Filing for an Uncontested Divorce
With Property, With Children or With No Children
As a no-fault divorce state, Colorado couples may file for divorce for no other reason than an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. An uncontested divorce means that couples agree that their marriage is beyond repair and have come to a fair agreement of how they will end their marriage and divide their marital property. When couples can reach an agreement through such compromise, they can often save the tremendous legal expense of a contested divorce.
When filing for an uncontested divorce in Colorado, it is still wise to enlist the services of an experienced family law attorney. A good attorney can help make sure your rights and interests are protected for a healthy start to a new future.
Uncontested Divorce with Property
When filing for an uncontested divorce with property, divorcing couples must come to a fair agreement of how their marital property will be divided. While many people just want to be done with the marriage so they can move on with life, it is important to carefully consider what compromises you make so that you do not negatively impact your future. Additional consideration should be taken for military divorces as retirement benefits and disability pay are often major factors. Gordon N. Shayne can help you sort through the emotional turmoil that often accompanies divorce and help you make wise decisions about ending your marriage.
Uncontested Divorce with Children
To file for uncontested divorce with children, couples must come to an agreement about child custody, child support and spousal support in addition to how their marital property will be divided. There are several forms to help divorcing couples reach agreement in these matters; however, the agreement must be presented before a judge to ensure that it is fair and in the best interest of the children. In such cases, Gordon N. Shayne can help you protect the best interests of you and your children whether you face a civilian or military divorce in Colorado.
Uncontested Divorce with No Children
When a divorcing couple has no children, no property or has agreed to a fair division of the marital property, they may take a simplified route to divorce that does not require a hearing before a judge. Gordon N. Shayne can look over proposed divorce agreements to ensure that you are getting a fair deal when you are a seeking an uncontested divorce with no children.
Contact Gordon N. Shayne Today
Gordon N. Shayne has been helping people going through divorce for over 30 years. His wealth of experience and specialization in domestic and family law enable him to provide expert legal counsel to people seeking uncontested divorce in Colorado. Whether you’re a civilian or serving in the military, Gordon will help you understand what an uncontested divorce requires and fight to protect your rights and interests.
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