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How Our Colorado Springs Divorce Attorneys Can Help
At Liberty Law, we believe in treating every client with respect, dignity, and genuine concern for their situation. As experienced family law attorneys based in Colorado Springs, CO, our primary goal is to simplify complex family law matters, making them easy for our clients to understand.
Whether you’re dealing with a divorce, legal separation, child custody, child support, spousal support, or other family law matters, our divorce lawyer team is here to help. We’ll take the time to explore different options and determine the best strategy to achieve your goals.
Our family law firm is well-versed in Colorado family law, including specific issues like military divorce and domestic violence. We understand the unique aspects of family law cases in El Paso County and are equipped to provide the guidance you need.
From your initial free consultation to the resolution of your case, our divorce attorneys will provide the legal counsel you need to navigate these challenging times. Trust our family lawyers to work diligently to protect the interests of you and your family members.
At Liberty Law, we’re more than just a law firm. We’re a team of dedicated professionals committed to helping you navigate the complexities of your family law matter.
We will help you understand every piece of your divorce case including:
- Child Custody and Child Support
- Property Division
- Spousal Support
- Completing and Sorting Important Paperwork
- Mediation and Court Strategies
There are many different legal issues to consider when navigating a divorce. Having an experienced attorney at your side will ensure that you make the right step at every turn, and will maximize your results.
Requirements for Divorce in Colorado
In order to file for divorce in Colorado, you or your spouse must be a resident of Colorado for at least 91 days prior to the filing of the petition.
In addition to the 91 day requirement, if you want the Court to be able to divide marital property, or order spousal support, the state of Colorado also needs personal jurisdiction over the other party.
If you want the Court to be able to make a parenting plan and create orders regarding parenting time, child support, etc, then the children must also have been residents of Colorado for at least 182 days.
The jurisdictional requirements above can be a little confusing so if you think they might apply to you, but you aren’t sure, it’s often best to call an experienced attorney to better explore your situation.
Contact our Colorado Springs Divorce Attorneys Today
Even in the best-case scenario, divorce is a difficult and stressful time. Our attorneys can serve as a guide through this turbulent time, and ease some of the stress, while also ensuring that your rights are protected. Liberty Law Center’s dedicated team of attorneys are ready to help you. Contact us today to schedule a consulation!
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