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Family Law

What happens if one party does not participate in the divorce process?

The divorce law in Colorado states that one party, either Husband or Wife, can file for a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. The filing party is known as the Petitioner and the responding party is known as the Respondent. In most family law cases, both the Petitioner and Respondent participate in the divorce case fully. …

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5 Tips on How to Communicate with your Ex in a Family Law Case

At the Springs Law Group, we handle a variety of Family Law matters including divorce with or without children, legal separation, child custody, child support cases, and many others. A constant question among all of these cases is, “How do I talk to the other side?” In this article, we want to provide some useful tips …

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5 Tips on How to Reduce Your Legal Fees in Family Law Matter

At the Springs Law Group, we handle a variety of Family Law matters including divorce with or without children, legal separation, child custody, child support cases, and many others. At the outset of the case, our clients review and sign fee agreements that explain how the billing process works between the client and the law …

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