Helping Colorado Clients With Pre-Divorce Planning

If you just learned that your spouse wants a divorce, you may feel as if your world is crashing down around you. If you are the one contemplating a divorce, you may feel overwhelmed by all that needs to be completed. An experienced divorce attorney can help guide you through the process.

Your concerns are ours. Reducing the negative aspects of your divorce is one of our highest priorities.

Pre-Divorce Planning Guidance For Clients In Denver And The Surrounding Areas

Pre-divorce planning can be very helpful by providing you with an opportunity to see which issues may arise once the divorce paperwork is filed. Let the law firm of Littman Family Law help you through this difficult time. We will handle the details of the pre-divorce and divorce processes appropriately and professionally, striving to provide you with peace of mind every step of the way.

With offices in Denver, we provide family law services to individuals and families in Colorado Springs, on the Eastern Plains of Colorado and in the mountains within 100 miles of Denver, as well as throughout the Denver metro area. Our legal team will help you clearly understanding your legal rights and options.

Emotions Can Cost You More Money

Frequently, fear and anger will drive up the cost of a divorce. It is important to carefully plan your next steps before tensions escalate and rash decisions are made.

Clients who can accomplish pre-divorce planning can also focus on working collaboratively or cooperatively with their spouses. This can help minimize the emotional aspects of your divorce, and help you gain control of the major decisions that must be addressed during the divorce process.

By seeking legal advice and advance planning, you may be able to head off an expensive and emotionally scarring legal battle by educating both yourself and your spouse about options that may help you avoid court. We will help identify situations when you need to proceed directly to court for your protection or for the protection of your children or your assets.

When Children Are Involved

If you have children, we will help you do what is in their best interests. This is done by helping you focus on their intellectual, social, educational and emotional needs before, during and after the divorce. Working with you to develop an appropriate parenting schedule is also an important area of our practice.

Protecting Your Assets During Your Divorce

Retaining your assets is of vital importance as they are what will provide for your financial future and the future of your children. Not only will we help you protect your assets, we will fight for your rights to child support and maintenance payments. If necessary, we can also assist you in identifying and connecting with appropriate and experienced financial, psychological and other resources to enable you and your family to navigate this process successfully.

What If You Don't Want To Divorce Your Spouse?

Sometimes filing for divorce is only a request for attention from a spouse. Some of our clients decide that they do not want a divorce after considering all of their options.

If you are not sure you want a divorce, we will guide you through the process of deciding whether you really want a divorce. It may be that you need time and resources to work on your marriage. We make appropriate referrals to our network of highly experienced professionals for marriage counseling and other supportive services upon request.

Contact Us Today. Reduced Consultation Fee.

At Littman Family Law, we offer new clients a one-hour consultation at a reduced cost. You can hire us to help with every detail or for select aspects of your divorce process. The choice is yours.

Contact us today by calling 303-800-3114 or by sending us an email.