Wheat Ridge, CO

Wheat Ridge Divorce Lawyers

Making the decision to get a divorce, no matter what your reasons are, can be extremely overwhelming. From dividing up your assets and property, to creating a custody arrangement if you share children together, untangling two intertwined lives requires careful thought, informed decision-making, and the assistance of an experienced Wheat Ridge divorce lawyer.

At New Leaf Family, we understand how personal and sensitive divorce matters truly are. We are committed to creating a customized legal strategy that will help you reach your unique goals for life post-divorce. We will explain your options, protect your rights, and be your loyal advocate every step of the way. Call New Leaf Family today for a free case evaluation and discover how we can serve you during this transition.

‍‍How The Process Works

There are so many aspects of your life that will change when you’re going through a divorce, as it is more than just the end of a personal relationship; it’s also an intricate legal process that can often be difficult to follow. No matter what your relationship with your spouse is like, your divorce needs to address the following:

  • Deciding who will get what of the property, assets, and debts acquired during the marriage.
  • Whether or not spousal support (alimony) will be provided and if so, the amount
  • Creating a custody/child support arrangement if there are children involved.

If you and your spouse are on amicable terms, you may be able to come to an agreement on the above matters outside of the court via a process called mediation. Mediation is a collaborative alternative to traditional divorce in which an independent third party helps you and your spouse decide on the terms of your divorce together. You can also negotiate with attorneys.

However, you might be married to someone who is high-conflict and unwilling to cooperate with the mediation or negotiation process, or your spouse may have a history of domestic violence or substance abuse. If any of these circumstances describes your situation, presenting your case to a judge might be the best option for you.


We Are More Than Just Lawyers

At New Leaf Family, we aren’t looking to provide you with a quick fix and send you on your way. We want to help you accomplish both your short and long-term goals. Our experienced Wheat Ridge divorce lawyers will help you gain clarity about the future that you desire, whatever it may look like.

While we will offer you thorough legal advice based upon our knowledge of Colorado family laws, we will also offer you unwavering support during this challenging time in your life. We have a network of professionals, including coaches, counselors, realtors, financial advisors, auto mechanics, and various other service providers, who can supply you with the necessary resources for success.

Additionally, we try to mitigate the financial stress that divorce can have on your life by tailoring our prices to your individual budget. Since we don’t know the exact amount of time your case will take, we offer fixed-rate costs so that you can plan ahead and prevent any surprises.

Why Choose New Leaf Family’s Wheat Ridge Divorce Lawyers

We know all too well the toll that divorce can take on you mentally, emotionally, and financially. You are probably experiencing a myriad of emotions -  anger, sadness, hopelessness, fear, etc…It can be hard to see past these emotions and make good decisions. That’s where we come in. We are passionate about providing sound legal counsel and helping you work towards what’s best for you.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to New Leaf Family. Even if you aren’t sure yet if divorce is the right move, we can help you understand the different paths available to you and where they’d each lead you to. Call our Wheat Ridge divorce lawyers now to for a free case evaluation

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