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Colorado Springs Divorce Lawyer

Colorado Springs Divorce Lawyer Mike Allen

Dissolving your marriage is a complicated and strenuous experience for anyone that has never been through a divorce proceeding before.  The need for an experienced Colorado Springs divorce lawyer could not be greater. Emotions are incredibly high, and the path for your future (and your children’s) is at stake.

How do you adequately address the division of assets and property, child custody and support, and spousal maintenance issues to achieve a final divorce judgment if your spouse is uncooperative? By receiving proper legal consultation from a family law expert in Colorado Springs.

About Divorce In Colorado Springs, Colorado

Divorce is the final legal dissolution of your marriage. Colorado is a no-fault state; to file for divorce, one spouse must claim that your marriage is irretrievably broken.  

The goal of a final divorce judgment in Colorado Springs can be stressful and complicated, depending on the assets and parenting plan involved in your marriage’s dissolution. Leave it to your experienced Colorado Springs divorce lawyer from Moran & Associates Family Law to protect your best interests and minimize the stress involved for everyone.

Residency Requirements For Colorado Divorce

Colorado requires that you be a resident of the state for at least 91 days before filing for divorce in Colorado Springs or another city. Certain exemptions to this residency requirement apply for active-duty military personnel stationed in Colorado, call an attorney for details. Children involved in the divorce proceedings must have resided in Colorado for a minimum of 181 days before the divorce filing.

How Fast Can I Get Divorced?

At least 91 days must pass in Colorado after you or your spouse received the divorce summons before the courts will dissolve the marriage. This 91-day time frame applies to legal separations as well. This state-mandated waiting period allows the couple to attempt to amicably resolve asset, custody, and support issues before they come before the court for a final divorce judgment.

The Process Of Divorce Proceedings

What A Colorado Springs Divorce Lawyer Can Do For You

There is no way around the fact that a Colorado divorce is often emotionally draining and is sure to take a toll on your finances.

Family relationships often suffer as well because not everyone will be happy that a couple is divorcing. A divorce decree gives both parties the peace of mind that they are no longer legally intertwined and sets a concrete path for spousal support and parenting responsibilities if children are involved. But more than anything, a divorce gives both parties a fresh start at building a new life with someone they can be happy with moving forward with their life.

Our expert Colorado Springs divorce lawyer at Moran & Associates Family Law understands that each divorce case is unique and will work tirelessly to ensure that your best interests as a client are always first and foremost.

No matter how simple or complex your case may be, it would be best if you had a strong lawyer on your side during this incredibly emotional and demanding time.  Many of our clients start the divorce process on their own utilizing the self-help family law forms available online from the Colorado Courts website. The vortex of a child custody battle and spousal support issues when a couple is already struggling financially is often overwhelming to the point they need help.

During these turbulent times, you need a robust and clear thinking adviser you can count on to give you the expert legal advice you need to get through this challenging time in your life. The majority of divorce cases are worked out between parties without going to trial in Colorado Springs. However, if your divorce case does go to trial because your spouse is uncooperative, your case is in the hands of an experienced trial lawyer. As a former prosecuting attorney in El Paso County, Colorado, our family law attorney is highly effective in a courtroom setting.

Don’t go down this path alone; get the divorce attorney you need to guide you every step of the way. We will answer your questions, provide outstanding legal advice, and make your divorce as painless for you.

Contact us online to begin your free consultation. Or call (719) 447-0762 to speak with Mike Allen directly.

Moran & Associates Family Law
220 E Costilla St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
(719) 447-0762