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Do courts seal divorce records?

When a couple chooses to divorce, especially when the divorce involves significant assets or standing in the community, keeping the matter private is both crucial and complicated. In general, family court documents are public records, meaning that whatever happens in the courtroom is available to anyone who wants to review those public records to find it.

Honest spouses gain the upper hand in divorce proceedings

Colorado law dictates that spouses must honestly report all of their assets, debts, expenses and income during divorce proceedings. However, it's very tempting for a spouse to squirrel a little bit -- or even a lot -- of cash away that they don't reveal during divorce proceedings.

Tips to protect your assets from divorce

Imagine spending years building your wealth, investing in real estate in Denver, Aspen, and other places around the state and country. In addition, you have worked hard to create a strong stock portfolio and maybe even built a company from the ground up. Now, you are on the verge of divorce and you are worried about how it will affect your assets.

Keeping your high-asset divorce private

Divorce is never simple, regardless of who the spouses are or what issues the divorce entails. However, for couples with significant assets, divorce is far more complicated. Not only do these spouses face the difficulty of the divorce itself, they must consider ways to keep their divorce a private matter. As anyone who's gone through this type of ordeal before can tell you, high-asset divorces are always at risk of turning into high-profile controversies.

Knowing your lifestyle is important to your divorce case

Getting a divorce is hard enough without having to think about how it affects your future and lifestyle. As a divorcing woman, it's important that you take time to understand how your standard of living could be affected by divorce. If it's affected severely, it's possible for you to seek alimony and compensation to offset the changes.

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