adultery Affect My Divorce?

A very common issue that can lead to divorce is when one or both partners are unfaithful to their spouse. A seemingly happily married person can make the choice to seek a physical and/or emotional ...
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How Will Moving Affect My Divorce?

Moving after a divorce, whether it’s to create some extra space between you and your ex, because your ex received the home in the divorce, or for any other reason can add even more stress to an ...
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How Will Social Media Affect My Divorce?

In today’s technology-driven age, social media has become an almost inescapable tool that, while it has some benefits, also comes with a considerable number of drawbacks. For couples going through a ...
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How Will Filing for Bankruptcy Affect My Divorce?

Divorce can be a complicated and expensive process depending on your situation, and in some cases those costs, whether they’re related to the divorce proceedings or other factors can put a ...
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The Harris Law Firm Partner Kelly Murphy Elected to Young Lawyers Division Board

The Harris Law Firm, P.C. is excited to announce that firm partner Kelly Murphy was recently elected to the Young Lawyers Division Board, part of the Colorado Lawyers Committee. You can learn more ...
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Shared Parenting Tips for the Summer

If you share custody of your children, summer break is one of the best times of the year to spend quality time with your children. As you’re making plans this summer, it’s important that parents sit ...
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New Colorado Law Protects Rights of Parents with Disabilities

A new law in Colorado, House Bill 18-1104 (PDF) , established new protections for parents and prospective parents with disabilities in Colorado. These protections include: Disabilities cannot serve as ...
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Four Attorneys Named to 2018 List of Rising Stars

The Harris Law Firm is excited to announce that four of our attorneys, Carrie Chaille Eckstein, Jennie R. Wray, Sangeetha Mallavarapu, and Kelly Lynch Murphy were all selected to the list of Rising ...
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Colorado Legislature to Consider New Protections for Victims of Domestic Violence

Colorado lawmakers are currently considering a new bill that would provide victims of domestic abuse with additional legal protections from their abusers. Under current law, in criminal cases that ...
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The Harris Law Firm Attorneys Rich Harris and Jennie Wray Return to Haiti on Behalf of Road to Hope

This past weekend, The Harris Law Firm founder Rich Harris and firm partner Jennie Wray were down in Haiti on behalf of the Road to Hope to deliver instruments and visit the Nordette School, located ...
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Your Relationship with Your Child's Other Parent Matters Whether You Are Married or Divorced

Studies show that divorce, domestic violence, drug abuse, poverty conditions, and poor home learning environments have negative impacts on child development. This latest study focusing on the home ...
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What Visitation Rights Do Grandparents Have in Colorado?

With 2018 in full-swing, it’s a good time to think about grandparents’ rights to see their grandchildren. Colorado law allows grandparents and great-grandparents to go through the court to secure the ...
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Un divorcio mas civilizado y tranquilo

Usar la mediación como alternativa al litigio La mediación en un entorno de derecho familiar es un procedimiento legal extrajudicial donde un tercero neutral ayuda a facilitar un acuerdo entre las ...
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¿Terminará mi obligación de manutención infantil (bajo las leyes de Colorado) cuando mi hijo cumpla 19 años?

La manutención de los hijos en el estado de Colorado generalmente finaliza automáticamente cuando el último o único hijo cumple los 19 años de edad, pero hay varias excepciones. Estas excepciones son ...
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Time for Review of Child Support

The New Year is a good time to look back over the past year and to make plans for the upcoming months. One of the ways that we do that is to do our income taxes. We look at what we earned in 2017, as ...
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¿Tuyo, mío o nuestro?

Al dividir la propiedad durante un caso de divorcio, el primer paso es identificar los activos maritales frente a los bienes separados. En general, la propiedad conyugal se puede haber adquirido ...
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Introducing The Harris Law Firm's Newest Partners, Carrie Eckstein and Kelly Murphy

The Harris Law Firm is excited to announce that attorneys Carrie Chaille Eckstein and Kelly Lynch Murphy were named as the firm’s latest partners at the end of 2017. “Carrie and Kelly have ...
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