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Colorado District Court Cheat Sheet

To better assist anyone needing to access this information, we have created a Colorado District Court Cheat Sheet (last updated 04.02.2020) indicating all court closures/updates related to the Covid-19 crisis. We hope this is helpful to people. Here is a link to this... read more

Covid-19 Update

Burnham Law is 100% virtual and operational during the Covid-19 crisis. While the ongoing COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) continues to evolve, our top concerns are the well-being of our staff and the community, while ensuring our clients’ cases are being serviced at the... read more

Co-Parenting During Covid-19

As parents, we can find some solace in knowing that children are the least-affected (thus far) by the novel Coronavirus outbreak. Although this is good news, it certainly doesn’t mean we should be free of concern.  The fact is, we don’t know what we don’t know.... read more

Health & Safety Announcement

Friends: We are taking proactive measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community by encouraging Burnham Law employees to work from home. This precautionary measure will last for two weeks, but may be extended depending on the development of the... read more

Top 10 Marriage Counselors in Boulder, CO

Marriage is hard work. Unfortunately, sometimes no matter how hard you work, marriages can fall off track. If that’s the case for you, it’s important to know you’re not alone. It’s even more important to know that just because things aren’t where you want them to be... read more

How are College Expenses Handled in a Colorado Divorce?

Although many assume college expenses are a part of child support obligations, that is not the case in Colorado.  Unless otherwise agreed, Colorado child support obligations terminate when the child reaches the age of emancipation, or nineteen (19) years of... read more

What are the Requirements for Divorce in Colorado?

Like many other U.S. states, Colorado is a no-fault divorce state.  Accordingly, there are several important factors to keep in mind when considering a dissolution of marriage (divorce) action in the state of Colorado.  Because there is no fault... read more