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Marital Agreements

Marital Agreements

Marital Agreements

A marital agreement (often called a prenup or postnup) is simply a contract between two people who are married or about to be. It addresses upfront property and financial issues that may arise upon the dissolution of the marriage.

Although given a bad rap and seen as something only for the wealthy, marital agreements can be a useful tool for any engaged couple wanting to agree beforehand how certain property or money will be distributed should the marriage dissolve. Although not always easy to discuss, talking about these issues before solemnizing the marriage may save a lot of headache down the road.

Colorado does have specific requirements for a marital agreement to be enforceable. If you are interested in learning more about a marital agreement in Colorado, click the button below to schedule your free consultation today.

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Divorce & Maintenance

Divorce & Maintenance

Divorce & Maintenance

With over half of today’s marriages ending, divorce has become rather commonplace. However, while it’s relatively easy to get married, the process of dissolving the marriage is usually much more difficult.

Divorce is more than two people deciding they no longer wish to be legally bound to one another. Many times, marital property – which can include real estate, vehicles, furniture, and income – has accumulated during the marriage and needs to be distributed. And if there were children born into the marriage, custody and support issues need to be addressed. Lastly, one spouse may be entitled to maintenance.

Because divorce can be an emotional and stressful time, it is important to have an attorney on your side who will fight for what is equitably yours. If you are interested in learning more about getting an affordable divorce in Denver, click the button below to schedule your free consultation today.

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Coaching

Coaching

Coaching

Court cases can be complex and confusing, and you often don’t know where to turn to get answers. Internet searching can leave you more confused and may provide the wrong information. You don’t want to risk losing what’s yours or hurting your case because you didn’t get the right information.

With our monthly coaching service, you can rest assured that all your questions will be answered by a lawyer who focuses on family law cases. No matter which service level you choose, you’ll get ongoing email support, a monthly call, and peace of mind that you’re on the right track. 

Because every family case in Colorado is different, you want to get advice specific to your case. If you are interested in learning more about legal coaching in Colorado, click the button below to schedule your free consultation today.

Customized Legal Help

Customized Legal Help

Customized Legal Help

Customized legal help, also called “unbundled” or “limited scope representation”, is when a lawyer only helps with specific tasks that you choose. Because you still represent yourself, it is your responsibility to complete the other required tasks that the lawyer does not help you with.

Customized legal help allows you to only buy the legal help that you need. Unbundled services are less expensive than hiring a lawyer for full representation. It’s a great option to help save on legal fees without being completely on your own.

If you are interested in learning more about customized legal help in Colorado, click the button below to schedule your free consultation today.