Colorado Springs Criminal Defense & Divorce Blog

Criminal defense lawyer and divorce attorney Bryson Perkins offers regular tips and guides for the people of Colorado Springs seeking legal console.

Most couples walking down the aisle on their wedding day don’t think they will ever be walking up the steps of a courthouse to file divorce papers. But most couples also know statistics show that marriages can and often do end well before “`til death do us part.” That’s why many Colorado couples...
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Lying, cheating, deception – and the loss of trust that is a product of such things – are all too often the reasons underlying a divorce. Sometimes, the lies and deception don’t end when the marriage does. Even though the parties in a Colorado divorce proceeding are obligated to make full and...
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Divorces involving active duty members of the armed forces are unique in a number of respects. Lengthy deployments, multiple relocations, and a complicated system of compensation and benefits can make the end of a military marriage even more challenging than a divorce between civilians. Navigating...
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Even if you don’t have experience hiring people to work for you, it’s likely you’ve been on a job interview before. When you show up for a job interview, you expect to be peppered with questions about your background and your experience, among other things, as the person sitting across the table...
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Since all divorces are unique and all divorce attorneys are different, it can be difficult to know at the beginning of the process how much your divorce will cost you in legal fees. That said, there are things that every person going through a divorce can do to help keep their legal expenses down....
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You can be married in Colorado without having a ceremony, a reception, a ring, or a marriage license. The state of Colorado remains one of a handful of states that recognize the institution of “common law” marriage. But like other marriages, common law marriages don’t always work out. When that...
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When you’ve made the decision to divorce (or had that decision made for you), you may look back on your decision to get married as a huge mistake. Maybe it was. But here you are now, facing the financial, emotional, practical, and legal challenges of ending your marriage and starting the next...
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No two people are the same. No two marriages are the same. And no two divorces are the same either. While the laws, rules, and procedures that govern Colorado divorces may apply equally to everyone, how each divorce proceeds – whether it is relatively amicable or full of conflict, whether it is...
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