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Imputed Rental Income & Colorado Divorce

Rent is income – that’s pretty clear. The IRS requires you to declare rental income received on a Schedule E, and the Colorado child support statute’s definition of income includes “rents”. (5)(a)(I)(J). The maintenance statute has a similar provision. (8)(a)(I)(J). And Colorado courts will impute income to people who are voluntarily under-employed and…


Maintenance & Attorney’s Fees – Court Victory

A recent divorce hearing resulted in Graham Law’s satisfied client prevailing on almost every issue litigated, including maintenance (aka alimony). Reviewing the basics from this case provide a valuable lesson for those undergoing the stressful process of dissolving a marriage. Graham Law represented the Husband. During the parties’ 15-year marriage, the Husband…