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Adams County Divorce Attorney

Divorce in Adams CountyWith so much at stake in your divorce, having the right attorney and law firm on your side matters. The majority of family law cases flow from divorce (“dissolution of marriage”). In any case, there can be a wide range of potential family law matters, such as child custody, property division, or spousal support. No matter what mixture of concerns your situation entails, every case is unique. The Adams County divorce attorneys at Plog & Stein, P.C. will guide you through your divorce and the issues you face in a prompt, efficient, and results-driven manner. Clients across Adams County communities have been benefiting from our vigorous advocacy for decades. Simply hearing the word “divorce” can make you feel overwhelmed and unsure. Have someone on your side who can make sense of it all and take care of the details for you so that you can focus on what’s most important. At Plog & Stein, P.C., our attorneys are ready to put our 70 years of combined experience to work for you.

Divorce Proceedings in Adams County

At your first appointment with Plog & Stein, P.C., the goal of the divorce attorney you meet with will be to help you understand your rights and options, while we strive to learn the important facts and issues in your case.  From there, we will explain the divorce process and discuss your objectives, strategy, and potential settlement and litigation outcomes. Our attorneys believe that well-informed clients and a good working dialogue lead to better results. The end goal of any case is the best possible outcome for the client.

While we are often hired to start a brand new case, sometimes people come to us after a divorce has already been filed. If you have recently filed a divorce, or have been served divorce papers, certain deadlines and procedural steps will need to be followed. At this point, both sides are under a statutory injunction to prevent either party from taking detrimental actions against the other, the children, or the marital estate. The served party has 21 days from the date of service to file their Response to Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. It will be during or even before this time that you’ll want to speak with a qualified, experienced Adams County divorce lawyer. They will be able to advise you if you have questions regarding what behaviors you are allowed to engage in and what to do if your spouse could be violating the injunction. At this stage, you will begin to work with your attorney to build your plan for moving forward in your case.

The to-do list during divorce proceedings can be long and feel very daunting. A complete accounting of all financial information needs to be submitted to the other party. These financial disclosures are usually required to be exchanged by your initial conference date, within 42 days of the case being filed initially. Experts may need to be eventually called in to help determine the value of certain assets, real estate or businesses, for example. If you have children, professional evaluators may be needed to assess any child custody or parenting time issues. Again, working with an experienced divorce attorney in Adams County will make this process smoother and less confusing. Having the right family law attorney can have a significant impact on your case.

Divorce Attorneys Vigorously Advocating for Adams County Clients

The Adams County family law attorneys at Plog & Stein, P.C. have years of experience litigating every type of divorce case and are ready to assist you with yours. We are here to give our clients a fresh, accurate perspective on your best options and can schedule in-depth consultations to accommodate your busy schedule. Our North Metro office is conveniently located in Broomfield, just a short drive off Highway 36.  Call us at 303-781-0322 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced divorce professionals.

Adams County, Colorado has a mix of both suburban and rural communities with borders cutting across the North Denver Metro area. From part of Arvada and Thornton on the west side to unincorporated Henderson, Strasburg, and Watkins, Adams County serves a population of more than 450,000 people. It is home to nearly 130,000 households and about 54% are married couples living together. The county courthouse is in Brighton, and the county falls within the 17th Judicial District of Colorado, which includes both Adams and Broomfield Counties.