Ending A Marriage Can Be A Complex And Emotional Endeavor
If you are thinking about a divorce, it can be difficult to sort through all the stories you have heard and determine what will happen in your particular situation. Knowing the facts can put you at ease. Our divorce lawyer will explain the nuances of Colorado law to you so that you can understand how it affects you.
During our initial meeting, we want to hear about what brought you to a divorce lawyer. Please review the questions on our free 30-minute consultation page, put together as much information as you can, and tell our divorce attorney why you are seeking a dissolution of marriage, a legal separation, or an annulment.
- Divorce: In Colorado, the legal term for divorce is dissolution of marriage. We can explain the process and help you make decisions involving divorce, child custody (parenting responsibility), child support, spousal support (alimony), marital property division and divorce mediation.
- Legal separation: Because of religious reasons or concerns about health insurance or other benefits, a couple may choose a decree of legal separation. The parties still need to agree on parental responsibility (custody and visitation), spousal support, property division, and other issues as in a divorce.
- Annulment: An annulment (legally referred to as a declaration of invalidity) makes the marriage void from its beginning. Talk to a lawyer about whether this is an option in your case.
Please email or call The Offices of Keane Law, LLC, to schedule a free 30-minute consultation.