Dedicated Asset Division Attorneys Ready To Prioritize Your Needs
Between prioritizing the practical needs of your family and figuring out future living arrangements, divorce is stressful enough without having to worry about dividing assets. If you are working through a divorce, the most efficient course of action is to collaborate with your spouse at the counsel of an attorney.
At Geigle|Morales, we provide dedicated services to our clients throughout their legal process. Our team of lawyers is well-versed in child custody, property division, modifications of spousal maintenance and other divorce-related procedures. We offer counsel throughout the greater Denver area.
A Judge Can Help, But They Do Not Know What Is Best For You
Colorado is an equitable distribution state. This means that a judge does not equally divide your marital assets. Instead, the split is based on what the judge sees as fair. They will likely take the following into account, when they make their decision:
- The length of the marriage
- Individual earnings and contributions
- Contributions unrelated to income such as that of a homemaker
- Which spouse will be the custodial parent
While a judge can attempt to split assets fairly, they cannot account for sentimental value or the care you personally put into your property. Ultimately, you know what is best for you. Finding a way to work with your spouse is beneficial to both parties. Our lawyers will provide informed, focused legal counsel through each important step and see that the division of your assets meets your needs.
Take The Weight Off, Contact Us Today
You should not have to worry about what will happen to your property and other assets after the divorce. Our skilled attorneys can help. Call our Denver office at 303-731-2708 or arrange a consultation via email.