Our mission is to Save Children and Restructure Families.
Divorce is a crossroad between what was and what will be a new family structure.
We work with Clients who don’t want their children involved with the fight and want their children to understand they don’t need to choose between their parents.
Children are aware the relationships and family structure is changing, what they don’t know is how to deal with these changes.
Divorce, especially with children, is not the end, but restructuring of everything important in your life. Your relationship with your children, your finances, your priorities, and a new life.
If you feel the situation couldn’t get worse, or it needs to get better, you can change your life, your future and the future of your family.
Choosing the right attorney is one of the first choices in that positive change. You need a lawyer to explain, counsel and advise you through….
- ALLOCATION OF PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY,
- ASSET PROTECTION & DIVISION
ALLOCATION OF PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES
If you have children and you are choosing to Divorce, these are the important questions.
- Which parent will they live with on a permanent basis?
- How often will they see each parent?
- What choices will best maintain the lifestyle of the children?
- Will the decision-making responsibilities be shared?
- How will you share the holidays with your children?
- Will your Summer plan be different than the school year?
- Do your children have different needs that would be better served
- with different parenting plans for each of them?
- Are there travel or transportation issues to consider?
- Are you will to compromising on parenting time so you don’t need to hire a Child Family Investigator to make recommendations or leave the decision up to the Judge?
Ultimately you are deciding WHAT IS IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF YOUR CHILD.
BLOGS ON PARENTING PLANS AND PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
ASSET PROTECTION and DIVISION
Clients protect their assets with pre-marital or post-marital agreements. In these agreements, the parties share all of their financial information with one another – bank accounts; investments, property owned, involvement in trusts, likely inheritance, debts, company ownership and stocks.
They then agree how the property will be divided if they should divorce at a later date.
There are ways to keep an inheritance, pre-marital assets, and certain properties and interests received during the marriage separately.
While no one gets married planning to divorce, certain assets may be important enough to make sure nothing – even divorce – can leave those assets vulnerable to division and unprotected.
If considerations were missed during the marriage to protect your assets, there are still avenues your attorney can discuss with you in the settlement process to assist you in keeping the assets important to you.
THE FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF DIVORCE BLOGS
Resolution is our #1 GOAL!
I work hard advocating what’s best for you and your family. I do this through……
- The exchange and analysis of comprehensive disclosures in an expedited fashion.
- Constant communication with our clients and opposing counsel.
- Participation in mediation sooner that later for the parties.
- The involvement of other professionals if necessary to identify potential issues, needs and solutions.
- The drafting of comprehensive settlement documents when possible.
You do not need someone telling you what to do, scaring you into paying more than is necessary, to be zealously represented or making decisions for you. You need an experienced attorney, who is professional and helpful and views divorce as SAVING CHILDREN & RESTRUCTURING FAMILIES.
Call 720-722-0776 or Email us with any questions you may have!
**This website is meant as an introduction and explanation of Family Law matters. This information is not meant to be legal advice as each clients situation is unique and special.