Health Care Costs in Divorce

 Centennial Lawyers,
no Comment.    Jun 26, 2017 | 12:20 pm


When a marriage finds itself at an end, it is time to decide on the terms that will carry you through that marriage to its end, and consider how those terms will affect you beyond the conclusion of the marriage. Walker, Wright & Associates want to help you reach these positive terms without back burnering your health care coverage. Working with a Centennial divorce lawyer from Walker Wright & Associates is working towards success for your family’s health care needs, because knowing upcoming costs is the first step to covering them.   Coverage Countdown For those who are covered by a spouse’s health care plan, you will need to look to the date of the divorce, or sometimes the date of the legal separation, as the end of your coverage. When court-ordered, you may remain on your ex-spouse’s plan - and you will have grounds to petition being removed, if your…

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Joint Custody & Vacations

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no Comment.    Jun 19, 2017 | 11:30 am


As the school year draws to a close or brings a gap in school time for you child, you may be facing the realization that class being in session made sharing custody of your children somewhat more manageable. With summer break approaching quickly, how are you going to deal with joint custody and vacation planning? Do you have another traditional or family-central vacation you want to share with your child? Walker Wright & Associates and our team of Centennial child custody attorneys have answers that could help your family to find the adventure and relaxation you deserve this vacation season.   Lose the ego Children have to be the focus of child custody planning, even when it is easy to remain concerned with the problems that led to the divorce. Sharing custody affects your child the most, and establishing visitation that allows your children regular time with both parents is often…

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Summer Parenting Tips

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no Comment.    Jun 12, 2017 | 7:50 pm


The heatwave of summer can bring a lot of changes with it. Spending family time making memories and taking vacations can be quite a different task to tackle when parents with children separate and want to plan for the long break. Separated or not, all parents take on an extra challenges when school is out, but you can turn this summer vacation into smooth sailing. We know your family may need a roadmap for summer parenting, so our Centennial Family Law Attorneys at Walker Wright & Associates want to offer these helpful tips to navigate your upcoming plans for the most looked forward to months of the year.   Summer is a state of mind Yes, your children look forward to summer all year, but when it arrives it can be difficult to get out of the slump of destressing from the commitments of the busy school year. Taking time to…

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Getting Divorced from a Sociopath

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no Comment.    May 22, 2017 | 2:19 pm


Perhaps without realizing it, we have all likely met a sociopath in our day to day lives. You may have already known, or come to know that you are married to a sociopath. When you decide to end a union with your partner, an antisocial personality disorder can most certainly complicate this dissolution. Our trusted Centennial divorce attorneys warmly extend our experience and our individualized approach to bring you the solutions you need in the most trying circumstances of divorce. This reading offers an initial guide for the decisions ahead of you.   Know your limits. Every divorce has some degree of difficulty, but divorcing a sociopath can take you beyond your wit’s end. Often, those on the outside of a marriage cannot see what really goes on in the relationship, and with a partner who suffers from a personality disorder, this facade can be much more deceptive to outsiders. Knowing…

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Kids in the Courtroom

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no Comment.    May 10, 2017 | 8:19 pm


What to Do and How to Deal As common as it is for children to be brought to the courthouse, families often never receive helpful information to guide their children through an event that is already nerve-wracking enough for adults. At Walker, Wright & Associates, LLP, we would like to use our experience to outline some of what happens in court so your children can be put at ease with you. First, you will want to help the child understand why they will be in court, and how actively they are needed to be involved. You can also help a child who needs to go to the courthouse feel at ease by giving them a basic introduction to what kinds of people will be present in the courtroom. For example, you may help them understand who the judge is by describing their job, how they are like referees in making…

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What is Gray Divorce?

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no Comment.    Apr 19, 2017 | 6:36 pm


No one knows better than you do how time moves forward, and how this progress can bring all kinds of changes with it. If you are considering divorce after more than 20 years of marriage, or if you are over 50 and seeking divorce, you are not alone. In fact, this increasingly common trend is now being called Gray Divorce. Many couples feel extreme pressures from all sides when they have to work through a divorce, but couples further along in their lives often face multiplied stresses in the relationship arena. Learning about Gray Divorce may help you understand how to respond to the changes coming on in your own life. With over 40 years of expert Family Law practice, a Centennial Divorce Attorney can be the ally you need in navigating this new chapter of your life.   New Directions As one moves along in life, it may come…

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Divorce Tips for Dads

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no Comment.    Mar 19, 2017 | 2:26 pm


We thank you for making Walker, Wright & Associates LLP a trusted name in Centennial Family Law, and we are proud to offer guidance to our Colorado community in these trying times of legal conflict. When a divorce involves children, there is no limit to the amount of support a family requires, and we are committed to sharing the experience of our Centennial Family Law attorneys when you seek our guidance. If you are a father going through divorce, let this be the beginning of the guidance we can offer to you. Money Matters If you aren’t the one who has been doing the budgeting in the household, it may be time to start getting used to the idea. Sure, you might be all too eager to handle your own expenses and lifestyle, but there are likely many costs coming your way before, during, and after the divorce that you…

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What to Look for When Hiring an Aurora Family Lawyer

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no Comment.    Feb 21, 2017 | 11:42 am


If you’re looking for an Aurora family lawyer, chances are you’re already experiencing a certain level of emotional duress. Any legal conflict can be stressful, but because family law issues hit so close to home, they can be especially sensitive. The intensely personal nature of family legal conflicts merits a selective search for the perfect family law attorney. Read on to learn how to refine your search to find the best Aurora family law practitioner for your legal needs, and how Walker, Wright & Associates can help.   Look for experience that aligns with your specific legal needs. All the experience in the world doesn’t add up to much if that experience isn’t in family law. Find a legal firm that concentrates specifically on the circumstance you’re facing, whether that be divorce, custody conflicts or an upcoming marriage, and don’t be afraid to ask about your attorney’s experience and approach…

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What to Expect When Appealing a Case

no Comment.    Jan 31, 2017 | 11:24 pm


If you’ve recently lost a court case and you believe the decision was made incorrectly or unfairly, you might be able to appeal the decision. Conversely, if your case was successful, your legal opponent might be able to request an appeal. In order to be granted a chance to appeal your case, you must have legal reasoning to support your claims that the case was decided incorrectly. But what is an appeal? Especially if you’re relatively new to court procedure, the process can seem complicated. An appeal is a request for a higher court to evaluate and possibly reverse a lower court’s decision. Be sure to hire a Centennial appeals attorney to assist in compiling, organizing and presenting evidence to an appellate court. This will maximize your chances of a successful outcome, whether you’re the one filing the appeal or being brought back to court. The person making the appeal…

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Child Custody And Divorce

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no Comment.    Dec 23, 2016 | 5:53 pm


Child Custody And Divorce: What Are The Deciding Factors? Child custody matters are one of the most complex and emotional aspects of a divorce. When a child’s well-being is at stake, parents naturally become protective and find it difficult to agree on custody arrangements. If an agreement cannot be made outside of the courtroom, a judge will decide on the matter for you. The Court’s first and only concern is the child’s best interest. There are several factors that help the Court decide on the ideal custody arrangement. The Child’s Wishes If the child is old enough, the judge may take his or her wishes into consideration when determining custody. That does not mean the child’s wishes necessarily weigh heavily on the final decision, but it may be a factor. Age of the Children Judges may take the age of the children into consideration, and there are some that still…

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