When it comes to divorce, it’s hard to overstate just how challenging of an experience it can be. Of course, no one expects their marriage to end in divorce; and, when it does, many of us suffer from a prolonged kind of shock. As difficult as it is, it’s important to move forward and begin pursuing a resolution. Particularly if children are involved, bringing the conflict of legal separation to a close as soon as possible is generally in the best interest of all parties. Finding the right Denver Divorce Lawyer can be challenging, but we believe we are the right fit.
Denver, Colorado Practice Areas
Nobody goes into a marriage anticipating that it will end in divorce, but when it does, the resulting conflict is often confusing, frustrating, and painful – especially when there are children involved. At Divorce in Colorado, we focus on helping you get to a satisfactory resolution of all the essential issues while keeping what is best for the children as our top priority.
With extensive courtroom experience, collaborative law training, and completing mediation training through the Colorado Bar Association with Judith Mares Dixon in 2007, many clients choose Divorce in Colorado to work as a neutral with the parties to resolve their divorce and family law related issues through mediation.
Some choose to mediate before hiring attorneys to determine if lawyers will need to advise the clients separately regarding their respective interests. With an exceptional reputation in the legal community, many clients with counsel choose Divorce in Colorado to meditate or participate in settlement conferences to assist with divorce resolution for the parties.
We encourage parents to first design the best parenting plan for their child before worrying about child support. The misconception that a parent should fight for more overnights with their children to limit the amount they pay in support is often a problem. Whether you pay the most available parent or pay to have your children with you, the cost of having kids before and after divorce is a financial reality.
While the list of “income” is long and detailed, many of our client’s combined annual gross income exceeds the State guidelines of $360,000. This means the calculation for child support may be such that the conversation becomes about what the child’s needs are and what is a reasonable amount for each parent to contribute to support the child.
Should the issue go to trial, the judge will have the discretion to order the child support when the gross income exceeds the child support guidelines.
Divorce In Colorado works with families throughout Colorado, and quite often, one parent is unable to remain in the area after Divorce.
You may need to negotiate your parenting plan with parents living in different States or modify a parenting plan after you decide to move. Divorce In Colorado can help you determine and negotiate a parenting plan that will serve the best interests of your children and let you live in the place best for you! Divorce in Colorado has the expertise in all the family law needs to represent your family.
If changes to court orders are needed after divorce, our team can help you!
Did you enter court orders that are not working for your family? Did you try to do your divorce – fill out some paperwork- and realize you should have talked to a lawyer?
You may need to change:
If a spouse ever decides not to disclose assets during a divorce is a good idea; know that Colorado law has a 5-year look back, and you may be able to re-open your divorce for reallocation of assets if necessary.
Divorce In Colorado will assist you with determining who the father of the child is, negotiating parental rights, and calculating child support. If someone is accusing you of being the father, and you are not sure, nor interested in paying 19 years of support for a child that may not be yours, contact us now to help you.
Too often, divorcing parents attempt to limit, ruin, or prevent the other parent from seeing or being with their children. At Divorce In Colorado, we firmly believe and advocate for the fact that.
If the other parent is wrongfully limiting your parenting time, access to the children, or otherwise not following the court-ordered parenting plan, Divorce In Colorado will help.
Our time to parent is so brief! Don’t waste your time or your children’s through expensive custody battles and litigation if you don’t have to.
We work with our clients to defend and advocate for their parental rights and the rights of their children to be with and to be loved by them. We have incredible colleagues and mental health professionals to address the real issue before taking legal positions.
Do you think your Divorce may be amicable?
Unified Divorce is the first and premier option for families to hire a FAMILY attorney!
You shouldn’t go to mediation without legal advice or first exchanging proposals for settlement. Mediation should be the last step – not the first. Consider how many professionals you pay to get through a Collaborative Divorce – lawyers, coaches, financial planners, therapists, counselors? Unified Divorce was designed to help clients keep their Dissolution of Marriage private, on their timeline, and open communication with one attorney who does not work for either party – but the family! You got into life together, and you are so better served to get out together!
Divorce in Colorado has worked in the divorce and family law for many years and has the experience you need in a Denver Divorce Lawyer. Our firm focuses on collaborative law, where we try to limit the conflict in the divorce process. Our goal is to put the needs of your children and family first regardless of the challenges involved. For us to achieve this, we walk through all the details of the case with you. You can rest assured that we treat all of our divorce cases individually and believe each case requires special attention. Our team of professionals will do everything we can to help deliver a settlement that allows your family return to normality and move on from the issues and adversity of a divorce.
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