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Invalidating and Challenging Martial Agreements with Jim Bailey |Divorce at Altitude – Ep. 3

March 05,2021

You’ve seen it in the news… Dr. Dre ripped up his prenuptial agreement and his ex-wife is claiming he owes her $2 million in spousal support each month. So, what actually happens when a prenup needs to be enforced? What do attorneys look for to determine the validity of a prenup?

Premarital Agreements | Divorce at Altitude Podcast – Ep. 2

February 26,2021

In Episode 2 of Divorce at Altitude, Ryan Kalamaya and Amy Goscha discuss the history of prenuptial agreements and how dowries have evolved into modern prenups, and current trends of reasons why couples are getting them today.

Eric Wolff’s Divorce Story

February 23,2021

Eric Wolff opens the door to his car, climbs inside, and tosses his iPhone on the passenger seat. A Starbucks cup is still sitting in the cup holder. His wife, Melanie, left it there when she borrowed his car. Hers was in the shop, because she backed into another car in a parking lot. The […]

Episode 1: Who We Are

February 19,2021

In episode one of Divorce at Altitude, Ryan shares the story of Eric Wolff and his divorce experience that resonates with many individuals going through or thinking about divorce.  Amy shares her journey of becoming a divorce lawyer and how her experience working in a juvenile center and clerking for a family law judge helped […]

Divorce at Altitude: A Podcast on Colorado Family Law by Ryan Kalamaya & Amy Goscha

February 18,2021

Ryan Kalamaya and Amy Goscha are the founding partners of an innovative and ambitious law firm that pushes the boundaries to discover new frontiers in family law, personal injuries, and criminal defense in Colorado. In this episode, Ryan and Amy introduce Divorce at Altitude: A Podcast on Colorado Family Law. Each week, they will provide tips and […]

Joint or Retained Expert? How to decide what type of expert should value a business in a divorce

June 08,2020

Dividing property in a divorce often involves bringing in third-party experts to value complex assets. One of the more complicated assets to value is a business. Because business valuations can swing the amount of the marital estate hundreds of thousands of dollars in one way versus another, it is crucial to consider the implications of choosing a third-party expert.

Capacity Issues in Divorce

December 22,2019

Adult parties to a marriage generally have the capacity to bring or defend the action in their own name without the appointment of any guardian or other representative.  However, there are instances in a divorce action where a parties’ capacity is called into question and there needs to be an appointment of a guardian or […]

Overview of Various Allocation of Parental Responsibility Experts

September 27,2019

Child’s Legal Representative (CLR) A Child’s Legal Representative (CLR) is an attorney appointed pursuant to C.R.S. 14-10-116 to represent the best interests of the child.  The key concept here is that the lawyer does not represent the child, but the child’s “best interests.”  The CLR is not a mouthpiece to parrot the child’s wishes. The […]

Motions to Restrict Parenting Time

April 11,2019

In Colorado, a motion to restrict parenting time may be filed to restrict parenting time or parental contact pursuant to C.R.S. 14-10-129(4). Such motions can be filed when (1) a parenting time order already exists, and (2) prior to the entry of orders as a motion to restrict parental contact. For example, a motion to […]

Valuing Trust Interests in Divorce

March 14,2019

Many individuals believe that if they put property in a trust, it will protect them from the other spouse getting to the property in a divorce. This overall generalization is false. In Colorado, the proper analysis to determine whether a beneficiary spouse’s interest in a trust is subject to equitable division, there has to be […]

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