"Twilight" fans in Fort Collins have likely heard the news that Kristen Stewart was recently caught in a compromising situation with director Rupert Sanders. Now the star of the "Twilight" trilogy has issued a public apology for her indiscretion, stating that she was sorry for the pain and embarrassment she caused everyone involved, especially her beau Robert Pattinson. The real question, though, is whether or not the couple will call it quits.
When your financial situation changes for the worse but you still owe child support, then a child support modification is in order. In Colorado, child support arrangements can be agreed upon by the parents before or during court, but it is up to the non-custodial parent to keep up with the scheduled payments. Otherwise, further litigation could follow, and that means more expenses.
In Colorado and throughout the country, people tend to assume that divorce is easier if children aren't involved. But a recent Huffington Post article poses a question that may be interesting to Fort Collins residents who are going through or considering a divorce. Is the process necessarily easier for couples who don't have kids?
No matter who you are and what your situation is, if you go through a divorce, the process is bound to be painfully difficult. There are potentially complex matters such as the divorce settlement -- which, in most cases, will require decisions from both parties regarding property division and spousal support. But when children are involved, the divorce can be even more trying.
With the rebounding housing market and low interest rates, many people are considering the purchase of a home either as a primary residence or as an investment property. Although the market is rebounding, there are still a substantial amount of foreclosed properties which are coming available. However, there are some issues of which buyers should be aware of when purchasing a foreclosed property in Colorado at a Public Trustee sale.