Colorado Springs Criminal Defense Blog

Colorado Springs criminal defense lawyer Bryson Perkins is dedicated to defending men and women throughout Colorado Springs and nearby areas. This blog offers information you need to know if you are facing Colorado misdemeanor or felony charges.

If you’re thinking about divorce, think back to your wedding. Even the smallest and most modest of weddings involves some degree of careful planning before the big day. Practical and financial arrangements need to be made, paperwork needs to be filled out, and friends and family need to be leaned...
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How long does a divorce take in Colorado? That depends on a number of factors. Here's a quick video to give you the basics.

When a marriage is not working, when a couple decides that being together or living together is no longer realistic or advisable, divorce is not the only recourse for changing the legal status of the relationship. For many Colorado couples, legal separation is an attractive alternative to a full...
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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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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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As a Colorado Springs family law attorney, my goal is to help parents reach their own agreements as to custody, visitation, and other matters relating to how they will raise their child after their marriage ends. When it comes to child support, however, Colorado law sets forth specific...

The agreements and final divorce decree that lay out the respective rights and obligations of spouses are based on the circumstances that exist at that time. This includes the determination of child support. But life moves forward after the ink dries on your divorce papers, and the world as it was...
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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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