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Divorce & SeparationThe emotional and social aspects of divorce are one thing. Friends, family, counselors, and time each play a part in helping you get through it. The financial and legal aspects are another. You need qualified legal counsel to protect your rights and interests. A compassionate, knowledgeable lawyer is a valuable ally. At Rocky Mountain Family Law, we work with clients at all stages of divorce. Some are planning as they see divorce on the horizon. Others have received an unexpected petition for divorce from a spouse. Many of our clients have been living separated from their spouses for some time and are looking for help while moving forward with life. Even in amicable circumstances, difficult feelings and concerns may go along with the legal process of divorce. Rocky Mountain Family Law does its best to help clients find peaceful resolutions through settlements whenever possible. When reasonable negotiations are not an option, our attorneys are prepared to aggressively pursue your best interests.
Custody & ModificationRocky Mountain Family Law is here to help you navigate the difficult legal process of child custody as smoothly as possible. We will put you and your children's interests first. On your behalf, we will pursue the least disruptive solution to minimize the impact on your children. Unfortunately, not all cases can be resolved amicably, and Rocky Mountain Family Law is prepared to defend clients through the process and trial. We will negotiate, litigate, and resolve complex financial and custody issues on your behalf, such as: Parenting plans (custody and visitation), Post-decree Modification of Parenting Time and Child support, Out-of-State Relocation and Restrictions on Parenting Time for the safety of the children.
Estate PlanningWhether you are just starting out in life or in your retirement years with good planning comes piece of mind. Discuss estate planning concerns with an experienced, compassionate Colorado lawyer. At Rocky Mountain Family Law in Fort Collins, you can obtain personalized advice about all components of estate plans, including: Preparation of living trusts, Beneficiary deeds, Wills, Health care declarations and Powers of Attorney, Durable powers of attorney. If you already have an estate plan in place, it is advisable to review it every few years. You should also ask a lawyer to review your estate plan after any significant life changes.
Premarital and Postmarital AgreementsPlan for the best and the worst. You can protect yourself and your family in the event of a change in your marriage. With a Premarital Agreement, you and your spouse-to-be can determine how assets and debts will be divided in the event of a divorce or the death of one of you. You can also plan for the length and duration of spousal support or waive spousal support. While no one plans for the marriage to end in divorce, it is a reality for many. By having a Premarital Agreement you lessen the financial and emotional stress of the divorce process. A Postmarital Agreement is similar to a Premarital Agreement, in that after the marriage, you and your spouse may want to address financial matters. A Postmarital Agreement can likewise protect you in the event of a future divorce, or the death of one you. As a reminder, you may not contract for child support or child custody in a Premarital or Postmarital Agreement.
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