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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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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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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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Tax Bill Eliminates Maintenance Deductions for Agreements and Orders Signed After 2018

The recently passed GOP tax bill will have a devastating effect on people making maintenance payments to their ex-spouses. Family law practitioners carefully followed the tax bill as it made its way ...
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Attorney Jennie Wray Discusses Pre and Postnuptial Agreements on Queer Money

Harris Law Firm attorney Jennie Wray recently discussed the importance of pre and postnuptial agreements on the podcast Queer Money . Some of the topics Jennie and podcast hosts David Auten and John ...
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Former Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi Wins Alimony Case

An Italian court ruled on Thursday, November 16 that former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi no longer needs to pay his ex-wife 1.4 million euros ($1.7 million) per month. The Milan appeals ...
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Do I Need a Prenup?

Who Needs A Prenup? Prenuptial agreements, or prenups, are now being drafted for couples of all ages. These legal documents are now as important for young couples in their 20s and 30’s who are ...
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Jennie Wray and Angela Arkin Published in Law Week Colorado

The Harris Law Firm attorney Jennie Wray and retired judge Angela “Angie” Arkin were recently published in Law Week Colorado. The pair wrote a piece titled ‘Emerging Trends in Family Law’ where they ...
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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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Selling the Marital Home

Marital Vs. Separate Assets When a divorcing couple seeks the sell their marital home, the first order of business is to determine whether the house is marital property or separate property. If the ...
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Retired Judge Angie Arkin Speaks About Her Volunteer Work

Each month, Retired Judge Angela “Angie” Arkin from the firm’s Denver office volunteers to provide two self-represented couples with mediation to help them resolve their family law case. “I believe it ...
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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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We Are Family… Right? Things To Know About Common Law Marriage

Colorado recognizes common law marriages, which means that if you cohabitate with your partner for any duration and you mutually and consistently hold yourselves out to be married, then you are ...
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Is a CFI or a PRE Right for Your Case?

When there are contested cases concerning the allocation of parental responsibilities, the court may appoint an expert to conduct an investigation. The most common experts are known as Child and ...
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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s Tumultuous Divorce

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have recently gone through a very public divorce. It is very public for several reasons: both actors are well-known movie stars, they have been married a little over a ...
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The High Cost of Parental Conflict

A while ago, the family court judges went to a seminar where several adult “children of divorce” gave speeches. One said the two things she dreaded most were her high school and college graduation ...
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Brad and Angelina Put Their Children First

The recent news report that Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, whom she married about two years ago, was a surprise to their adoring public. She has asked for physical custody of ...
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Amy Poehler and Will Arnett's Divorce Finalized

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 Poehler describes the ...
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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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Is It Really a Problem?

One of the common problems we face in family law cases is the extreme polarization between the parties. Trust disappears, and everything the other parent does with the children is suspect. That ...
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How Do I Answer My Child’s Questions About Parenting Time Disputes?

As attorneys, we get this question all the time. It is a difficult question, and we provide a pretty simple answer. You do not want to place the child in the middle. You do not want to over-share ...
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