Monthly Archives: October 2017

Holidays and Parenting Time

The holidays are around the corner and that means parenting plans will be enforced.  Hopefully your parenting plan has properly accommodated the upcoming holidays. Sometimes holidays can be horrifically contentious so here are some tips from our firm to make the holidays great! 1. Have a game plan. Having a parenting […]

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How are Soft Tissue Injuries Diagnosed?

Soft tissue injuries (e.g., whiplash, sprains, strains, and tears) are very commonly the result of automobile accidents. However, because soft tissue injuries involve damage to discs, muscles, ligaments, and tendons, they can be difficult to spot and diagnose. Here are some common tools treatment providers can use to diagnose soft […]

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Checklist for your divorce consultation

A few years ago, I had a potential client come into my office for a divorce consultation. After we finished, she explained to me that she had five more consultations scheduled with other family law lawyers in town. About two weeks later, she came back to my office and hired […]

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Can a divorce happen outside the courts?

As a Family Law Lawyer in Colorado Springs, I handle many cases including divorce, child custody and modification cases. A common goal of many clients is trying to figure ways to keep their case out of the courts. However, a divorce cannot be finalized and official without the courts being […]

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How are Auto Accident Settlements Calculated?

Many people ask how an auto accident settlement is calculated. There are many factors that go into determining the value of your auto accident injury claim; this article discusses the most common factors. Medical Expenses In most accidents, the medical expenses are the driving force of your claim. Included in […]

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What is a Separation Agreement?

A separation agreement is a great mechanism in any divorce case. Not only does it outline the rules of the divorce, it means you and your former partner came to an agreement about the rules. Normally, if a Separation Agreement is made, that means parties stay out of Court. A […]

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How Do I Pay for Personal Injury Treatment?

When you have been injured by the carelessness or negligence of another, you will need medical treatment. There are a number of ways to pay for such treatment, and each has its advantages and disadvantages. Subrogation and Reimbursement Rights In analyzing your options, it is important to understand the concept […]

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Can a child determine child custody?

Determining child custody can be an emotional process. Unfortunately determining child custody takes some time and consideration. A common question asked is whether or not the child can have a say in his or her own child custody. The short answer is no. Colorado Courts heavily tend to stay away […]

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