Tag Archives: Separated

We’re Still Married But We’ve Been Separated for Years. Does that Affect Property Division in My Colorado Divorce?

By: Jessica A. Saldin In most divorce cases, the parties are either still living together when the case begins or have recently separated.  However, it is also not uncommon for parties to have separated several months, or even years, before … Continue reading

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Separated Couple Can’t Agree On How To Satisfy Equalization Payments

There are many considerations a couple must take into account when going through a separation or divorce. One of these is what happens to the matrimonial home. There are typically two options available to a couple. The first is for … Continue reading

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Enjoying the Holidays With Your Children When You are Newly Divorced or Separated

For family law attorneys, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas . . . fights over holiday parenting time.  The holiday season is often a time of stress, and sometimes of sadness, for everyone.  For separating or divorcing parents … Continue reading

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IACHR Issues Precautionary Measures to Protect Separated Immigrant Children

On August 16, 2018, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) issued two resolutions granting precautionary measures to migrant children affected by the Trump administration’s recent family separation policy. The IACHR acknowledged that the United States government is primarily responsible … Continue reading

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In Guatemala, a Tireless Search for Parents Separated From Their Children

Working with the ACLU, human rights defenders look for missing parents in villages and remote regions of the country. When Lesly Tayes, a Guatemala City-based tax lawyer, first saw images of children locked in cages inside immigration detention facilities near … Continue reading

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