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To retain or not to retain?

To retain or not to retain? The pros and cons of representing yourself in a divorce, child custody matter, or other domestic relations cases. This is a common question that we hear from potential clients. Unfortunately, there is not a one size fits all answer. Rather, it generally depends on the complexity of the case, the personalities involved, and the […]

Heard Depp?

He has perhaps one of the most widely recognized names in Hollywood. An extremely versatile and delightfully eccentric actor, Johnny Depp is probably most well-known for his roles as Benny, Willy Wonka, and especially Captain Jack Sparrow. Depp has been decorated with numerous awards and enjoys international fame. She is an actress on the rise. […]

Immigration and Domestic Court

Immigration has been a frequent and heavily debated topic in the recent presidential campaigns. What is interesting is that, more often than might be anticipated, immigration may be motivated by the desire for sanctuary from threats in the home country. In those cases, due to the desperation motivating such an effort at escape, many immigrants […]

Midlife Crisis

An individual’s midlife crisis and/or extramarital affair draws attention and often scorn from individuals in our society, spreading like wildfire through gossip circles. “How could he do that to the children?” or “What was she thinking?” Aghast that someone could shirk the loyalties and responsibilities associated with spouse and family, there is often a reaffirmation that it […]

Trusts In A Divorce Case

By Kyle McFarlane You may have lived with a spouse who is part of a wealthy family, and you enjoy a certain lifestyle because of that. But when you get divorced, the court is only able to divide the marital assets—separate property is set aside to the spouse who owns it, and some things, like […]

To Separate or to Divorce? Why is it a question?

When you meet with your lawyer for the first time to discuss initiating proceedings to start the process of leaving your marriage as you have known it for some time, your discussion may very well begin with the question: Do you want to get a divorce, or a legal separation? A lot of clients wonder […]

Am I Married?

By Heather Broxterman, Shareholder at Broxterman Alicks McFarlane PC One of the more interesting questions we get here at BAM is “am I married?” To be clear, Colorado is one of only nine states in the U.S. that does allow common law marriage. However, there are a lot of myths out there as to how […]

Gwen Stefani’s Divorce

Gwen Stefani’s Divorce, iCloud and cheating News broke late last week that Gwen Stefani discovered husband Gavin Rossdale was cheating as a result of an “iCloud sync.”  The incident has become all too common: one person’s cell phone syncs with a family computer or iPad, leading the other to discover explicit communications with someone else.  […]

Football and Domestic Violence

Paralegal’s Perspective (by Frances Butler) The professional football season is an exciting time of year for both fans and non-fans alike. Sunday, Monday and Thursday night games can be highly anticipated events with family and friends coming together over food, drinks, and most importantly, the sport. Ties to teams are strong, based on legacy, geography, […]