Adams County - Aurora
Aurora Divorce Lawyer
Divorce may be one of the hardest things you go through in life, and failing to seek legal assistance from a skilled attorney may make it difficult to obtain post-divorce rights such as child support, custody, spousal support, property distribution, or visitation rights. Struggling through life without having been fairly represented in matters such as who gets the house or the amount of alimony that you have to pay can have long-lasting implications, both emotionally as well as financially. To make sure that your divorce goes as smoothly as possible, and that you are fairly treated in terms of your legal rights and responsibilities afterwards, you need to work with an experienced Aurora, CO divorce attorney. We strongly encourage you to contact the attorneys at Divorce Matters® today to find out what we can do for you.
Working Towards Fair Property Distribution for Our Aurora Clients
Colorado, like most states, is an equitable distribution state, according to the Colorado Bar Association. This means that marital property is divided “fairly,” though not necessarily evenly. Marital property includes everything obtained or purchased during the marriage, such as cars, real estate, bank accounts, and other assets. Nonmarital property is essentially everything else, including gifts, inheritance, and personal injury lawsuit awards given to or earned by one party. When determining equitable distribution, many factors go into the court’s decision, such as the length of the marriage, contributions made by both parties, and much more.
Child Custody and Visitation Rights
Child custody decisions are quite possibly the most stressful part of a divorce for couples with children. We reveal the positive aspects of our clients as parents, and in so doing grant them the child custody or visitation rights that they are seeking. If you are up against a parent who is attempting to gain total legal custody, we can help you successfully show the court that it is in the child’s best interest, as proven in a recent study and reported by Time, that joint custody is actually the least stressful and most comfortable and nurturing situation for your child.
Child Support and Spousal Support
Child support is always a heavily disputed issue, regardless of what side you are on. We help our Aurora clients reach a fair decision whether they are the paying or receiving parent. Similarly, spousal support (alimony) is a vital asset to the lower-earning spouse, though it can also be a financial stressor for the higher-earning spouse. Of course, we aggressively pursue the best interests of our clients in any situation.
Contact an Aurora Divorce Attorney Today
The Aurora attorneys at Divorce Matters® understand how important the next few months of your life are in terms of the court decisions that will shape the years to come. Let us help you with property distribution, child custody, alimony, and child support issues. Contact us today for assistance.
Call Divorce Matters® today at (720) 542-6142 to schedule an appointment with an attorney.
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