discovery

Discovery During Divorce: Rule 16.2 & You Part 2

October 02,2020

Part 2 of our series on Rule 16.2. Find out what happens after mandatory disclosures.

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 […]

Thinking of Getting a Divorce? Here’s What You Need to Know.

October 15,2018

Studies have shown that the experience of separation and divorce are so traumatic as to rank second only to the death of a close loved one in terms of emotional turmoil, pain, and stress. Not only is divorce accompanied by feelings of guilt, rejection, embarrassment, and anger, but the process also causes fear and uncertainty […]

What Happens at a Deposition

March 30,2018

In any Colorado divorce or personal injury case, the opposing lawyer has a right to take a “deposition.” This means that you will be put under oath, just as you would be in court, and the other attorney will ask questions relating to the divorce or personal injury claim. In nearly all personal injury cases […]