Considering Divorce?

Contested divorce

When parties do not agree concerning key issues in a divorce, such as property division, parenting responsibilities, child custody, or child support; the divorce is contested. In these types of divorce cases, spouses are encouraged and frequently are required, to mediate and make their best efforts to reach a mutual agreement. Having an attorney guide you through these settlement discussions can be extremely useful, if not necessary. In many cases, our clients can reach resolutions on contested matters and resolve the case without a hearing. In other cases, however, a hearing on contested issues cannot be avoided due to the level of conflict or strongly opposed positions of the parties. We will guide you through the legal process and potential issues arising from each contested issue if they are brought before a Judge. When negotiations are unsuccessful and parties can not reach an agreement, a Judge will decide and issue orders on the key issues for them.

We're here to help you through this process. Divorce can be complicated, and our goal at Colorado Divorce Attorneys is to advocate for your best interests in a manner intended to achieve the best result. We'll guide you through this process, and explain your options so that you can make intelligent, informed, decisions. We'll prevent surprises by keeping you informed throughout every stage of your case.

Uncontested Divorce

When a couple is in agreement on the major issues of a divorce and willing to resolve issues outside of the court, it is considered uncontested. While divorce can be a tough and challenging process, when your and your spouse or partner are both ready to move on, the process may be smoother. While the divorce may be uncontested, it is important to have a legal professional by your side to ensure your interests and rights are safeguarded. Though your divorce may be amicable and peaceful, there are bound to be some issues that you and your spouse disagree on. We can provide the insight and counsel you need for your case so that you understand the challenges, jargon, and make fully informed decisions best suited to your goals

Divorce can be hard. Let us help you.