Colorado Family Law with Forms

Colorado Family Law with Forms addresses the issues faced by family law practitioners in Colorado, providing an insightful review of statutes and case law.
Publisher: Matthew Bender

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2024 Edition
ISBN: 9781522157847
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Colorado Family Law with Forms is an invaluable resource for family law practitioners in Colorado. The discussions begin with a historical overview of family law in Colorado and expand into the various stages of family law proceedings.

This treatise provides guidance on issues relating to marriage and dissolution, from premarital and marital agreements, through dissolution. It discusses substantive law—parental rights, spousal maintenance, child support, and procedure—from case management, to discovery, expert witnesses, and appeals.

Colorado Family Law with Forms also includes a chapter on family law issues of military veterans and their family members.

Helpful form templates are included at the end of each chapter.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1 Premarital and Marital Agreements

Chapter 2 Dissolution and Family Law Jurisdiction

Chapter 3 Allocation of Parental Rights, Parenting Time and Decision-Making

Chapter 4 Child Relocation

Chapter 5 Property Division

Chapter 6 Spousal Maintenance

Chapter 7 Child Support

Chapter 8 Separation Agreements

Chapter 9 Mediation and Collaborative Law

Chapter 10 Case Management – Starting a Domestic Relations Case

Chapter 11 Discovery and Trial

Chapter 12 Expert Witnesses

Chapter 13 Protection Orders

Chapter 14 Military Veterans and Family Members

Chapter 15 Post-Decree Proceedings

Chapter 16 Lawyer Ethical Obligations

Chapter 17 Magistrate Reviews and Appeals