Divorce rates climbing in rural areas

Divorce is something that affects many people across the country and in Colorado. Now, experts are noticing that the geographic lines between who is getting a divorce and who isn’t are becoming increasingly blurry.

According to an analysis of census data performed by The New York Times, Americans living in rural areas are divorcing at nearly the same rate as those who live in urban areas. Read More

Man chooses jail over making alimony payments

There’s a lot more to divorce than dividing assets, or alimony, or child support. Sometimes the many facets of dissolving a marriage for a Colorado couple become intertwined.

An extreme example occurred recently across the country, in West Virginia. After a man and his wife had been divorced for years, he decided to stop paying alimony. Why? He found out he was not the biological father of their son. Read More