Easing into Fall

The weather today sure was nice and cool, wasn’t it?  It also means we’re headed fully into fall.  The children are back into the school routine, and their activities are getting back into full swing.  It can be a very busy time for children and parents...

Colorado Exemptions Updated July 2015

Changes to Colorado’s statutes regarding exempt property took effect on July 1, 2015. While many of these changes help to protect debtors by reflecting inflation in property values, other changes create restrictions as to how these exemptions may be used. The...

Delayed Decision Disorder?

I got this article from Smead.  Delayed Decision Disorder.  They are talking about the impact on business, which is substantial. I suspect most of these people suffer similar consequences at home.  It’s easy for parents to notice the time wasted when the kids...

Wondering what your options are?

It seems like finances are always tight.  You’re just finally starting to feel like you might recover from summer vacations, camp for the kids, and buying all those new school clothes and supplies.  No rest though; they’re already reminding your kids that...

Protecting Child Support from Creditor Hands

Children’s interests are always entangled in divorce cases.  While the focus is usually on parenting-time and decision-making, the division of financial responsibilities between the parents is also a concern.  This includes child support. Colorado wants to make it as...