Discovery is the process of requesting information from the Opposing Party to prepare for trial or to get more information for your case. There are specific deadlines and types of discovery that you can issue… Read More »What is discovery in Colorado family law?
In Colorado family law, divorce cases are either “pre-decree” or “post-decree.” The “decree” is the formal legal document that the Court issues to divorce two parties. If your case is “pre-decree,” you’re not divorced yet.… Read More »What is “pre-decree” versus “post-decree” in Colorado family law?
If you’re navigating a family law matter in Colorado, you’ll likely encounter the term “mediation.” But what exactly does it mean, and how can it impact your case? Defining Mediation Mediation is a form of… Read More »Family Law Mediation: Low Cost and Effective
In Colorado, family law matters involving finances require you to complete a financial affidavit. This is known as the Sworn Financial Statement. If you have additional accounts, such as retirement, stock, or separate property, you… Read More »Sworn Financial Statements, Supporting Schedules, and Financial Disclosures