Divorce Attorney in Denver, CO
For Denver, CO, divorce law representation, act quickly and call Jennifer Anntoinette Rivera & Associates. One of our experienced legal professionals can provide you with the personal attention that you deserve in Denver, CO. We also offer flexible appointment availability so that you can meet with us at a time that works best for your busy schedule, and to make our services more easily accessible, we keep our attorney fees reasonable.
Going through a separation or divorce can be difficult for anyone, but we can guide you through the legal steps of the process, providing honest and practical advice along the way. We are familiar with domestic violence law, should this be applicable to your situation. We can also help you protect your best interests if children are involved, as we have experience in child custody and child support law in Denver. Whatever your unique needs, you can rest assured that we will work hard for you.
Denver, CO, divorce law can be complicated, but the legal team at Jennifer Anntoinette Rivera & Associates will be happy to answer your questions and address any concerns that you may have. Allow us to demonstrate our thorough commitment to your interests and your children's welfare by entrusting your Denver, CO, case to us. Schedule now and protect your rights!
Marital Property Division Issues in Colorado Divorce Denver, CO
Because the termination of a marriage involves the financial disentanglement of one spouse from the other, the division of marital assets and liabilities represents an essential step in the divorce process.
Although Colorado family courts will usually take an equal division of marital property as the starting point, state law requires an equitable distribution rather than an equal one. To learn how an experienced attorney's advice can protect your interests on property division issues in divorce, contact the office of Jennifer Anntoinette Rivera & Associates in Denver.
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Our law firm has handled property division in divorces of all shapes and sizes since 1983. We can help you define your priorities and objectives while protecting you against mistakes. Once you develop a good sense of what you should receive under the law, we can work toward achieving your goals through negotiation, mediation, arbitration or litigation.
Jennifer Rivera's trial experience means that you won't be pushed into an unnecessary compromise just to keep your case out of court. She's known for her attention to detail, skill with evidence and willingness to fight when it makes sense to do so. These attributes can help protect the value of a strong bargaining position.
You can count on our law firm for focused client service across the full range of property division issues:
- Asset and income disclosure — has your spouse been complete and accurate in identifying all of his or her property?
- Characterization of particular assets as separate or marital property
- Characterization issues concerning marital or separate debts
- Enforceability of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement concerning specific property
- Valuation of business assets, corporate holdings, pension or retirement accounts, residential or vacation real estate, and investment portfolios
- QDROs for the division of pension benefits
Find out how a knowledgeable lawyer can help you develop a sound approach to the property and debt division issues that will come up in your divorce. Contact the law firm of Jennifer Anntoinette Rivera & Associates in Denver.
Divorce Decree Modifications in Denver, CO
If your current financial situation has changed since your divorce decree was granted, you may be able to obtain a divorce decree modification on your alimony or child support payments. At Jennifer Anntoinette Rivera & Associates, we are experienced in handling divorce decree modifications or post-decree modifications for our clients.
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It is possible to file for modification of the allocation of parental responsibilities or parenting time if circumstance have changes since the original order was entered. A support or custody modification requires a continuing change in circumstances. Your ability to obtain a modification depends upon a change in circumstances either in your financial situation or that of your former spouse.