The Colorado Court of Appeals made multiple rulings this week in cases connected to a presentence report, economic loss rule and lis pendens.
The program hopes to increase access to justice in family law cases where 73% of Colorado litigants are self-represented.
The Colorado Supreme Court will clarify if trial courts can step in as tiebreakers when ex-spouses can’t agree on parenting decisions.
The Court of Appeals on July 22 ruled in People v. Counterman, People v. Barajas, People in Interest of N.D.O. and others.
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The Court of Appeals on July 15 ruled in Marriage of Young, deciding a magistrate needed to reconsider whether one party was voluntarily underemployed.
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