Colorado Springs Divorce Attorney
Are you considering a divorce and are looking for an experienced and compassionate Divorce Attorney in Colorado Springs?
Mary Daugherty with Daugherty Law LLC is here to guide you through every stage of divorce. She knows that going through a divorce is one of the most overwhelming life events, both physically and mentally, and can leave you feeling unprotected and powerless.
Mary is here to provide the compassionate and experienced legal guidance you need to work through the process in the least stressful manner possible.
Whether you’re going through an uncontested divorce where you and your spouse are in agreement or a contested divorce where you’ll need some additional resources to forge an agreement, Mary Daugherty can help you.
Mary offers a Low-Cost Divorce option that will save you time and money for a Colorado Springs Divorce. You can check out the details HERE and see if this option is right for you. If you and your spouse are in basic agreements about the separation, then a Low-Cost Divorce might be the right answer for you.
Low-Cost Child Custody
Looking to save some money on Child Custody? Mary offers a Low-Cost Child Custody option that might be a good choice for you. You can Click HERE to see the details and make sure this option is right for you.
Referred to in Colorado as Declaration of Invalidity of Marriage, an annulment is an area in divorce and family law that rarely occurs and is often misunderstood.
Annulment is appropriate in circumstances when the marriage was legally invalid because of reasons such as lack of ability to consent, inability to consummate the marriage, underage of one of the parties (without consent of a parent, guardian or the court), fraud, duress, marriage in jest, or polygamy.
When it comes to dividing property or determining parenting time, however, there is no practical difference between an annulment and a dissolution of marriage in Colorado. Mary can adeptly help you determine whether a divorce or an annulment would be the most appropriate route.
Dividing assets like property, pensions and retirement funds can be a very tricky process. Our firm can help you identify and value marital assets precisely, thus giving you the support you require in order to know what property you’re entitled to and pursue accurate division. We can ideally help you comprehend the law as well as your options in regards to marital assets and debt.
Child support is an important, and often contentious issue. Although Colorado statute lays out factors and a specific formula for calculating child support, it’s important that you understand what kinds of income will be considered “income” in child support computations, the kinds of payments that can be deducted from child support, and extraneous factors that go into child support calculations.
Mary Daugherty can help and give advice about child support.
Referred to in Colorado as spousal maintenance or spousal support, the courts have tremendous discretion when it comes to calculating maintenance.
Temporary maintenance is sometimes required to be paid from one spouse to the other a divorce. At the final orders hearing, maintenance can also be awarded based on the incomes of the parties, needs of a spouse, factors set out in Colorado Statute, and the guidelines set forth in Colorado Statute.
Mary Daugherty can help and give advice.
When spouses can generally agree on how to divide property, parental decision-making, parenting time, child support, and whether alimony will be paid, the couple can submit their agreement to the court in an uncontested divorce.
Coming to an agreement should come at the end of a process of exchanging financial information and carefully considering your lives, post-divorce. This is a process that Mary knows well and in which she can empower you to make the best possible decisions in an uncontested divorce!
Mary can guide you through an uncontested divorce, thus saving you time, money and energy. Give divorce attorney Mary Daugherty a call today for help with your uncontested divorce!
No-fault divorce is much more common these days and certainly legal in Colorado. No reason needs to be given in regard to the dissolution of a marriage. All a couple must do is agree that a marriage is broken and over. “Irretrievably broken” is the technical term, and it is the way a no-fault divorce is handled in Colorado these days.
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Give Mary Daugherty a call now if you need the calm, steady hand of an experienced and compassionate divorce attorney. You need the best legal guidance during times of trouble – let Mary Daugherty be your guide.