We recently discussed how far reaching the impact of a divorce can be. Your credit score is one factor that might be affected for some time after the ink dries on the divorce decree. It is imperative that you take the steps necessary to protect your fresh start when you opt to file for a divorce.
We know that if you are ready for your marriage to end, you might be willing to take whatever you can and just be done with it all. Even though this is a tempting thought, you should take a few moments to think about what this really means.
Instead of just handing everything over to your ex, you need to claim what is your property. Take the time to think about what assets can help you and what debts you will be able to pay. Think about how you can make your new single income life a little bit easier.
The assets that you walk away with are only one of the considerations you might have. If you have children, you have to think about the child custody aspect of the divorce. You have to think about child support. You might even need to address spousal support.
We are here to help answer your questions. We can help you to evaluate possible answers to the issues that are creeping up in the divorce. You don’t have to try to navigate through Colorado laws on your own. We are here to help you find a path that you want to follow so that you can end your marriage in a way that puts you on the best footing to start your new life.