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Under Colorado law, an exaggerated claim is a claim that lacks “substantial justification” and is found to be “frivolous, groundless, or vexatious.” If an individual incurs attorney fees defending a claim that the Court finds to exaggerated, the Court may order the filing party to pay such attorney fees. (See Colorado Revised Statuts § 13-17-102.) Is a claim exaggerated… Read More »
It is very likely that if you are the higher earner in your marriage and the other party does not have access to funds to pay for his or her own attorney, you are more than likely going to need to consider the possibility that the Court will order you to advance funds to opposing… Read More »
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