Preparing for the Holiday Season: Work Together

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no Comment.    Oct 17, 2017 | 10:33 pm


We all love the holiday season. However, this period can be a season of abnormal stress, and according to the American Psychological Association, as many as 69% of people are stressed due to a variety of things including lack of money time and pressure to receive or get gifts. Studies have also shown that divorce rates are higher in January compared to any other month of the year, and you are also 5% more likely to get a heart attack during this period than any other time. Not prepared? Don’t worry; the article is just for you. To ensure that you enjoy this festive season, you will need to lower your expectations and spend more time preparing and going with the flow. The following are a few simple steps you can take. Keep or Discard old traditions? Traditions link as to the past, and especially those carefree days when we…

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Great Fall Activities for Kids Near Denver

 Centennial Lawyers,
no Comment.    Oct 10, 2017 | 10:24 pm


Kids can be a very hard bunch to please, but not when you live in Denver, CO, and in case you are wondering how to keep your children busy with activities during fall then, we have compiled a list of interesting places and activities you can get your kids involved in. Denver boasts of a wide variety of kid-friendly activities including interactive museums, aquariums, incredible zoos and wide open parks. These are awesome ways of entertaining these little humans. The Denver Zoo Kids will never have enough of zoos, it doesn’t matter how many times you have been to your local zoo, and they will always want another visit unless of course, they have grown out of it. The Denver Zoo is an exciting place to take any child. The zoo has more than 4,300 animals with the main attraction being the roar of the lions and the swimming elephants…

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What to Look for in a Family Lawyer

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no Comment.    Sep 28, 2017 | 6:48 pm


It’s difficult to know where to turn to when you are faced with a divorce. And whether you are planning to file for divorce or your spouse has already served you with divorce papers, hiring a professional and experienced lawyer can be of great help. There are too many stories of clients wasting time and money trying to find the best divorce lawyer in Colorado, going from one to another, and yet, finding the right family law firm is the key to what could be a faster, less expensive divorce. Find a Family Law Firm that practices Family Law First, you will need to hire an attorney who is competent to take your case and has vast knowledge in divorce. A lot of attorneys practice in more than one area, but they do not always overlap. Therefore, it’s important to hire a lawyer who has enough experience in family law…

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Managing Visitation After a Divorce

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no Comment.    Sep 21, 2017 | 2:42 pm


Divorce is never an easy thing, and especially when children are involved.  This is because they are the most affected party in the divorce. However, there are a few ways that can help visitation go much smoother and ease the transition of switching between parent’s houses. How do I take the Sting out of Visitation? Divorce is very confusing for the kids, therefore, to make it easier, divorced parents will need to collaborate to make the visitation process as comfortable and positive as possible. And while your divorce lawyer cannot help you collaborate with your ex-spouse, they will certainly tell you for free that parents need to show a united front to makes things much easier. Here are a few tips; Children want love and care for the other parent. It will make a big difference if you show enjoyment in the connection your children are having with the other…

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Fathers’ Rights in Child Custody: What to Know

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no Comment.    Sep 14, 2017 | 12:38 pm


Most Dads feel like they get a raw deal when it comes to parental rights, however, today, the law specifies that the courts can not specify gender as factors, this means both the child’s parents have an equal chance of getting custody of their child. From a legal standpoint, both mothers and fathers have the exact claims that offer them an equal chance of obtaining primary custody. In case you are a father who is going through a divorce or custody battle in Colorado, it’s very important that you know how to safeguard both your interests and your children’s. At Walker Wright & Associates, our business is ensuring you get the best out of your custody battle. What are the rights of a Father? As we already stated, fathers have the same rights and claims as the mothers when it comes to child custody. Apart from extreme circumstances, every father…

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Medical Decisions: Immunizations in the New School Year

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no Comment.    Aug 28, 2017 | 10:08 am


The subject of whether or not to vaccinate children has so increasingly become a subject of division in households, that in some cases it may be the cause of a divorce. After the fact of divorce, parents who are divided on the issues of vaccination may need a little extra input on how to go about choosing what is best for the health of their children. Knowing just a few angles of Colorado family law regarding immunization of your children could set you ahead in asking the right questions, and getting the answers you need.   With the new school year beginning mid-August, you may have only a few days left to decide your children’s immunization plan. In terms of Colorado family law, the Colorado Board of Health will require your child be vaccinated in order to be allowed to attend school, and it will be necessary to provide a…

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Marital Debt: Discussing Economic Partnership

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no Comment.    Aug 18, 2017 | 10:01 am


Take it from our expert team at Walker Wright & Associates - marriage is an economic partnership as much as one based on personal terms. When the personal matters in a relationship suffer because of the economic angle, a couple may wish they had only had some simple advice sooner. If a marriage is on the way to dissolving, whether through divorce or legal separation, you may want to review these considerations to give yourself an idea of how you wish to go about protecting the future of your finances, and understanding where your financial focus lies.   Debt is unequaled in its ability to drive a wedge between people in all kinds of relationships. In most marriages, one or the other of the partners usually comes to the table with debt, and sometimes both do. The difference in couples between the amount and kind of debt they may have,…

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Joint Bank Accounts & Child Support

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no Comment.    Aug 09, 2017 | 6:54 pm


Joint Bank Accounts & Child Support   In matters of Family Court, solutions to child support can have quite a bit of flexibility to them, as long as they are agreed upon in writing and approved by the court. One emerging trend in families that divorce and have children is deciding to set up a joint account where the spouse providing support can pay into the joint account, which can then be used for the children’s needs. Managing these accounts with your ex makes it essential to communicate and come to an agreement before discrepancies can arise. Expert Centennial divorce lawyers at Walker Wright & Associates are here to help.   As we all know, sometimes discrepancies do arise. For example, should you, the child support paying partner, need to prove support amounts you have paid, it can be harder to do so when you have a history of depositing…

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Tax Considerations with Divorce

 Centennial Lawyers,
no Comment.    Aug 01, 2017 | 2:34 pm


Making the many critical choices to get through a divorce can tax all of your emotions and relationships, but what about other realities - like the changes to your tax status? When it comes to marital agreements, Walker Wright & Associates offers counseling to help you manage your divorce strategies in a comprehensive way that matches your priorities.   Choosing your filing status “Single” - If you have completed the process and reached a legal decision of divorce before the final day of the calendar year, you may file as “single,” and may not file jointly. Some states do also recognize an official decree of separation signed by a judge as equal to divorce. Some temporary orders, including matters of child custody, may not qualify you to file as “single,” as it varies by state. “Head of household” - In some cases, when the family is not yet legally divorced,…

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Social Media Evidence in Court

 Centennial Lawyers,
no Comment.    Jul 19, 2017 | 10:30 am


As the 21st century brings more and more advanced technology to our fingertips, courtrooms across the country are seeing an increase in the use of technology in legal matters as well. Only recently, a growing number of family law cases have involved the use of social media as key evidence, and the implications can be unclear to those who are perhaps curious about how social media evidence may affect their divorce and custody proceedings. Your most trusted name for a divorce lawyer, Walker Wright & Associates is here to provide important information about this new kind of evidence, and how it may be an asset or hindrance to your family law matters.   The scope of information available through facebook traffic history is quite large, and can be downloaded in a zip file with such information as message history, photos, click records of advertisements, and posts that may be used…

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