Capable Colorado Divorce Attorneys For The Denver Area
Divorce filings can involve complex legal fights over marital property, child custody and spousal support. If you are filing for divorce, you need a trusted lawyer who can protect your interests. At The Geigle Law Firm, LLC, we manage the stress of clients’ divorce filings and work to get them the best possible outcome for their separation.
Our Denver firm assertively represents people across the metropolitan area who are facing a divorce filing. Our proven litigators have years of Colorado family law experience and they will represent you in negotiations with your ex-spouse and before a family court judge. You can call us now at 303-731-2708 to discuss the details of your divorce with an attorney.
Knowledgeable Counsel For All Aspects Of A Divorce Filing
We handle every potential divorce challenge so that our clients can focus on their families and daily life. Our lawyers will create a personalized legal strategy based on your goals and unique circumstances. We set our divorce clients up for long-term success and ensure that they are financially secure in their post-divorce life.
Our firm assists clients with their divorce and other related legal problems, including:
- Child custody and visitation disputes
- Spousal maintenance, also called alimony
- Domestic abuse allegations
- Child support
- Property division
- Military divorce filings
In some cases, a separating couple may prefer legal separation or to have their marriage annulled. We will review what legal options are available for your specific situation. Our lawyers will then help you decide which option best fits your needs.
Dividing Assets In A Divorce
Colorado law requires divorcing couples to only divide marital assets in a divorce. This means that some types of assets, such as property acquired before a marriage or as an inheritance, are sometimes not eligible for division. In addition to these exclusions, a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can also exclude assets from divorce settlement agreements.
Colorado is also an equitable division state, which means that marital property must be split equitably, not equally, between divorcing spouses. Our attorneys will determine what property can be divided, and we will fight to get your deserved assets.
Aggressive Representation For Your Divorce
Navigating the complexities of a divorce filing can feel overwhelming. Our firm can guide you through the divorce process and efficiently resolve your legal problems. Call us now at 303-731-2708, or send us an email to talk to a knowledgeable divorce lawyer.