Family Law

How to Save Money on Your Divorce Lawyer

March 14,2018

We all want to save a buck. And divorce can be expensive. Last week, I wrote about the factors involved in how much a Colorado divorce will cost. Here are some ways that will help you save money on your divorce attorney’s fees: PREPARE FOR YOUR PHONE CALLS. You are charged for every phone call with […]

How Much Will My Colorado Divorce Cost?

March 09,2018

Every person going through a Colorado divorce wants to know how much his or her case will cost if they hire an attorney. Determining the costs at the beginning of a case is difficult, if not impossible. It’s sometimes hard to make even a rough guess because the cost will depend on a number of factors. […]

What you Need to Know about Protection Orders

March 02,2018

The press took a recent interest in protection orders when facts came to light regarding allegations of abuse against White House aide, Rob Porter. Though vehemently denying allegations made by his former wives, a copy of a Virginia protection order filled out by Jennifer Willoughby tends to suggest otherwise. In her statement, Ms. Willoughby claims […]

New Tax Act Brings Changes to the Child Tax Credit

February 23,2018

With 2018 in full swing, there have been tax changes that recently passed that double the amount Colorado families can claim under the Child Tax Credit. In 2018, the previous $1,000 tax credit for each child was increased to $2,000.  The Child Tax Credit applies for each child under the age of 17.  The Act […]

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for You?

February 20,2018

What is “Collaborative Divorce Law”? Collaborative Divorce Law is a process of resolving family law disputes without going to court. Attorneys and clients alike have long recognized the negative impact that litigation has on parties and their children. Studies have shown that the majority of parents going through a separation or divorce are unsatisfied with […]

New Tax Law May Lead to Surge in Divorces

February 16,2018

Benjamin Franklin once quipped that nothing in this world is certain except for death and taxes. No one likes to talk about either, which is similar to divorce. It may not be as inevitable, but according to the U.S. Census Bureau nearly 50 percent of all marriages will end in divorce. In Aspen, the rate […]

eDiscovery: the present & future of litigation

January 03,2018

We specialize in high-stakes disputes and complex litigation. In today’s age, that requires us to be intimately familiar with “e-discovery.” Discovery is a pre-trial phase in a lawsuit where each party obtains evidence/information. Our legal system is based on the search for truth and justice. Discovery is a key component in that system. The process […]

Amy Goscha Appointed to Executive Council of the Colorado Bar Association

August 21,2017

Kalamaya | Goscha partner Amy Goscha has been appointed to the 2017-2018 Executive Council of the Colorado Bar Association. Ms. Goscha will serve as Vice President of the Fifth District on the Executive Council. Ms. Goscha’s work in the Edwards office includes extensive experience in family law. The following is a brief interview with Ms. Goscha published […]

Amy Goscha and Georgina Melbye Presents at the Family Law Institute

August 19,2017

Kalamaya | Goscha attorneys, Amy Goscha and Georgina Melbye, gave a presentation yesterday at the annual Family Law Institute in Vail. They received a number of compliments from some of the best family law lawyers in Colorado. Their presentation was titled, “Modern Law Practice: An Introduction to Discovering and Admitting Electronic Evidence.”

10 Things Learned at ABA/NITA Family Law Advocacy Institute

July 24,2017

A week ago, I was in Boulder for the ABA/NITA Family Law Advocacy Institute. It was an intense program that was extremely rewarding. Each day we worked with faculty members, including judges and prominent family law attorneys from across the country, on a particular skill. One day it was opening statements; the next would be […]

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