Prenuptial agreements or pre-nups can be a very hard topic to bring up, but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't bring it up to avoid an uncomfortable conversation. Prenuptial agreements have many benefits, to both parties actually, but they seem to have a bad rap. There is an assumption that when you ask for a prenup, you don't have faith that the marriage will work out. This is why you need to be strategic when bringing up the idea to get your future spouse on board because you can't force anyone to sign a prenuptial agreement.
While the holidays can be a fun and exciting time, it can also be painful for those recently separated or preparing for a divorce. Whether you are staying together just through the holidays, knowing that your split will be happening soon, or you have already separated and your holidays look very different than they normally do, here are some tips to help.
Divorce in Wheat Ridge and Jefferson County can be expensive in many ways - not just financially, but emotionally as well. Your desire to move forward can conflict with your desire to get what you feel is deserved, which ends up costing you in more ways than one. Here are some tips and tricks to keeping your divorce low cost so that you and your children can move forward in a healthy and happy way.
Often, after a couple gets married in Jefferson County, their social lives become intertwined, which means after a divorce both parties are left wondering what that means for their friendships. It is likely that the end of your marriage will affect the relationships you have with others. You will have to test the waters and begin to rebuild a meaningful social life away from your marriage. Let's look at some tips for approaching this change in your life.
Even when a couple has a relatively amicable divorce and child custody agreement, it does not mean that co-parenting will be a walk in the park. There will definitely be baggage that makes it more difficult to get along. Often there are power struggles, where both parents want to be the one making the decisions and they don't want to give up any control. This is a possibility you need to prepare for if you are getting divorced. Here are some tips on how to manage these situations, so you can be the best co-parent for your children.
With Thanksgiving just days away and then Christmas and Hanukkah shortly thereafter, those going through a divorce or recently divorced often feel the added stress related to the holiday season, especially if you have kids. Questions will arise surrounding scheduling and where you will spend the holiday season and with who. Here are some tips for getting through the holiday season gracefully and hopefully with less stress.
Emotions run high when a couple decides to get a divorce in Wheat Ridge or Arvada and often dealing with those emotions causes conflict. You and your former spouse are trying to make important decisions while dealing with anger, grief, bitterness, and even depression. Sometimes our clients are ready to move forward with their lives and are making every effort to cooperate and communicate with their ex, only to be met with resistance and an irrational refusal to work together. Here, we have compiled a list of tips for handling these types of situations.