Denver Divorce Matters Services
Alimony – called “spousal maintenance” in Colorado – is a financial award paid by one spouse to the other following divorce. Spousal maintenance, if it is awarded, is calculated based on the length of the marriage, the health and age of the parties, their current earning capacities, how the marital property was divided, and other factors.
Child support calculations in Colorado family courts are based on strict guidelines with little room for deviation. Factors such as parental income, childcare costs, and the child custody arrangement are all taken into consideration.
Hiring a Colorado Springs divorce lawyer is important if you are heading toward divorce and minor children are involved. At Divorce Matters®, our team can help you pursue your desired child custody arrangement while hopefully minimizing the impact of the divorce on your child or children.
When a married couple in Colorado divorces, state law requires that their marital property be divided equitably. Marital property is essentially anything of value acquired by either spouse during the marriage. The term “equitably” means that marital property must be divided fairly – but not necessarily equally.
The Colorado Springs divorce attorneys at Divorce Matters® are highly skilled at helping victims of domestic or relationship violence seek protection from their abusers. We have a long track recording of obtaining both temporary and permanent restraining orders on behalf of our clients.
One increasingly popular option available to divorcing couples is mediation. It is a form of alternative dispute resolution in which a neutral third-party called a mediator helps a couple reach an agreement on a variety of divorce-related issues. A Colorado Springs divorce lawyer from our firm can represent you during mediation to ensure that your agreement is fair.
Before marriage, many couples decide to enter into a prenuptial agreement. It is a type of contract that spells out how their assets and liabilities will be handled in the event of a subsequent divorce or legal separation. If you think you may need a prenup our experienced attorneys can draft a prenuptial agreement for you.
About this office
Our Divorce Matters® team is committed to helping each of our clients develop a comprehensive divorce strategy and provide the advice they need to practice informed decision-making throughout the divorce process. We are dedicated to protecting the best interests of our clients and specialize in tailoring our services to the unique legal needs of the men and women that we represent.
To thank our service member clients we offer a military discount of 10% off of legal fees. This discount is available to all active duty and retired service members, veterans, and their spouses.