Colorado Divorce Lawyer
Collaborative Divorce, Legal Separation, and Annulment Laws in Colorado
Ending a marriage can be a difficult and emotional experience. Parties must come to an agreement on how to divide assets and property, who will receive spousal maintenance, and more. If children are involved, additional complicated issues arise regarding the children, including which parent will receive custody of the children, who will pay child support, and other matters concerning their well-being.
Although Colorado is both an equitable distribution state and a no-fault state when it comes to divorce, we strongly advise that you consult with an experienced divorce attorney before you begin divorce proceedings. A knowledgeable divorce lawyer from Feldmann Nagel Margulis will be able to thoroughly review your specific situation and needs, advise you of the legal options and resources available to you, and help you determine the best course of action to pursue.
Types of Divorce
A collaborative divorce is perfect for those couples who are willing and able to collaborate, with each other and their attorneys, to determine the family needs and how to get through the divorce in a healthy and productive manner. Our attorneys will work with you closely to resolve all outstanding issues and ensure all agreements are finalized before divorce papers are filed with the court.
A legal separation allows a couple the time they may need to either resolve their marital issues, or come to a final decision to legally dissolve their marriage. During this time, the couple can request to separate their financial responsibilities and marital property.
Filing for a marriage annulment is completely different than filing for a dissolution of marriage. In the state of Colorado, specific criteria must be met in order to annul a marriage. One of our attorneys will be able to answer your annulment questions and help you determine if an annulment best suits your needs.
Service men and women have unique lifestyles and concerns. Although military divorces can be just as difficult and emotionally challenging as a civilian divorce, certain special circumstances must be taken into account when one spouse is a military member, especially if he or she is active duty or stationed overseas.
Related Divorce Services
Most divorce cases involve other issues that require legal assistance. At Feldmann Nagel Margulis, our divorce lawyers are prepared to handle any and all matters you may encounter during your divorce, including:
Discuss Your Case During a Consultation
Our legal team is prepared to help you learn more about filing for divorce, your options, and how we can be of assistance. Our lawyers are committed to providing personal attention and step-by-step guidance through clients' legal journeys. To begin yours, contact us today.