Resolve a Divorce Case with the Right Strategy
Divorce is a challenging undertaking with far-reaching consequences, affecting members of your family for years to come. For many men and fathers divorce is a devastating overhaul of every facet of life.
Financially, divorce may means supporting two households with one income for several years after divorce and dividing everything you ever saved in half. If you own a home with equity then you may be forced to sell it. If the other party has incurred debt, then you may be held responsible for half of it. If you are the money earning spouse, like many men are, then divorce may mean providing monthly support to the other party or paying for their attorney. When it comes to children, divorce means that as a father you must "prove yourself" by jumping through various hoops until the court determines that you are a safe parent who is appropriately bonded to the children before you get substantial time with them. Emotionally, divorce means losing your family, partner, financial stability, and even your shared circle of friends.
The Dadvocates attorneys understand how complicated this process can be, which is why they provides compassionate and effective legal counsel to help guide you through proceedings. They have effective time tested strategies that can help you prevail over many of the burdens described above in your case. The key to their success is understanding men's rights and burdens, long-term legal strategy, use of experts and witnesses, and keen preparation. At The Dadvocates in Denver, Colorado, our team can help parents reach amicable solutions regarding child custody, spousal support or maintenance, property distribution and other important legal issues. If you have been the victim of domestic violence, they can also help you file a restraining order to protect you and your child. When being amicable is not an option, they are excellent in court. When children are involved, The Dadvocates will always put their best interest first, advising you about their emotional and financial needs. To discuss the details of your divorce case with an expert attorney at The Dadvocates, contact us today.
Why Choose Our Firm?
At The Dadvocates, your child’s needs are our number one priority. In many cases, this means working hard to encourage and preserve civil relations between parents throughout divorce proceedings. However, our firm prides itself on helping fathers obtain significant parenting time with their children. Sometimes that may mean equal parenting and other times it may mean that our client should be the primary parent. If the mother of your children is denying you access to your children or is arguing that they need her more, then this is the firm for you.
When children are involved, our team will always put their best interest first, advising you about their emotional and financial needs- that means as much time with Dad as possible!
Our attorneys are fierce trial lawyers who will stand strong on your behalf. We have handled a range of complex Fathers rights and men's rights cases, including those involving culturally diverse families and those with unconventional family roles. If you trust your case to our team, you can feel confident that we will work tirelessly to deliver excellent counsel and that your children will be with you at the end.
Factors Often Included in Divorce
Though all divorce cases are unique, there are several factors that are commonly addressed, including:
- Spousal Support: Also known as maintenance, spousal support is an agreed-upon payment from one spouse to the other after a divorce. These support payments help to ensure both parties' financial security following divorce, and they may last for a finite or infinite period of time depending upon your unique case.
- Child Custody: If children are involved, child custody is perhaps the most important matter in a divorce. The court will determine two issues related to minor children, parenting time and decision making responsibility. Parents who communicate and cooperate can often establish joint legal and physical custody. However, in some cases, one parent may be granted sole legal custody, but share physical custody with the other. If both parents cannot agree upon an arrangement, a judge will determine custody in court.
- Property Division: During a divorce, spouses must divide marital assets and debt. This may include the family home as well as vehicles and home furnishings. Property division may also include non-tangible assets, such as retirement accounts and pensions.
- Modifications: Spousal support or maintenance, child custody, and child support may be modifiable, meaning they can be altered if there are grounds to do so. If your employment situation changes, for example, you may be able to petition the court to revise your spousal support or maintenance payments.
Throughout divorce proceedings, we can guide you through all steps of your case so you understand your rights and make informed decisions.
Proven Divorce Attorneys
Our attorneys are skilled divorce lawyers who can use their extensive resources to take on even the most complex of cases. We understand how challenging divorce can be for a family, which is why our compassion and strength can prove invaluable when resolving conflict. Our goal is to preserve civility between family members for the benefit of any children involved. With a vast network of professionals, we can devote our time to your case, fully investigating each aspect of your family situation to ensure the best outcome.
Let Us Represent You
If you are facing a complicated divorce, contact our firm online or call (720) 749-2876. The Dadvocates will work diligently to help you reach an amicable outcome.