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As a spouse, I know there are many ways to contribute to a marriage. As a mom, I understand kids come first. I also know life and kids are expensive and extra cash is hard to come by. So when you need to get divorced or set up a parenting schedule, it can be overwhelming to navigate the legal process alone and near impossible to pay pricey lawyers.

With down-to-earth advice and a reasonable approach, Lester Law helps you navigate a confusing, unfamiliar legal system while protecting your and your children’s interests. Plus, you control your cost by only paying for the help you need.

If you need an affordable lawyer in Colorado for help with a divorce, parenting schedule, child custody, child support, a prenup or postnup, or a cohabitation agreement, get in touch. If you’re ready to see how an affordable lawyer can help you, schedule your free consultation today!

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What the heck is maintenance?

What the heck is maintenance?

In most Colorado divorce cases, courts will determine whether to award “maintenance” (commonly referred to as “alimony”) to assist a spouse financially. Generally, maintenance is intended to help a spouse who — as a result of divorce — is now unable to financially support him or herself.   When will courts award maintenance?  What factors will…

What do I do if my co-parent won’t follow the parenting plan?

What do I do if my co-parent won’t follow the parenting plan?

Parenting time is one of the most important issues involved in Colorado divorce and child custody disputes.  All cases involving a child will include determining: (1) who the child will live with and for how long; and (2) the parenting time / visitation rights of both parents.  Sometimes, both parents can reach an agreement regarding…

Modifying Parenting Time

Modifying Parenting Time

While most Colorado parenting plans are considered “final decrees,” it may be possible for you to ask the court for a modification. There are several reasons why someone might want a modification: The existing plan may have been written years ago and now life has changed; one parent might be relocating to a different state;…

How does a court decide parenting time?

How does a court decide parenting time?

Most Colorado divorces with children or child custody cases revolve around two main issues with regards to the children: (1) parenting time and (2) major decision-making.  There are two ways you can resolve either of these issues: (1) you can reach an agreement with the party; or (2) you can have the court make the…

What is unbundled legal help?

What is unbundled legal help?

“Unbundled” legal help is a method of providing clients with just the amount of legal services they desire for a fixed, transparent price.  Unbundled legal services are also known as “limited-scope services,” “a la carte legal services,” and “disaggregated legal services.” In Colorado, unbundling has developed as a common-sense alternative fee arrangement that benefits both…

What is mediation?

What is mediation?

Mediation is one of the most common forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in Colorado.  Because divorce or custody cases can take a long time and cost a lot of money, mediation has evolved as a viable option for parties who want to avoid court and reach an agreement with the other party.   But…