Colorado Spousal Support/Maintenance/Alimony Lawyers
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Colorado family law refers to alimony or spousal support as “maintenance. If you are going through a divorce, A Colorado divorce court will consider maintenance award. Maintenance may actually be awarded if
· One party is unable to support themselves by appropriate employment or marital assets
· Appropriate for a temporary period
The Denver spousal maintenance lawyers at Watson & Associates, LLC will provide vigorous representation and fight for your rights to spousal maintenance. Our law firm is comprised of highly skilled and experienced in Colorado family law and will fight for any spousal maintenance that you deserve.
Spousal Entitlements in Denver
Spousal Support is not automatic under Colorado family law simply because there is a divorce. The courts look at certain factors such as the life style that you were used to, the length of the marriage, your earning potential and the ability of the other person to pay while still maintaining his or her life necessities.
Modification of Spousal Support
If you are considering modification of spousal support to an existing Colorado maintenance order, our attorneys can represent you to request a modification. Colorado family law provides us with some guidance and criteria that could allow you to request either a decrease or increase support modification.
Family Law Services
In addition to representing clients in a spousal support or spousal maintenance case, our Denver family law attorneys also can assist with:
- Enforcement of spousal support orders
- Modification of existing alimony
- Entitlements to spousal maintenance during divorce
- Family Law
- Out of state issues
- Child custody
Are you entitled to Alimony?
Colorado Spousal support is not automatic. As you contemplate divorce, never assume that your are automatically entitled to alimony simply because you were married. You must also consider such things as your ability to earn income, whether or not the other party can afford to pay spousal maintenance while still maintaining his or her every-day life necessities. Have one of our Watson family law attorneys evaluate your situation to see if you should file for spousal maintenance.
When speaking to an experienced Denver divorce attorney in our office, find out whether you have a chance at obtaining spousal maintenance. Remember, alimony is not automatic. Colorado family law courts must apply certain legal test and consider certain guidelines before awarding you maintenance .We can also assist you in filling out the required family law forms.
Statewide Family Law Representation
Watson family law and divorce attorneys represent clients throughout the Denver metro areas and Colorado. This includes clients from Arapahoe county, Adams County, Jefferson County, Denver County, Aurora, Centennial, Parker, Cherry Creek, Lakewood, Thornton, Greeley, Commerce City, Vail, Colorado Springs, Boulder, Fort Collins and Broomfield.
When you need help with spousal maintenance (alimony), collaborative divorce, child custody and child support matters contact our Denver family law attorneys at (720) 941 7200.
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Watson & Associates, LLC
925 S. Niagara St, Suite 600
Denver, Colorado 80224
(720) 941 7200