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Serving Douglas County Divorce Clients Since 1999
Divorce Lawyers in Highlands Ranch

Going through a divorce or custody case is never easy. With the financial and emotional future of you and your family on the line, choosing the right law firm to represent you is essential. The Highlands Ranch divorce attorneys at Plog & Stein, P.C. focus solely on Colorado family law cases. The majority of our Highlands Ranch clients have cases in the Douglas County District Court. Our experienced team offers over 70 years of combined legal experience and has used that experience to help countless Highlands Ranch clients through simple and complex cases, including:

In the courtroom or at the negotiation table, our legal team is ready to advocate for you, the client.  Call us at (303) 781-0322 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced divorce attorneys.

Plog & Stein, P.C. offers outstanding service to our Divorce and Family Law Clients

The divorce process can seem overwhelming at times and can be difficult for a person to go through on their own. With the help of a Highlands Ranch divorce lawyer who has extensive experience handling the various nuances and complexities of divorce and family law, you can feel confident in our ability to navigate you through the process, always mindful of your goals. We will work as efficiently as possible to get your case done. To do so, we make sure our lawyers are accessible and that open communication between attorney and client is always there. We strive to make representation a team approach, knowing that your input and decisions matter most of all.

Highlands Ranch is unique in that the population is made up largely of families with children. Ensuring that child custody and parenting time orders are in the best interest of the children is a significant part of our practice. Likewise, our dedicated professionals work hard to make sure child support and child financial orders are fair for our clients. Whether you’re considering dissolving your marriage or need assistance with a child custody or support matter in the Highlands Ranch area, our divorce attorneys are available to review your case, answer any questions you may have, assess your options, and help you choose an individualized course of action best suited to your needs.

Dividing Marital Assets in a Colorado Divorce

One of the main issues in any Colorado divorce case is the division of marital assets. With Highlands Ranch being largely residential, most of our clients from there are homeowners. Moreover, in most Highlands Ranch divorce cases we see, one, or both parties have retirement or other investment assets. Like any other issue, marital property division can be a contentious part of a Colorado divorce. Our attorneys are skilled at making sure marital property is “equitably” divided, which is the standard under Colorado statute (C.R.S. 14-10-113). It would be easy to assume that “equitable” means equal.  While most of the time it does, the court actually has authority to divide the property according to what the judge believes is fair.  Though dividing assets in a divorce may be perceived as simple, the reality is that property division takes strategic planning in terms of identifying the marital estate and determining what sort of division plan is realistic.  In assessing marital property we always look to what is in the best financial interest of our clients. Our experienced attorneys often work with various experts who may be needed to value property, such as the marital home or a business interest. In any case, our goal is to make sure our clients get a fair property settlement or ruling from the court.

Your Divorce Case is Unique

While every Douglas County divorce case requires the same court process, paperwork, and procedures, each case is unique.  Assets and issues may be the same, but the details of your specific circumstances and objectives matter to us.  Your first meeting with Plog & Stein, P.C. will be with one of the attorneys.  At that meeting, our goal is to gather as much initial information as possible.  By asking questions and listening to your concerns we are able to start to not only assessing probabilities and outcomes, but to also start formulating a strategy for effectively working towards your goals.  Ultimately, the specific details of your life and financial circumstances may be important to your case related to children, property, or spousal support.  In any case, we want to be as prepared as possible when getting ready for court or discussing settlement.   We also want to make sure our clients understand their rights and the process they will be going through.  Throughout it all, we will work hard to get your case settled or litigated in an efficient and effective manner.

Finishing your divorce may be only the first part of your family law legal issues.  Oftentimes, clients will need us later on to deal with enforcing their court orders, assisting with marital property division, or modifying parenting time or child support provisions.  With that in mind, we strive to build lasting relationships with our clients and to be there for them in the future.

Enlist the Help of an Experienced Highlands Ranch Lawyer in Your Divorce Case

The experienced Denver family law attorneys of Plog & Stein, P.C. understand how sensitive the process of divorce can be for residents of Highlands Ranch and the surrounding communities. Whether your split is acrimonious or amicable, complicated issues can arise when you are trying to create a life that is separate from that of your spouse. We employ both years of legal knowledge and strategy to pursue favorable results for our clients.

Our Highlands Ranch divorce lawyers are proud to offer competitive retainer rates to clients. Contact us at (303) 781-0322 or via our online form for a consultation.

Our home DTC office is conveniently located a short drive from Highlands Ranch, just off of I-25 at Orchard Road, in the Fiddler’s Green area.  Plog & Stein represents clients throughout the Denver Metro area, including divorces in Arapahoe, Adams, Douglas Jefferson, Broomfield, and Boulder Counties.

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