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How Does Colorado Calculate Child Support?

Divorced parents and co-parents have unique challenges. It is difficult to raise a child in two separate homes, and there are many factors to consider. Child support is one of…

What Is the Collaborative Process in a Denver Divorce?

If you are facing a divorce in Denver, CO, you must understand your options. All divorces are different, and there are several ways you can approach the situation. Though many…

Latinx Heritage Month

Woody Law is proud to celebrate the history, culture, and contributions of Latinx communities in the United States. Brief History The Latinx community’s history since the United States was established…

Evictions in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Colorado’s “Safer-at-Home” Order, which went into effect on April 27, 2020, provides that non-critical businesses may reopen with some restrictions – but individuals are still strongly encouraged to stay home…

Custody and Co-Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

States across the country, including Colorado, are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by issuing orders that require individuals – except in certain situations – to stay at home. Colorado’s “Stay-at-Home”…

Interview with Dr. Kristen Hick and Danaé Woody on Therapy During COVID-19

Danaé had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Kristen Hick, Director of the Center for Shared Insight, PC about the many new therapeutic questions and concerns resulting from the challenges…

Divorce in the Digital Age

Many people are quick to share intimate details of their life with their hundreds of friends or followers on social media. However, if you are involved in a divorce or…

Mediation: What is it, and Why?

By Jake M. Lustig “I told you this was a bad idea.”  “You know what, Ken? A bad idea would be to let your client walk outta here today and…

Divorce Trends in 2017

Approximately 50 percent of marriages in the United States and other developed nations end in divorce. The U.S. Census Bureau divorce statistics from 2012 are as follows for first, second,…

What in the World is Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative divorce is a private, voluntary, non-adversarial, and contractual agreement to resolve a dissolution of marriage without involving the courts. Think of collaborative divorce as long-term mediation and settlement discussions.…

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