If I Get Divorced. Will I Lose My Retirement/ 401K?

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Are There Alternative Options To Divorce?

Well, yes and no. There is a provision for a legal separation. Basically you have to go through the same steps as you do if you’re getting a divorce. You have to fill out the sworn financial statement. You have to try to arrive at a financial settlement and...
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What Happens Post Divorce?

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Can A Child Decide What Parent They Want To Live With?

Well, the answer to that is yes and no. First off, it depends on the age of the child. If the child is under 13 years of age, generally we feel like the child is too young to decide which parent they want to live with. If the child is reasonably mature and generally a...
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Veteran Attorneys that Can Protect You and Your Children

Colorado divorces that involve child custody issues can impact your family for 20 or 30 years. The firm’s founding partners went through painful divorces of their own and have been feeling the ripple effects ever since.

The personal experiences of our founders led them to create pioneering techniques and a unique approach that our Colorado child custody lawyers use to minimize damage.

What Makes Our Colorado Child Custody Services Better?

  1. 360 Degree Approach to Colorado Divorce and Child Custody IssuesWhile most attorneys are too busy to consider anything other than the black and white Colorado child custody laws, our team ensures that every legal, emotional, and financial aspect of your case is woven into a comprehensive strategy. In our experience, this approach is the only way to bring about a truly successful outcome for everyone involved. Read more about our one of a kind approach.
  2. We Know Judges’ TendenciesOur lead partner, who provides input on every case we handle, has specialized in Colorado child custody for over ten years. This experience has given our firm extensive time in front of local family law judges. We know their tendencies and can counsel you on the likely outcomes of various situations before wasting time on loosing strategies.
  3. We Push for Amicable Settlements but Are Ready to Go to Trial if NecessaryOur lead attorneys have spent much of their careers in court. If circumstances leave us no other option, you will be going to court with attorneys that are supremely confident in situations that give other Colorado attorneys sweaty palms.
  4. Our lead attorneys have spent much of their careers in court. If circumstances leave us no other option, you will be going to court with attorneys that are supremely confident in situations that give other Colorado attorneys sweaty palms.Jennifer Lewis, one of the firm’s partners, personally tracks every single case and leads a weekly meeting with everyone in the entire firm—even the receptionist. This level of attention is unheard of in most firms and ensures that impending tasks do not fall through the cracks and deadlines are met as quickly as possible.

Review additional Colorado child custody information by using the links in the upper left corner or Ask our Colorado child custody lawyers a legal question or set up your consultation.

If I Get Divorced. Will I Lose My Retirement/ 401K?

...
Read More

Are There Alternative Options To Divorce?

Well, yes and no. There is a provision for a legal separation. Basically you have to go through the same steps as you do if you’re getting a divorce. You have to fill out the sworn financial statement. You have to try to arrive at a financial settlement and...
Read More

What Happens Post Divorce?

...
Read More

Can A Child Decide What Parent They Want To Live With?

Well, the answer to that is yes and no. First off, it depends on the age of the child. If the child is under 13 years of age, generally we feel like the child is too young to decide which parent they want to live with. If the child is reasonably mature and generally a...
Read More