The end of a marriage sometimes come with a lot of contention. You might be ready to just have everything over and done with right away, but you do have to go through the entire divorce process if you want the marriage to be over from a legal standpoint.
There are several things that you need to get ready to handle now that the marriage is over. We can help you take a look at your case and offer possible solutions that might make the process a little less stressful. Since not all marriages are the same, it is unrealistic to think that all divorces will be the same. This is why we sometimes have to think outside of the box to resolve these matters.
In almost every divorce, the property division process causes some issues. You might have a list of what you want and your ex might have a list too. When these two lists overlap, you are in for a rough time unless either you and your ex are willing to compromise on these matters.
If you have children together, working out the plan for them can also cause problems. In these cases, you have to think about what is the best for the children and not what you want. It can be difficult to do this but the court will do that if you and your ex can’t come up with the terms together.
During this difficult time, you need to know what rights you have and how Colorado’s laws impact your case. Armed with this knowledge, you can go into each proceeding ready to stand up for yourself. We will be right there help you work toward your goal.