Marriage And Divorce
If you are filing for divorce, you are likely concerned about numerous aspects of the legal process. Whether you have questions regarding the time frame or the process of property division, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced divorce attorney as soon as possible.
At Front Range Family Law, it is our goal to move our clients toward a successful resolution with as little animosity as possible. Even though Colorado is a no-fault state, the process for divorce can be rather lengthy. We will attempt to resolve as many disputes as possible through neutral third-party mediation. If a compromise cannot be reached, however, we are fully confident in our ability to represent you in court.
- Financial support: There are numerous complications when it comes to child support and spousal support in a divorce, and failure to pay child support will bring legal consequences. Our lawyers can help you navigate these complications to protect your interests.
- Fathers’ rights and mothers’ rights: Both fathers and mothers have rights in divorce proceedings. We will protect your rights and fight to get you the outcome you need.
- Division of assets and debts: When it comes time for dividing the property, assets and debts, it is important to work with an experienced team, especially in high-asset divorces. We have a wealth of experience in business valuations and distinguishing marital property from separate property. We can help you through the process.
Our attorneys can help you through every aspect of your divorce, from the explicitly legal considerations to basic advice regarding how to avoid problems with inappropriate use of social media during the divorce.
If you are considering divorce or you have been served divorce papers from your spouse, it is important to protect your best interests by working with a skilled attorney. Our firm is well-prepared to handle contested divorce, uncontested divorce or military divorce.
Spousal Maintenance In Colorado
Spousal maintenance – also referred to as spousal support or alimony – is the notion that the more financially independent spouse will pay a certain amount to the less financially independent spouse following a divorce. Many factors such as earning potential and duration of marriage can be examined to determine a fair maintenance amount. It is important to remember that the maintenance laws in Colorado changed effective Jan. 1, 2014, impacting couples with combined incomes of less than $240,000 per year. If you have questions or concerns regarding alimony, we strongly encourage you to discuss the matter with a lawyer as soon as possible.
Contact Front Range Family Law To Discuss Your Family Law Needs
If you have questions regarding divorce, schedule a free consultation at the Wheat Ridge office of Front Range Family Law. We can be reached by phone at 303-416-8505 or through our online contact form. Our office is easily accessible at Interstate 70 and 38th Avenue.
We will get through this.