September 2016

How Domestic Violence Could Affect Child Custody Cases in Colorado

When courts are deciding on child custody cases, particularly regarding parenting time and responsibilities, they consider whether the parents or one of the parents has committed any form of domestic abuse against the children and/or the other parent. Domestic Violence and Child Custody The Colorado Revised Statutes define domestic violence…


Divorce Lawyer: Your Trustworthy Ally When Love Fails

Love typically starts with a blush, slowly developing into a burning fire. Like fire, however, it can consume itself and slowly start to die. When that happens, one of the options that you have is to get a divorce. Before you go for this decision, however, you need to consider a…


3 Ways to Handle Your Finances Better During a Divorce

Apart from the emotional turmoil that comes with a divorce, you also need to face the many expenses that come with it. You will take a big financial hit with a divorce, especially if your situation is rather complicated. The national average for the entire divorce process is a whopping…


A Closer Look on the Different Custody Types

Child custody is one of the issues you need to settle during divorce. When both parents seem to be fit (or not), it becomes more complicated. In the end, it is the child’s best interest that would prevail. Before the court decides who gets the custody, it is important to have…


Aggravated Battery: What Makes a Simple Battery Become Aggravated?

Aggravated battery is classified as a more severe type of battery according to the Illinois Complied Statutes, and is considered a felony. The statutes considers a crime to be aggravated battery if the following factors and scenarios are true: The alleged offender’s actions caused great bodily injuries or permanent disfigurement…