How Might Domestic Violence Charges Impact Your Divorce Proceedings

Being charged with domestic violence signals the start of a long criminal case ahead. Often, it coincides with the dissolving of a relationship as well. Even if your spouse doesn’t pursue charges or testify, it is possible to undergo simultaneous state criminal prosecution for domestic violence and civil proceedings for divorce. To put it in…

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Settling Child Custody in Colorado Depends on These Factors

Not every divorce is a drama-fueled spectacle, but even in the most amicable divorces, child custody can be a real sticking point. In Colorado, several child custody determinations exist to make decisions in the best interest of the child. Here’s what you need to know about the allocation of parental responsibilities in Colorado, including what…

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Determine Whether CO’s Pretrial Diversion Is an Option for You

Criminal cases in Colorado can be difficult and complex to navigate. There are many variables and unknowns in the process. For this reason, some defendants are tempted to take deferred prosecution agreements, also known as pretrial diversions, when they are offered. These types of agreements mean that a defendant doesn’t need to plead guilty. Meeting…

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