Westminster Divorce Attorney: Protecting Your Assets and Interests

If you're going through a divorce in Westminster, Colorado, it's important to find an attorney who can help you navigate the legal process as quickly and smoothly as possible. Divorce can be a difficult and emotional experience, particularly if there are children involved. To ensure that the best interests of your children and family are protected, it's essential to work with an attorney who has the knowledge, experience, and compassion to guide you through the process. Divorce in Colorado is a trusted legal firm that specializes in family law in Westminster, CO. With our help, you can work towards a resolution that is in the best interests of everyone involved.

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Westminster, Colorado

1499 West 120th Avenue, Suite 110
Westminster, Colorado 80234

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Divorce is never something that anyone expects or hopes for when entering a marriage, but when it happens, it can be a confusing, painful, and challenging experience- particularly when there are kids involved. Here at Divorce in Colorado, we are dedicated to guiding you through the process and helping you reach a resolution that is in the best interest of everyone, especially your children. Our top priority is to make sure that the welfare of your children is always put first.

At Divorce in Colorado, we offer a unique blend of courtroom experience, collaborative law training, and mediation expertise to help our clients resolve their divorce and family law related issues. We have completed training through the Colorado Bar Association with Judith Mares Dixon in 2007 and many clients choose us as a neutral party to mediate their disputes. Additionally, some choose to work with us before hiring attorneys, to determine if separate legal representation is necessary. With an outstanding reputation in the legal community, many clients and their counsel choose us to mediate or participate in settlement conferences to help reach a resolution for all parties involved.

At Divorce in Colorado, we believe that a child’s best interests should be at the forefront of any parenting plan and child support discussions. It’s important to note that fighting for more overnights with your children in order to pay less in support is not always the best solution. Having children is a financial reality, regardless of whether you pay the most available parent or pay to have your children with you. We understand that every case is unique and that’s why we work closely with our clients in Westminster, CO to understand their needs and goals.

We also understand that the calculation for child support can be complex, especially when the combined annual gross income exceeds the State guidelines of $360,000. In such cases, 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.

We understand that life after a divorce can be challenging and sometimes, one parent may need to relocate to a different area. Whether you’re looking to move away for new opportunities, or your spouse needs support from family members who live in another state, we can help you navigate the legal process.

If you’re facing a relocation situation, it’s important to negotiate a parenting plan that will serve the best interests of your children. This can be a complex process, especially when dealing with parents living in different states. Our team of experts at Divorce in Colorado, has the knowledge and experience to help you determine and negotiate a parenting plan that will allow you to live in the place that’s best for you and your family. We can also help you modify a parenting plan after you decide to move. We are dedicated to representing and guiding your family through all the family law needs.

We assist families in making changes to court orders established during a divorce. Circumstances may change, and it may become necessary to modify these orders.

If you find that the court orders are not working for your family, or if you realize that you should have consulted a lawyer before filling out paperwork, our team can help. We can help you change child support, maintenance, parenting time, property distribution, missed issues or detailed provisions of your agreement, allocation of tax credits, or property distributions that are not fair and equitable.

It’s important to note that if a spouse decides not to disclose assets during a divorce, Colorado law has a 5-year look back period. This means that a divorce case can be re-opened for reallocation of assets if necessary. Our team can assist you in understanding your options and working towards a fair and equitable resolution.

We have a wealth of experience in dealing with paternity issues, parental rights, and child support calculations. If you are facing accusations of fatherhood and have doubts or reservations about paying child support for a child that may not be yours, our team can provide you with the guidance and support you need. We understand that this can be a tricky and sensitive situation, and we are here to help you navigate the process with ease. We have the knowledge and expertise to help you determine paternity, negotiate parental rights, and calculate child support. Don’t hesitate to contact us for help and support.

When parents divorce, it is not uncommon for one parent to try to limit, restrict or prevent the other parent from spending time with their children. This can be a difficult and emotional experience for both parents and children.

At Divorce in Colorado, we firmly believe that every parent has the right to spend quality time with their children. We advocate for the rights of parents and children in these situations. If you are facing issues with parenting time or access to your children, our team can help.

We work closely with our clients to defend and advocate for their parental rights and the rights of their children. We understand that custody battles and litigation can be expensive and time-consuming, that’s why we work with our clients to address the real issues before taking legal positions.

Are you considering an amicable divorce, but unsure of where to turn? We understand that the thought of hiring attorneys or allowing a judge to make decisions about your family can be daunting. If you’re considering options such as mediation or collaborative law, our team can help.

We offer a unique approach called Unified Divorce, which is the first and premier option for families to hire a family attorney. This approach allows clients to keep their divorce process private, on their own timeline, and with open communication with one attorney who does not work for either party, but for the family as a whole.

Mediation or Collaborative law can be helpful, but it’s important to remember that it should be the last step, not the first. Often, clients end up paying multiple professionals such as lawyers, coaches, financial planners, therapists, and counselors. With Unified Divorce, we provide a one-stop-shop for all your family law needs, which helps you and your family to get through the divorce process together in the best way possible.

About Divorce in Colorado

Navigating the legal system during a divorce can be a difficult and emotional process, particularly when children are involved. With years of experience in family law, we have helped countless families in Westminster, Colorado settle high conflict divorces out of court and achieve custody agreements that prioritize the best interests of their children.

Our top priority is to put the interests of our clients and their families first. We customize our services to meet the unique needs of each family, ensuring that their rights are protected throughout the legal process. Our team of experts are available throughout Colorado to help guide you through this difficult time.

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