SSL Certificate Renewal: Scammers, Spammers, or Just Pushy?
When a company I had never heard of called trying to renew SSL certificates issued by a completely different company, our curiosity was piqued.
Do I Really Need a Colorado Prenuptial Agreement?
A Colorado prenuptial agreement can be a powerful tool to help protect separate property and determine maintenance, but not everyone needs one.
(This) Part-Time Job Not “Shirking” Work for Family Support
Colorado Court rules it was reasonable for a parent to work a 30 hour part-time job instead of 40 hours, so it was not voluntary underemployment.
No Separate Property in a Divorce in Colorado Without Proof
A spouse who is asserting a claim for separate property in a divorce in Colorado has the burden of proving the value of the claim with evidence.
Stepparent Child Support Denied When Only Weekend Visits
Colorado Court of Appeals overturned stepparent child support order for stepfather who was awarded minimal visitation with no decision-making.
No Retroactive Child Support in Colorado w/o Custody Change
Retroactive child support can only be awarded if there is a custody change, not if support was based upon an expected change which did not occur.
The Forgotten Divorce Tax Which Reduces Value of Your Assets
If spouses to not factor divorce tax consequences in the property division, one spouse's taxes could erode the value of the assets awarded to her.
Indian Child Welfare Act Requirements Only If Reason to Know
Colorado Supreme Court rules that Indian Child Welfare Act requirements (ICWA) only triggered if court has "reason to know" child is Indian.
Permanent Custody Change Based Upon Temporary Consent
Colorado court rules a parent can use the other parent's consent to a temporary custody change to seek a permanent change in custody.
Child Hearsay & Testimony in a Colorado Custody Hearing
Child hearsay rules often prevent parents from telling a custody judge what the kids want. But there are ways for the children's wishes to be known.
Remedial Contempt of Court Sanction Nixed – Cannot Fully Pay
Finding a party in remedial contempt of court requires that the contemptor actually have the ability to pay the full amount sanctioned.
Adultery – Infidelity Clause in Prenup or Postnup Agreements
It is questionable whether an infidelity clause in prenup or postnup agreements which penalizes adultery would be enforceable in Colorado.
Omitted Asset? Cannot Reopen Colorado Divorce if Knew of It
An omitted asset may be ground to reopen a property division in a Colorado divorce, but not when the complaining spouse actually knew of it.
Tax and Divorce in Colorado – What You Need to Know
Discusses tax and divorce issues, including using tax documents to establish residence, and how to file after divorce, legal separation or annulment.
Pension and Divorce Miscalculation By Other Side? Tough Luck
Courts will divide a pension and divorce disclosures include pension documents. But a pension miscalculation did not justify reopening the case.
How is Child Support Jurisdiction Determined in Colorado?
The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) has requirements for states to exercise initial child support jurisdiction, as well to modify orders.
Emergency Child Custody Motion Fails, Then Modify Parenting
Court rules that if an emergency child custody motion is not granted, the same allegations can support a later motion to modify parenting time.
Colorado Child Support Payments for Disabled Child Over 19
Colorado Court orders child support payments for disabled child who could not care for herself without help, despite finding only "partial disability,"
Welcome to Family Law Attorney John Nalley
John Nalley, a veteran family law attorney with more than 10 years of experience as a domestic relations attorney, has joined the Graham.Law team.
Payee’s Voluntary Unemployment Off-Limits for Alimony
When husband's income reduction insufficient to trigger alimony modification, court may not consider wife's potential voluntary unemployment.