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5 COMMON DIVORCE MYTHS

Considering divorce? Before you start the process, make sure you know all the facts. It’s easy to buy into the hype that divorce will be an extremely difficult, very long road ahead. But this isn’t always the case. In fact, the right divorce lawyer can help you make this time in your life as quick Read More

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HOLIDAY CUSTODY AND VISITATION ISSUES

Even in the best of circumstances, the holidays can be an extremely stressful time. For newly divorce couples, however, this time of year can be especially difficult. In divorce cases where children are involved, managing holiday custody and visitation orders can be hard, and there are a wide range of issues divorced parents may face Read More

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WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR DIVORCE CONSULTATION

If you’re in the beginning stages of initiating a divorce or on the receiving end of divorce papers, one of the first steps you take is hiring a divorce attorney. Before you hire your lawyer, however, you’ll likely schedule an initial consultation. These meetings are extremely informative, so it’s best that you prepare and get Read More

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WHAT ARE HIDDEN ASSETS?

During a divorce, especially one that is contested, it’s not uncommon for an angry spouse to hide valuable assets in an effort to keep them from being divided during the divorce proceedings. Hiding assets is never a good idea – during the divorce process, both parties will be obligated to disclose their financial information. If Read More

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KNOWING WHEN IT’S TIME TO SWITCH DIVORCE ATTORNEYS

When life takes a turn, and you find yourself filing for divorce, your only option is to retain the best possible representation that will safeguard what you’re entitled to. The quality of your representation, however, is completely up to you – if you find yourself with substandard legal counsel, you should consider moving forward in Read More

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WHAT TO INCLUDE IN YOUR PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT

Before walking down the aisle, many couples draft a prenuptial agreement to protect their investments, property, and assets. Contrary to popular belief, prenuptial agreements are not just for the wealthy elite. Regardless of income level, the assets you’ve acquired before and during your marriage are worth protecting. Such agreements not only explicitly specify each spouse’s Read More

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EXPLAINING DIVORCE TO YOUR CHILDREN

The process of getting a divorce is extremely difficult, but perhaps the hardest part is breaking the news to your child. Depending on their age, they may be unable to process the news the same way a reasonable adult would. The manner in which you tell them can significantly impact how they take the news. Read More

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STAY CONNECTED TO KARIN JOHNSON CHATFIELD LLC

At Karin Johnson Chatfield LLC, we understand that family law matters are not only complex, but sensitive in nature. Whether you are filing for divorce or seeking to adopt a child, you may have questions about the transitions ahead. Fortunately, our firm is here to provide the guidance and support you need. With more than Read More

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AVOID THESE FOUR COMMON CHILD CUSTODY MISTAKES

For most parents facing the end of their marriage, negotiating child custody arrangements is the most sensitive part of the divorce process. While these parents often have specific goals and arrangements in mind when approaching this portion of their divorce, many of them do not realize that have sabotaged their own efforts with their own Read More

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CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT IN COLORADO

One of the most common and serious complications a divorced parent can face after dissolving their marriage is dealing with a co-parent who fails to pay child support. Child support decisions are taken very seriously in Colorado and all non-custodial parents are expected to adhere to them for as long as the court decrees. When Read More

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