Broomfield County, Colorado
The experienced Colorado family law attorneys at Plog & Stein represent men and women in all types of cases, including but not limited to divorce and custody matters. This includes cases in Broomfield and Adams Counties (comprising the 17th Judicial District). For almost two decades, our Broomfield County divorce attorneys have diligently protected the rights of clients in the 17th Judicial District. Each of our attorneys is skilled at litigating and negotiating all aspects of divorce cases, including division of assets and debts, alimony, and child support. Our attorneys are also equally adept at resolving your child related issues, whether custody and visitation, or making sure our clients are treated fairly when it comes to dealing with child support and child related expenses.
Our north metro office, located in Broomfield, near Highway 36 and Wadsworth, is easily reachable for clients in the surrounding communities and the north part of town. Serving people throughout Broomfield County and beyond, our divorce attorneys are only minutes away from the Broomfield District Court and a short drive to both Adams and Boulder Counties courts.
Divorce can be a difficult, stressful process, particularly if you go it alone and try to figure out the rules of family law court by yourself. The restructuring of a family through the divorce process should be taken seriously. Because the personal stakes are so high in a divorce, the choice to represent yourself without the help of counsel can have devastating, long-term consequences.
If you are a Broomfield County resident contemplating divorce, you should consider retaining a knowledgeable family law attorney to protect your rights and your future. The Broomfield County divorce lawyers at Plog & Stein, P.C. are experienced advocates who understand how to apply Colorado law to help you achieve your long-term goals, in and out of the courtroom.Prerequisites for Divorce in Colorado
In some states, divorces proceed as a matter of "fault" by one of the parties, meaning that the parties may try to prove that something like adultery or abuse took place to get a divorce. Colorado, however, is a no-fault divorce state in which neither party will be assigned fault for the divorce. The relevant question is simply whether the marriage is "irretrievably broken." This means you and your spouse no longer get along and there is no possibility you will get back together and work it out. Getting started is just the first step and there are many serious things to consider when contemplating divorce or custody cases.
In order to file for divorce in Colorado, either you or your spouse must have resided in the state for a minimum of 91 before filing for divorce. You may file for divorce in Broomfield County if you both live in Broomfield County, your spouse lives in Broomfield County, or if you can serve your spouse there. Regardless of which county your case is in, our attorneys are there for you.Key Disputes in Any Colorado Divorce Case
There are many important questions to answer when you and your spouse decide to get a divorce. Who will be the primary caregiver for the children? Will you share custody equally? How much money in alimony will be paid? Who will live in the marital home and who will find a new place to live? Divorces may be uncontested or contested. The attorneys at Plog & Stein are able to help in either instance, including brokering settlement of all the relevant issues.
If you are dealing with a contested divorce, you may ultimately need a judge to decide issues regarding spousal support, child custody, visitation, and property division. The experienced family law attorneys at Plog & Stein have a thorough understanding of all facets of Colorado divorce law and each of these issues. Once we learn the facts of your case, we can evaluate your wishes and goals and strategically develop a realistic plan on how to meet them.Experienced Divorce Lawyers Serving Broomfield County
Many attorneys tell clients what they want to hear. Our office distinguishes itself by offering clients honest assessments of their cases and an understanding of how to deal with them in the most effective manner. We will give you a realistic appraisal of how your court is likely to see your case and your objectives. Our honesty is coupled with years of Colorado family law experience. Additionally, we know that no matter what your socioeconomic standing is, you are not made of money. Therefore we always take into account the bigger picture, assessing the most efficient means to reach the most favorable outcome possible.
If you choose to retain us, we with you for you every legal step of the way. This includes ascertaining the core issues for trial or settlement and strategically planning on how to pursue them. While we may not have to go to trial, preparing to this extent allows us to maintain your bargaining position even on difficult issues, and makes it more likely we will reach a favorable settlement.
Divorce can be an expensive and lengthy process. However, selecting an experienced, efficient Colorado family law firm firm can make a huge difference. Our retainer rates are competitive. Furthermore, our insights into Colorado divorce law and procedures in Broomfield County can make your case go more smoothly, and help you achieve the most favorable outcome possible for you and your family. Contact the knowledgeable divorce lawyers at Plog & Stein at (303) 781-0322, or via our online form, to learn more about our family law services and what we can do for you.