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PROPERTY, ALLOCATION OF PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES, SUPPORT
Making decisions regarding your children can be one of the most challenging aspects of any divorce, separation, or breakup. While you undoubtedly want what is best for your children, it can be difficult to create an arrangement that fully recognizes the rights of both parents. At Pesch Law Office PC, we are sensitive to the intensively personal nature of proceedings of allocating parental responsibilities and are prepared to provide the legal guidance you need.
When a family with children goes through a divorce or legal separation, the needs of the children must continue to be met. These considerations are equally applicable to parents who are not married but have decided to end their relationship. At Pesch Law Office PC, we understand the importance of addressing child support and other child related expenses to provide the best possible situation for children of divorced, separated, or unmarried parents.
If you and your spouse have been married for a significant length of time, you have probably accumulated a substantial amount of property and assets. Your marital estate started the day you married and continues until the marriage is terminated. Should you decide to get divorced, dividing such marital property can become incredibly complex, often leading to contentious courtroom battles. We realize the importance of identifying your marital estate and accurately valuing the same to ensuring an equitable property settlement.
When a couple gets divorced, one spouse could be left at a severe financial disadvantage unless the issue of spousal maintenance is properly addressed. Often, it is the wife or stay-at-home mom who was forced to deal with such challenges, but, in today's world, either spouse could just as easily be similarly affected. The concept of alimony, now called spousal maintenance in Colorado, was developed to help such mitigate the effects of a divorce on each spouse so that he or she can maintain a standard of living commensurate with the marriage. At Pesch Law Office PC, we understand the difficulty of life after divorce and the unexpected expenses of two households sharing the same income source. We are experienced in spousal related issues during the pendency of the divorce process and thereafter. Your economic needs will be addressed.