Recent News

focuses on helping families regain peace of mind
schedule A Free consultation
  • What is the Timeline for a Divorce Case in Colorado?

    Posted on June 9, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Divorce can be daunting from a legal perspective. The good news is that formal divorce proceedings may only take between six and nine months if there aren’t any complicating factors. No matter how long your divorce takes, a reputable attorney can help. When most people file for divorce, they want it to be over with as quickly as possible. The divorce process can be a painful transition for some, and they simply want to move past this chapte...

    read more
  • When Do Divorce Cases Go to Trial?

    Posted on June 1, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Going to court for anything can be quite daunting. With an experienced and reputable divorce attorney on your side, you may be able to decrease the chances that your divorce will end up going to trial. If it does go to trial by chance, you will have an advocate on your side to help you navigate the process. Divorce is rarely pleasant or quick. Although, it’s often a much-needed means to an end. Every divorce is different with its own unique...

    read more
  • Factors Considered in Alimony Decisions

    Posted on May 24, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Divorce changes nearly everything, and your finances are no exception. For some couples, divorce involves paying alimony to their ex-spouse. If you think you are owed alimony or shouldn't have to pay it, speak with an experienced alimony attorney as soon as possible. Alimony, which is also called spousal maintenance in Colorado, involves payments that a higher-earning spouse makes to the other spouse during a separation or following a divorce...

    read more
  • Do You Need a Lawyer for Mediation?

    Posted on May 17, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    More and more divorcing couples turn to divorce mediation to resolve their differences when they split. Even divorces in which the spouses agree on most but not all issues can benefit from working with an experienced divorce mediator. However, they shouldn’t substitute a mediator for proper legal representation. Divorces are either contested or uncontested. Couples who can’t resolve their disagreements to reach a settlement will end up wi...

    read more
  • What Property is Kept Separate in a Divorce?

    Posted on May 10, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    Divorce brings up many issues, including property division. Since property division typically can't be changed once the divorce is finalized, it's essential to get it right the first time. An attorney can help you do just that. Property division is one of the most highly contested and complicated issues in a divorce. Sometimes spouses have concerns about whether they will get their fair share, family heirlooms or sentimental items, or how com...

    read more
  • What if the Other Parent is Not Following the Child Custody Order?

    Posted on May 3, 2021 by Chistopher N. Little

    The court orders parenting plans in the best interest of the children involved and expects both parents to follow the order. When one parent doesn't, the other parent has options. Consulting with an experienced attorney can help them enforce or change the order. When a judge enters orders in a specific case, most people take the orders seriously and comply with what is required. However, others choose to ignore court orders and disobey the co...

    read more

Focuses on

Helping Families