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  • DUID Marijuana: What You Need to Know
    DUID Marijuana: What You Need to Know

    The number of DUID marijuana arrests has predictably gone up since recreational use of marijuana is now legal in the State of Colorado, and law enforcement is working hard to keep up. However, there ...

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  • Divorce and Spousal Maintenance when Serious Medical Issues Arise
    Divorce and Spousal Maintenance when Serious Medical Issues Arise

    What happens when a medical condition arises after you’ve already begun the process of filing for divorce? In most cases, the medical issue will affect spousal maintenance if it occurred while the two ...

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  • Divorce: When is the “Point of No Return”?
    Divorce: When is the “Point of No Return”?

    Most people who have chosen to get divorced feel confident about their decision by the time I speak with them. (In fact, in my experience, usually people are looking for ways to get the divorce ...

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  • Divorce: Different States Offer Different Benefits
    Divorce: Different States Offer Different Benefits

    I recently wrote about how living in a no-fault divorce state can affect the outcome of your hearing (in sum, the fact that Colorado is a no-fault divorce state essentially means that the Court will ...

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  • The Pros and Cons of Hiring a Private Investigator for a Divorce Case
    The Pros and Cons of Hiring a Private Investigator for a Divorce Case

    So you’re going through a divorce and you believe your soon-to-be-former spouse may be hiding something. Whether it’s money, affairs, or something else, if you’re considering hiring a private ...

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  • Divorce by Publication: How to Get Divorced, Even if You Cannot Find Your Spouse
    Divorce by Publication: How to Get Divorced, Even if You Cannot Find Your Spouse

    I’ve heard it many times before: a client wants and needs to get a divorce, but his or her spouse is nowhere to be found. Either they ran off with the intention of shirking family responsibilities, or ...

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