Tag Archives: divorce

Facebook, Infidelity, and Court

An interesting article appeared in SmartMoney today, entitled “Does Facebook Wreck Marriages? This short article examines whether social media–and Facebook in particular–put marriages at risk of affairs. Author Quentin Fottrell identifies three dangers. First, users who would otherwise remain faithful … Continue reading

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Calculating Child Support

How much child support will I have to pay? How much child support will my ex-spouse have to pay? These are common questions that need to be answered so that you can prepare for the future after divorce or separation. The calculation of child support is complicated. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you consult an attorney to make sure that you do not shortchange yourself. Continue reading

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Now Serving Teller County!

The Law Office of Kirk Garner is pleased to announce that we have opened an office in Woodland Park, to better serve clients in Teller County. The office is located on the second floor of the Pikes Peak Credit Union, … Continue reading

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Divorced with Kids: Tips for Back to School

It is that time of year again: teachers are decorating their classrooms, parents are shopping for school supplies, and students are enjoying the last few days of summer vacation.  The new school year is about to start.  What are you … Continue reading

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July’s Post of the Month: Testifying in Court

[The following article was originally published on July 22, 2011, and was the most viewed post that month.] It can be a scary and intimidating experience to testify in court. Most people don’t have to testify in court very often. … Continue reading

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Uncontested Divorce vs. Contested Divorce

When a prospective client calls to discuss a divorce, one of the first questions I ask is whether the case is contested or uncontested.  This is especially true when people want to know how much I charge for divorce.  Uncontested … Continue reading

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Testifying in Court

It can be a scary and intimidating experience to testify in court.  Most people don’t have to testify in court very often.  It is okay to be nervous.  Most people are nervous when they testify. To some extent, testifying in … Continue reading

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Advice for Parents in the Military

Active military duty is hard on families.  Too often, marriages are a casualty of war.  When our servicemen are deployed for long periods of time, it is not uncommon for husbands and wives to grow apart.  Even when marriages survive, … Continue reading

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Flat Fee Divorce: Know Exactly How Much Your Divorce Will Cost at the Front End!

Divorces can be incredibly expensive.  Most divorce lawyers charge by the hour, and rates range between $200 to $400 per hour, or more!  This means that for a short phone call to your attorney, you will be charged $50, $60, … Continue reading

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Keep a Visitation Journal or Calendar!

Honore: We met at nine Mamita: We met at eight Honore: I was on time Mamita: No, you were late Honore: Ah, yes, I remember it well. We dined with friends Mamita: We dined alone Honore: A tenor sang Mamita: … Continue reading

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