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What Are the Types of Divorces in Colorado?

What Are the Types of Divorces in Colorado? Divorce is a big topic in Colorado Springs, especially when trying to navigate all the questions surrounding the dissolution of your marriage. A divorce or legal separation can occur in several ways.

2021-08-30T22:53:09+00:00August 1st, 2019|

DUI Under 21 in Colorado

Receiving a DUI has its consequences here in Colorado, but receiving an DUI for underage drinking can have a serious impact for the future of the driver. For those under 21, getting a DUI can have varying consequences depending on

2021-06-14T16:25:37+00:00November 9th, 2017|

Colorado Out of State DUI

Getting a DUI in any state is an incredibly frustrating and emotional situation, but when you are visiting Colorado from another state, it will add another level of complexity to the experience. The biggest thing to keep in mind is

2020-12-13T17:33:22+00:00November 7th, 2017|

5 Ways Alcohol Negatively Affects Your Body

Most people are unaware that alcohol affects every part of your body, and not always with excessive use. Alcohol does more to your body than just the initial, “drunk” it gives you, it can really damage your life. The first

2017-08-10T11:28:51+00:00August 10th, 2017|

Breaking Down Shoplifting Charges in Colorado

According to Colorado law, theft is defined as the act of taking property from another with the intent to deprive that person of property. Most often, theft involves taking property from retail establishments, which is known as shoplifting. There are

2017-06-06T10:14:43+00:00June 6th, 2017|

Penalties of Driving Without Insurance in Colorado

Driving without insurance in Colorado can have serious consequences and could often result in the need for a traffic violations lawyer. There is a possibility of a $1,000+ fine, a driver’s license suspension for up to eight months, and even

2017-06-05T12:57:32+00:00June 5th, 2017|

Common Law Marriage in Colorado

  Common-law marriage is established in Colorado when two parties consent to live as husband and wife.  Both parties maintain an open assumption of a marital relationship, which means that both parties present themselves to the public as part of

2021-04-23T20:35:59+00:00May 9th, 2017|
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