Legal Separation and Divorce
The choice to end your marriage is a painful and difficult decision that many couples must make. During this time, tensions and emotions can run high, often necessitating an experienced divorce attorney’s guidance. If you have children, you may also have to address child support, child custody, or parental visitation.
At Liberty Law Center, our Colorado Springs divorce attorneys know that individuals need help through the divorce process. We can help navigate these tricky waters and obtain your settlement fairly and legally. Our attorneys are skilled in negotiation and mediation, and we can help you find solutions to even the most complex divorce proceedings. If your case does go to trial, we are experienced litigators with extensive knowledge of El Paso, Douglas, Teller and Pueblo County family courts.
We can help with a wide range of divorce and legal separation issues, including but not limited to
- Division of assets and property
- Out-of-state divorces
- Child custody
- Child support orders and modifications
- Spousal support/alimony
- Military divorces
- Uncontested divorce
- LGBTQ divorces
- Restraining Orders
- Contempt of Court Enforcement
Child custody remains one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce to wrestle with, and Liberty Law Center has helped thousands of people navigate these issues surrounding child custody and child support during legal separation and divorce. We help personalize the legal process so that you aren’t left fending for your children all alone.
Working with Liberty Law Colorado Child Custody Lawyer will ensure that you, your spouse, and your children will get the best possible outcome during the ending of a marriage. While child custody battles can often be contentious, overwhelming, and difficult, it doesn’t have to be when you have legal experts who can help you understand your own rights, your children’s rights, and walk you through the Colorado court system.
Liberty Law Center knows the ends and outs of child support, child custody, and parental responsibility in Colorado.
Children thrive when both of their parents play an active role in their lives, and our goal is to help your child achieve this biological connection. Sometimes this is best done through paternity testing. When a child is born to parents who are not legally married, paternity tests can help establish the true biological father’s legal rights and responsibilities. This can help fathers who wish to be involved in their child’s life, and also help mothers obtain the support they need to help care for their children. The most significant benefit is to the child who can now have both parents involved in their life. Through paternity testing, children can obtain benefits from both parents, such as healthcare, insurance, and social security.
If you are facing divorce or your ability to parent is being questioned you want to know your rights when it comes to remaining a part of your child’s life. A parental rights attorney can help protect these rights and advocate for you and our children.
In the state of Colorado, courts assign custody and parental rights according to the best interests of the child. The court will consider:
- Relationship between the parent and child
- The child’s wishes
- Impact on the child facing a move to a new town or state.
- Parent’s ability to provide the child with a safe and stable home atmosphere
- If a parent is physically or emotionally abusive to a child,
A parental rights attorney in Colorado can represent you in your desire to maintain a relationship with your child and to ensure the best outcome for your children.