Alimony

Alimony Alimony and Maintenance in Colorado When married couples decide to get divorced, one of the many issues they often need to deal with is alimony. Alimony, which is officially called “maintenance” in Colorado, refers to monthly paym... more

Child Support

Child Support Child Support in Colorado Raising a child is an expensive process. When the parents legally separate with divorce both parties are legally required to share financial responsibility. Child support is determined based on the classificati... more

Divorce

Divorce in Colorado In recent years, Colorado divorce rates have seen a marked decrease. However, not every marriage gets a happily ever after, but if divorce looks to be in your future, finding compassionate, reliable and experienced counsel can mak... more

Fathers’ Parental Rights

Fathers’ Parental Rights Protecting Fathers in Colorado As a father, you have the same rights as your child’s mother in terms of access to the child and a fair say in the raising of your family. Unfortunately for many fathers in Colorado,... more

Modification to Divorce Decree

Changing Your Colorado Divorce Decree Modifications to Divorce Decree One of the final steps to your separation will be the divorce decree, where the court outlines all of its rulings on the child custody, visitation schedules, alimony, property and ... more

Mothers’ Parental Rights

Protecting Mothers’ Rights in Colorado Knowing your rights can make all the difference in when it comes to child custody and visitation. Many people ask if the courts favor one gender over the other when it comes to children. Courts in most cas... more

Paternity

Establishing Paternity Under the Uniform Parentage Act of Colorado, an individual can request a paternity action to determine the biological father of a child. Establishing paternity is equally important to the mother, father and the child and can he... more

Restraining Order

Restraining Orders Legal Protection In a family law proceeding, there are many different types of restraining orders for which an individual can file. The main purpose of these court orders is to ensure that an individual will abide by the laws perta... more

Spousal Support

What is Considered Spousal Support in Colorado? Spouses can be eligible for spousal support, or spousal maintenance, as it’s called in Colorado. Colorado law considers spouses who have financed their partner through the years as reasonably eligible... more