A person facing divorce in Colorado will usually have a lot of questions. Unfortunately, there are no one-size-fits-all answers to many of these questions. The answers will depend on the circumstances for each person.
The asset division process gives rise to many questions. Who will keep the house? Is it better to sell the house and split the proceeds? What about retirement plans?
For parents, divorce raises a host of additional questions. Who will get custody of the children? What visitation rights will the other spouse have? Will the spouse who doesn't get custody be obligated to pay child support and, if so, how much? What if they don't pay on time?
A spouse who stayed at home to raise the kids may worry about how they will get by financially, when they depended heavily on the other spouse's income during the marriage. Is the court likely to award alimony? How much will the other spouse be obligated to pay, and for how long?
At our law firm, we understand the confusion and anxiety many people feel when they first confront the reality of a divorce proceeding. We make it a point to listen to our clients with compassion and understanding. We do our best to provide sound advice tailored to each client's particular needs, and we place an emphasis on advocating aggressively for our clients in court if the need arises.
At our law firm, we represent clients in all kinds of family law matters in the courts of Boulder, Larimer and Weld counties. You can learn more about how our law firm attempts to help Colorado residents by visiting our web page.