What do you want your future to look like when the dust settles from your divorce with more than 30 years of experience handling contested and uncontested divorces, I understand that you are dealing with a maze of tough decisions. Choosing the right divorce lawyer to advocate for your best interests doesn’t have to be one of them.
For decades, individuals facing divorce and legal separation have been turning to my law firm for straight answers and skilled representation. I will apply my years of experience, legal skills and focus on integrity to your benefit.
Contact my law office today to arrange a consultation for us to start discussing your legal concerns. Effective lawyer-client relationships are built on trust. You will find a welcoming smile, a professional atmosphere and commitment to helping you navigate through these crossroads as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
Experience That Counts
I have extensive experience focusing on all aspects of Colorado matrimonial law, including the following.
- Divorce, amicable and acrimonious disputes
- Legal Separation
- Collaborative divorce and mediation
- Cohabitation agreements
- Spousal support, temporary and long-term maintence
- Equitable distribution of marital assets and commingled assets
- High net worth divorce and complex property issues
- Business valuation and professional practices
- Distribution of pensions, IRAs and 401(k)
- Division of debts
- Hidden assets, overseas assets and tax shelters
- Real estate and jumbo mortgages
- Delayed compensation income, investment accounts and stocks and bonds
- Trusts and inheritance assets
- Litigating prenuptial agreements
Child Custody and Child Support-Related Concerns
- Child custody – parenting allocation
- Visitation agreements
- Child support, violations and enforcement
- Parent relocation
- Grandparent issues and extended family concerns
- Out-of-state and international custody
- Parental abduction and Hague Convention concerns
- Child support modifications
- Child custody modifications
Initial Arrangements Can Be a Starting Point for a Divorce or Legal Separation
As you prepare for the future, you and your spouse may have started to live separately. You may have even talked through custody arrangements or split up your accounts as you embark on a new journey independently. Any agreements you and your spouse make can be used as a starting point as you formally pursue a legal separation or divorce.
However, I want you to understand that anything you two agreed to won’t necessarily hold up when you get divorced. A judge will use a fresh lens to ensure all the details are appropriately covered. While establishing a temporary arrangement can be effective, I want you to be left with no surprises knowing any arrangement you reach could be modified.