Loveland Divorce Lawyers
Let Us Protect Your Rights & Best Interests Throughout the Legal Process
A divorce can be a hotly contested and highly emotional process, especially when children are involved. To ensure you obtain the best possible results to get a fresh start in life, you must hire an experienced family law attorney to guide you through the complexities of the divorce process.
Our Loveland divorce attorneys at Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. can protect your rights and best interests throughout this difficult time. With more than 30 years of legal experience, we have helped thousands of people just like you through the divorce process.
Colorado Divorce Laws
Colorado is a no-fault state, which means a couple ends their relationship because the marriage is irrevocably broken. There is also a 90-day residency requirement that at least one spouse needs to fulfill, and a 180 day residency requirement before the Court has jurisdiction over the children.
There are two types of divorce: contested divorce and uncontested divorce. If you and your spouse agree on all divorce issues (e.g. child custody, child support, alimony, property division, etc.), it may be possible to get an uncontested divorce. By contrast, if both parties are not able to agree on one or more issues of a divorce, it is considered a contested divorce.
Uncontested divorces are less costly and much quicker compared to a contested divorce, which presents complex legal issues. Our Loveland divorce lawyers can evaluate the circumstances of your case and assist you no matter which way your divorce progresses.
Call (720) 809-8310 to Get Started on Your Case Today
Our legal team will make sure all the paperwork is complete, all deadlines are met, all assets are accounted for, and your rights and best interests are always protected. We are ready to help you close a chapter in your life and start a new one.
For more information, contact us and schedule a consultation.