Family Law Lawyer in Denver, Colorado


Ending your marriage will require you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse to make many different and often difficult decisions about your finances, your property, and your children. During this process, you need a legal advocate on your side who can advise you of your rights and responsibilities and help you protect your financial interests. Whether you expect to work together with your spouse to reach a settlement or are preparing for trial on contentious disputes, we can make sure you are taking the right steps that will help you achieve your goals.

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Amicable Divorce

You may be prepared to cooperate with your spouse during your divorce and avoid conflict. Reaching your own resolution is always an option that is explored first with Pesch Law Office at your side. Keeping your divorce amicable lays the foundation for successfully moving forward in your life.

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High Conflict Divorce

During the divorce process, negotiations may break down between you and your spouse, and you may find it difficult to reach agreements due to emotional issues or unreasonable positions taken by your spouse. We can help you determine the best ways to resolve contentious disputes.

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Child Custody

Parents who are getting divorced or unmarried parents who are separated will need to create a parenting plan that decides how they will share in parental responsibilities. A parenting plan will address legal custody, also known as the right to share in decision-making responsibilities for children, and physical custody, meaning the parenting time that each parent will have with their children, when, where, and how. Pesch Law Office starts with providing a copy of a comprehensive parenting plan that can be tailored to the needs of your family.

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Child Support

Parents who are divorced or separated are required to provide financial support to ensure that their children's ongoing needs will be met. Child support is determined based on all sources of income earned by both parents, and the amount of time children live with each parent is a factor that is considered. Child support is resolved AFTER a parenting time schedule is reached. We can help you make sure child support obligations are calculated correctly while also addressing other child-related expenses and college expenses for non-minor children.

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