Many Colorado residents that are getting divorced are concerned about having to start over on their own. This can cause them to think more about what needs to be done in the near future when it comes to property division. People are more willing to accept cash rather than retirement accounts thinking that they will have more need for the cash.
When Colorado parents are involved in a difficult custody battle, the child or children a the center of the issue are often the ones who are harmed the most. No parent wants to place their child's emotional well-being at risk, but it is easy to get so wrapped up in a bitter child custody dispute that reason and objectivity fall by the wayside. Parents who are able to focus on the needs of their children are far better equipped to navigate custody issues successfully.
The thought of a marriage not working out is something that may never cross the mind of many newlywed Colorado couples. While many couples do end up staying together, there are occasions where relationships aren't working out and a divorce can provide a spouse with a better life going forward. Same-sex couples have many financial considerations to take into account before a marriage or a divorce due to ever-changing state and federal laws.