Michael Wilmore

Discovery During Divorce: Rule 16.2 & You

August 09,2020

When you first file for divorce in Colorado you may get an order from the Court telling you that “Rule 16.2 Disclosures” or “Mandatory Disclosures” are due in 6 weeks. But what does all this discussion about disclosures mean? What information do you have to produce? What does the other side have to disclose? What […]

Automatic Temporary Injunctions During a Divorce: What can you do?

May 12,2020

When you file a divorce in Colorado, the court issues an Automatic Temporary Injunction. Under Colorado Revised Statute § 14-10-107(b)(I), when a petitioner and co-petitioner file for divorce, or when a respondent gets served with the divorce filing, the Automatic Injunction goes into effect. Colorado Revised Statute § 14-10-107(b)(I) lays out the language of the […]

Can I Modify Child Support Because of COVID-19?

April 10,2020

COVID-19 is causing many changes in our society. Unfortunately, many people are now finding themselves out of work and without a steady paycheck. If you have lost your job or had your pay cut due to COVID-19, what should you do about your child support payments? Changes to Child Support Payments When the court sets […]

Ryan Kalamaya Moderates Virtual Town Hall on Coronavirus with Judges in the 5th Judicial District

April 02,2020

Ryan Kalamaya moderated a virtual town hall, which was hosted by the Continental Divide Bar Association, focusing on issues with the court system and COVID-19. The town hall featured Chief Judge Mark Thompson, Judge Catherine Cheroutes, Judge Paul Dunkelman, Judge Reed Owens, and Family Court Facilitator Laurie Mactavish all of the 5th Judicial District. The Courts are Open for […]

COVID-19, Social Distancing, and Parenting Time: How to Share Child Visitation During a Pandemic?

March 26,2020

In a time where many of us are working remotely for the first time, stocking up on necessities, and not leaving our homes, how should you handle a shared parenting time schedule where your child lives in two different households? This is uncharted territory for courts, attorneys, and parents. Colorado’s “Shelter in Place” Order On […]

Ryan Kalamaya Interviewed by Aspen Daily News

March 11,2020

Ryan Kalamaya spoke to the Aspen Daily News about people who fall between the cracks in the criminal justice system. In Colorado, a person qualifies for a free attorney, provided by the Office of the State Public Defender, only if that person falls below a certain income level. However, many people charged with crimes in […]