Frequently Asked Colorado Property Division Questions
Colorado Property Division: (See Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 14, Article 10, Section 113)
Protecting your property rights is one of the core issues the experienced Denver divorce attorneys at Plog & Stein deal with every day. Whether dealing with real estate or retirement accounts, our attorneys recognize you have worked hard to accumulate your marital property. We also understand the importance of making sure you are treated fairly when it comes time to divide the marital estate. We are experienced with all aspects of property division and know that a divorce case in Broomfield might be decided differently from one in Denver. Below are some of the frequently asked property division questions we hear. From time to time, our experienced family law attorneys will update these with new questions for your information.
- Does marital property have to be split equally or 50/50?
- Does it matter whether the house and car are titled solely in my name?
- Can the court enter orders dividing or disposing of property prior to our permanent orders hearing?
- Can I get part of my wife’s inheritance?
- How will a court divide the household furniture and items?
- How Is Personal Property Divided In A Divorce?
- How is separate property handled in my divorce?
- How is my property in another country handled?
- Is property obtained after separation all mine?
- My boyfriend and I have split up and have a custody case, can the court divide up our property?
- Can the court give my house I owned before the marriage to my husband?
- My husband owned his house prior to the marriage, what are my rights?
- Does Signing a Quitclaim Deed in My Divorce Take Me Off the House Financing?
- My husband was ordered to sell the house in the divorce and isn't doing it, what can I do?