Friendly Divorce Guidebook for Colorado by M. Arden Hauer
How to Plan, Negotiate and File Your Divorce, 7th Edition

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Friendly Divorce Guidebook for Colorado is a great how-to guide for people who want a fair divorce-without all the hurt, animosity, and misconceptions usually associated with divorce proceedings. Refer to it again and again as your financial picture or your parental responsibilities change. This book will help you through the decision-making process, the legal system, negotiations, separation, finances, paperwork, parenting plans, and dealing with homes and taxes. This complete guide has the most current Colorado court forms with line-by-line instructions. The companion CD contains fillable forms needed for filing a divorce proceeding. The Friendly Divorce Guidebook for Colorado is also a popular reference for attorneys, mediators, and court personnel who are helping clients understand the divorce process. The Seventh Edition includes these helpful new features: An explanation of Colorado's court case management procedure, which helps move your case through the court. A financial statement on the CD that calculates your income, expenses, and debts. The latest IRS tax information-filing brackets, capital gains figures, child care credit tables, and information on how you can use tax planning to your advantage. Information for unmarried domestic partners who need to understand their legal relationship and rights, and how to arrange child support upon separation.
 

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Published May 31, 2005 by Bradford Pub Co. 396 pages
Genres: Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction