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There are many changes that occur as a result of a divorce. Living alone is a major lifestyle change that many newly-divorced individuals must face, sometimes unexpectedly. Some divorcees even find that they must leave the homes they established with their spouse years prior. After divorce, new relationships take on a different shape, especially as newly-single individuals may struggle with low self-esteem. Financial concerns also abound, as divorcees must consider how to make use their settlements wisely.

However, none of these concerns need to be overwhelming. The Harris Law Firm has compiled information for divorcees to use so that they can equip themselves for the road ahead. The best way forward is often hard to see for newly-single individuals to see—our resources provide the proper wisdom and guidance, so you can move forward with confidence and preparation. Our articles cover subjects like who to contact when your name changes, or how to modify your divorce agreements after they have been finalized. We hope you find our resources helpful as you embark on a new stage in your journey.

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Meeting and dating a new person following a divorce can be very intoxicating. Having experienced what is often a severe blow to self-esteem, the newly divorced person may be tempted to become quickly involved in a new relationship. Unfortunately, the divorce rate for second marriages and later ...
The divorce is final, and you are fortunate. You have received your share of your marital assets. What do you do next? Did you know that many divorcing people burn through their settlement money at a rapid rate? Without up-front thought, many people end up with almost none of the settlement ...
Unfortunately, the entry of a Decree of Dissolution does mean that there are not final matters to “wrap up”. There are several common legal issues that continue even after the divorce is decided upon. Tying up the loose ends can be categorized into three major areas: transfers of property, change in ...
Oftentimes, circumstances change following a court’s decision regarding maintenance (alimony) and modifications become necessary. If you want to request a modification of maintenance, you and your attorney will have to ask a judge, and if the judge approves, a decree of modification will be created. ...
Most people will probably live alone after divorce, and this can take some getting used to, especially if you were married for several years. While living alone after divorce may seem like a sad or scary thing, you will adjust and may even relish in your newfound “single” life. Even if you are ...
While there is no such thing as an easy divorce in Colorado, there are steps to prepare for divorce. A number of things that you can do to start preparing for divorce in Denver that will make the process easier include: Know Your Rights : You should look into as many reliable sources as you can on ...
Changing your name following a divorce requires that you notify a number of agencies, offices, and companies, in order to change your name in every aspect of your life. Start the process by obtaining a certified copy of the decree permitting the change of name from the court clerks' office. Then, ...
In Colorado, Maintenance is the term for spousal support or alimony. A Court's decision to award maintenance to one party is made on a case by case basis, and is dependent on several factors: Initially the party requesting maintenance must show that he or she does not have the means to provide for ...
The Intricacies Of Relocation Cases; A Win Or Lose Situation When parents originally file a Dissolution of Marriage, Allocation of Parental Responsibility, or Paternity action they each have the choice to live or move to a location of their choosing. The Court must accept the choice of their ...

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