Divorce Financial Tips

Concealment is the cornerstone of fraud. Fraud can be defined as “any intentional or deliberate act to deprive another of property or money by guile, deception or other unfair means.” The principal types of fraud are the misrepresentation of material facts of the concealment of […]

Divorce and mortgage financing concerns are often a touchy subject. Particularly when one spouse is dependent upon income awarded from the divorce for mortgage qualifying purposes, and also when contingent liabilities are present; such as a jointly held mortgage on the marital home. Having a […]

There are four basic characteristics of HCPs: Preoccupation with blaming others All-or-nothing thinking Unmanaged emotions Extreme behaviors Their behaviors are so habitual that the HCP is in denial of them. While these characteristics seem daunting, it’s not impossible to work with these people for favorable […]

Times are changing. More and more couples are choosing to avoid the litigation system to negotiate their divorce settlements, and even those with attorneys settle out of court 90% of the time. The demand for mediation and Collaborative Divorce has risen steadily in recent years […]

Many divorcing couples don’t have sufficient financial resources to buy a new home during the divorce process. However, those that have good credit and adequate income, purchasing a home during the divorce can be a bumpy ride. Title Issues Colorado law presumes that all property […]