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Women, More Than Men, Initiate Castle Rock Divorces

It would be a fair enough assumption that when it comes to divorce in Castle Rock, filings are split 50-50 between men and women. However, Castle Rock divorce lawyers know that overwhelming, it's the women who want out. In couples with children, the National Center for Health Statistics indicates that in couples with children, women file for divorce more than 75 percent of the time. For coll... Read More

Castle Rock Pre-Nups Rock-Solid, But…

A pre-nuptial agreement in Castle Rock is one way newly married couples can protect themselves and the assets with which they entered the marriage in the unfortunate event of a divorce. These are contractually-binding agreements that are drawn up with the help of a Castle Rock family law attorney.  They can also spell out how much alimony you or your former spouse will receive in the event of... Read More

El Paso County Woman Takes Plea in Child Abuse Case

An El Paso County woman who allegedly abandoned her 3-year-old boy back in January has skirted a conviction on a charge of attempted first-degree murder, in exchange for a guilty plea on a single charge of felony child abuse. Castle Rock felony defense lawyers understand that there are some cases in which there may be little chance of avoiding at least some jail time. However, an experienced at... Read More

Getting Divorced? Watch Your Social Media Posts!

Castle Rock divorce attorneys know that splits are tough, and it can be tempting to vent or seek solace in your virtual community. But use caution: A survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found that 80 percent of divorce lawyers say they've seen an increase in using social media posts as evidence in court. In fact, some estimate that it has become a factor of some significance... Read More

Economy Brightens, Marriages Sour

Castle Rock divorce lawyers are noting an uptick in filings, as many couples who had been putting off separation due to money woes are now beginning to recover. The fact is, financial stability affords us more choices. It's not that divorce is extremely expensive or that it has to be. However, there's no getting around the fact that marriage, in many ways, is a financial boost. You generally... Read More

Officials: Colorado Wildfire Caused by Humans

Officials in Waldo Canyon are reporting that the cause of a devastating fire that burned more than 18,000 acres and destroyed nearly 350 homes was caused by humans. Castle Rock criminal defense lawyers know that this doesn't necessarily mean an arson charge will be filed, as "human-caused" could mean accidental as well. However, even those who may have accidentally sparked a blaze should sec... Read More

Aggravated Robbery Suspect Pleads Guilty

A Highlands Ranch man accused of a home invasion robbery - as well as a string of other felonies - last year has pleaded guilty at his arraignment. Castle Rock criminal defense lawyers understand that although shots were fired, no one was severely hurt, and authorities are saying the crime was drug-related. The defendant, who was just 18 at the time of his arrest, was facing more than a doze... Read More

Castle Rock Man Charged in BUI Death

A Castle Rock man is facing criminal charges in the Sept. 2 death of a grandfather who was boating with his daughter and grandchildren. Our Castle Rock criminal defense attorneys understand that the grandfather died as a result of a boating collision in Nebraska. Although this was an out-of-state incident, Colorado is home to some two dozen rivers and 2,000 lakes and reservoirs. The conseque... Read More

Divorcing Amid Domestic Violence

A violent domestic dispute has led reality star Evelyn Lozada to file for divorce from her pro-football player husband of six weeks, Chad Johnson. Castle Rock divorce lawyers understand that despite Johnson's desperate attempts to win her back after headbutting her and causing her to require stitches, she hasn't budged. He has since gotten a large tattoo of her face on his leg and has publicly st... Read More

Teacher to be Tried on Sex Charges This Month

A former high school English teacher and wrestling coach is set to stand trial this month on sex abuse charges. Castle Rock criminal defense lawyers understand the 33-year-old is accused of maintaining a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student three years ago. He is charged with sexual assault on a child by a person in a position of trust. This is a felony under Colorado Law, and a convi... Read More

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