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Changing divorce laws can take time to learn

On Behalf of | Sep 12, 2014 | Divorce

Few things in life are harder than seeing the marriage you worked hard to build go down the drain. When that happens and divorce is in the plans, it is important for you to make sure that your interests are protected as you move through the process. Some people might not realize just how involved the divorce process can be in Colorado.

We understand that you have a lot going through your mind during the divorce. We know that it is emotionally trying to have to deal with all the choices that have to be made. Knowing the current Colorado laws and understanding how to apply those to your case can take up considerable time and energy. This is especially true for those who are in same-sex relationships because of the constant changes in the current laws that are coming forth as cases make their way through the legal system.

If you don’t want to spend all your time worrying about the laws, you can count on us to help you learn what you need to know. Whether you are thinking about a divorce, a legal separation or an annulment, you need to know how the ultimate outcome can affect you.

In each case, dealing with property division, child custody, spousal support and debt division have to be done if those apply to you. When these lead to disputes or contention, knowing how to effectively negotiate or present your side can be the vital component that is necessary for you to get the best start possible for your new life.

Source: The Offices of Keane Law, LLC, “Divorce/Dissolution” Sep. 12, 2014