An Overview of Colorado Divorce & Family Court Filing Fees

June 30, 2015

Resolving a family legal issue in court will require that, among other things, you pay the filing fees to initiate your case. In fact, even if you don’t initiate the case but you need to respond to the filing, you will still have to pay the required filing fees in…
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How to Respond after Being Served with Divorce Papers

June 25, 2015

If your spouse files for divorce, (s)he will have to make sure that you are served with a copy of the divorce papers so that you: Are aware of the proceedings Have an opportunity to respond to (or answer) the complaint. Your response will effectively tell the court that you…
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What to Bring to Your First Meeting with a Divorce Lawyer

June 20, 2015

When you’ve decided it’s time to talk to an attorney and proceed with a divorce, one of the first steps you’ll take will be meeting with that attorney for an initial consult to get your case started. While, of course, you don’t have to prepare anything for this meeting, if…
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3 Things the NHTSA Is Doing Now to Improve Public Safety on the Roads

June 15, 2015

Officials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) are focused on preventing traffic accidents and making the roads as safe as possible for drivers and all travelers. While the NHTSA works on achieving these goals in various ways, currently, there are a few groundbreaking projects the Administration is working…
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6 Essential Pedestrian Safety Tips for Summer

June 10, 2015

Are you ready to get outdoors and start enjoying the summer weather? Or do you have children who have just finished up a school year and will be out and about enjoying their summer vacation? If so, then you should be aware that: Summertime is the season that the most…
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A Look at the Dangers of Slip, Trip & Fall Accidents

June 3, 2015

Slip, trip & fall accidents are one of the leading causes of fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While these accidents are often preventable, when they do occur, they can have profound physical, psychological and financial impacts on injured…
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