Family Law

Divorce Property Division: The Basics

December 02,2020

Getting a divorce? Who gets the home, savings, and more? Learn the basics about divorce property division in this helpful article.

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.

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.

Access to Justice During the Coronavirus

April 16,2020

Amy Goscha, a founding partner of Kalamaya | Goscha has been appointed as co-chair of the Fifth Judicial District Access to Justice Committee which includes Eagle, Summit, Lake, and Clear Creek counties.  The Colorado Access to Justice Commission The Colorado Access to Justice Commission is an independent entity formed in 2003 with the support of […]

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 […]

Kalamaya | Goscha Partners Named 2019 Rising Stars Again

March 15,2019

Kalamaya | Goscha’s founding partners Ryan Kalamaya & Amy Goscha have been selected to the 2019 Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Both partners have been selected as Rising […]

Can a mother move a child away from the father without his permission?

March 01,2019

Change is inevitable. Change is constant. – Benjamin Disraeli How far can you move if you have joint custody? How does a judge decide who gets custody? What happens when a parent wants to move somewhere far away after a divorce? We frequently hear these questions from our clients in Aspen, Edwards, Carbondale and Glenwood […]

Social Media During a Divorce

February 15,2019

Going through divorce is stressful. We often turn to social media as an outlet to voice our opinions, seeking support from friends, or simply to keep up on news. If you are contemplating divorce or in the middle of a divorce, make the following five considerations to avoid as you look through your Facebook, Instagram, […]

Restraining Orders in the Family Law Context  

January 21,2019

Sometimes having a restraining order in place is the only way to keep yourself protected. If you or a loved one is facing a situation in which a restraining order has been issued, it is important that you understand the basic implications behind a restraining order as a legal measure. Restraining Order 101 A restraining […]

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