Knowledge Is Power

We’re passionate about educating people to help them make informed and intentional decisions concerning their divorce. On the blog, you’ll find answers to your most pressing divorce questions, industry insights, and thoughts on how you can make the divorce process as amicable as possible.

5 Cognitive Biases That Lead to Difficulty in Divorce Finances

A cognitive bias is a systematic mistake or error in thinking that affects our judgment. Some of these biases helped our ancestors survive on the

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Child Contingency Rule

If any amount of spousal support specified in the divorce decree is reduced (a) upon the happening of any contingency related to the child or (b) at

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Planning for Mid-Life Real Estate Purhases

Purchasing real estate can be a daunting prospect at any point in life. However, if the purchase is the result of financial negotiations related to

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Child Support and Beyond: How to Handle Expenses Child Support Doesn’t Cover

Child support is an attempt by the court to ensure that the children’s basic needs are met, and that as they go from one household to the other

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Making Sure Accounts Are Valued Equally During Divorce

Dividing property can be one of the most challenging and complex pieces of a divorce. What appears to be an easy decision such as “I want the

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Buying a House During a Divorce

during the divorce can be a bumpy ride. Title Issues Colorado law presumes that all property purchased by either spouse during the marriage is

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Dividing Rental Properties During Divorce

As of January 1, 2009, a new housing law placed a restriction on the $250,000 exclusion allowed on gain from sale of a principal residence. If there

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Divorce and Your Credit Score

As nearly half of the American population already knows, divorce is a difficult, emotional process to go through. This difficulty can be compounded

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Passive Appreciation in Retirement Accounts

If you do not have a pension as your primary retirement vehicle, then you likely have a 401k or IRA. The money that accumulates as a result of your

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