How Is Fault Proven In Divorce Cases?

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About Lewis & Matthews

Jennifer Lewis
Jennifer Lewis is the lead attorney and owner of Lewis & Matthews, a dedicated law firm for family law cases in Denver. Our firm is a team of an attorney, two attorneys of counsel, an experienced paralegal, and one financial manager working together to help you with your case.

To learn more about Jennifer Lewis, click her image on the right side.What makes our practice different from other firms is the personal and professional divorce experience of our partners. Jennifer has been through a difficult divorce in her past marriage.

Our 360-degree View

The Lewis & Matthews Office

Leslie, one of our Attorneys of Counsel, admits that she made mistakes by wanting her divorce process to be over as quickly and congenially as possible. She was left to live with the consequences of her bad decisions for the next 20 years.

Looking back, she realizes her decisions would have been different if she had looked at her situation with a 360-degree view. If she had considered what was important to her and her daughter, both for the short- and long-term, she would have made better choices.

This is from where our unique approach comes. Leslie made mistakes, and she wants to prevent every Lewis & Mathews’ client from making the same mistakes she did when she was younger. As such, Jennifer and the rest of our team make it a point to look at your situation with a 360-degree view to help you determine what is truly best for you and your children in the short- and long-term.

The partners and attorneys of Lewis & Matthews have direct experience with divorce and family law, and are experts in the field in more ways than one. These experiences have given us the wisdom, in addition to the knowledge, on how best to advice clients with the cases and situations that they are going through.

We’ll be able to relate to the struggles of people going through a divorce like no other firm can, making us the best people to represent your grievances to the court.

A Team That Genuinely Knows Your Case

The Lewis & Matthews team is unique in its policy of keeping everyone up to date on the latest developments regarding all the cases that they handle. The firm conducts a case management meeting once a week to collectively review every case. This means that clients are confident that whoever they talk to from the team will be able to assist them competently in the event that the lawyer handling their case is unavailable.

Don’t hesitate to contact us for any urgent family law concerns, or to set up a consultation for the filing of a case. Explore the rest of our website as well to get more information regarding the services that we offer.

 

How Is Fault Proven In Divorce Cases?

Colorado is a no-fault state, so the fact that your spouse is having an affair or running up the hill and gambling, really isn’t a factor that the court cares about. The fact that your spouse likes to watch pornography isn’t really a factor unless it...
Read More

What is a CFI as compared to a PRE?

...
Read More

What Is Mediation?

Mediation is a process where the parties try to reach an agreed-upon resolution of their situation with the assistance of a mediator. A mediator is a neutral third party who has been trained in the mediation process. There are a lot of different mediators out there....
Read More

Should Visitation Continue If Child Support Payments Are Not Being Made?

...
Read More