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Assuming the home was purchased during the marriage, since Texas is a community property state, it doesn’t matter which spouse made the house payments because the payments were made with community funds. The equity in the house will be divided between the parties, usually a 50-50 property division is presumed, however, if there was faults in the br...
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Jane Mapes
Family LawMay 25, 2023
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In Colorado, child support is determined using guidelines set forth by the state. The guidelines consider both parents' incomes, the number of overnights each parent has with the child, and various other factors like healthcare and daycare costs. If your ex's income decreases, it is possible that the child support payments could change, but it woul...
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Bill Henry
Family LawApr 17, 2023
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If you are experiencing verbal abuse from your husband, there are a number of legal options available to you depending on your specific situation. Some possible legal remedies include: Obtaining a restraining order: If the verbal abuse is accompanied by physical threats or violence, you may be able to obtain a restraining order (also called a prot...
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Bill Henry
Family LawMar 30, 2023
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Given the complexity of your case, I would recommend speaking with a family law attorney. Without more information we cannot answer your question.
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Bill Henry
Family LawDec 25, 2021
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This may be something that you and your roommate can agree to in the form of a contract. One of our experienced civil litigation attorneys can walk you through that process.
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Bill Henry
Family LawNov 1, 2021
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The answer to your question depends on several different factors including your court orders. An experienced family law attorney can review your rights with you. Robinson & Henry offers a free case assessment and one of our attorneys can discuss the matter with you and better answer your questions.
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Bill Henry
Family LawOct 27, 2021
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Generally, a property division cannot be revoked or modified unless there is a finding that conditions exist that justify the reopening of a judgment. An experienced family law attorney can walk you through C.R.C.P. 60 which spells out conditions under which it is justifiable to reopen an agreement or judgment.
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Bill Henry
Family LawOct 4, 2021
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Yes, under C.R.S. § 19-1-117, a grandparent may request visitation (an allocation of parental responsibilities) when the child's parent, who is the child of the grandparent seeking visitation, has passed away. Robinson & Henry has several experienced family law attorneys that can walk you through the process.
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Bill Henry
Family LawSep 30, 2021
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Unfortunately that is not a question that can be answered in this setting. In addition to the items you mentioned, there are several other factors that affect the amount of child support including, but not limited to: the amount of spousal maintenance paid and received by each parent; the amount of child support paid pursuant to court order for chi...
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Bill Henry
Family LawSep 22, 2021
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There are several different ways that a court ruling might be reversed or changed. One can appeal the ruling or file a motion to modify the order. An experienced family law attorney can walk you through both processes and help you determine your likelihood of success.
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Bill Henry
Family LawSep 12, 2021
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