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  • Divorce: How is Debt Divvied Up?
    Divorce: How is Debt Divvied Up?

    The general rule of thumb for dividing up assets and debts in a divorce goes like this: any assets or debts accumulated before marriage is off the table, and any assets or debts accumulated during the ...

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  • Custody Battles: What Makes One Parent Best in the Eyes of the Judge?
    Custody Battles: What Makes One Parent Best in the Eyes of the Judge?

    One of three things will happen when you go to Court with a custody battle: either the mother comes out unhappy, the father comes out unhappy, or they’re both unhappy. It’s very rare for everyone to ...

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  • Divorce: Can You Sue for Defamation after a Divorce?
    Divorce: Can You Sue for Defamation after a Divorce?

    Some divorce cases get very ugly, very fast even when both parties claim that they’re doing their best to be amiable and “fair.” I don’t specialize in defamation cases but defamation can be related to ...

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  • Divorce: Can You Issue a Subpoena in a Divorce Case?
    Divorce: Can You Issue a Subpoena in a Divorce Case?

    We often hear about attorneys issuing subpoenas in big, nationally covered court cases, but if you’re getting a divorce at your local courthouse, can you collect information the same way? The short ...

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  • How to Get a DUI or DWAI without actually Driving (in the State of Colorado)
    How to Get a DUI or DWAI without actually Driving (in the State of Colorado)

    In Colorado, driving is very confusing. I don’t mean that the act of driving in and of itself is confusing, I mean that the definition of “driving” in this state is nebulous. On occasion this can ...

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  • How to Recover from a DUI Conviction
    How to Recover from a DUI Conviction

    On a daily basis, I speak with clients about DUI (driving under the influence) or DWAI (driving while ability impaired). In almost every case the client is concerned about how a conviction might ...

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