How Property Is Divided In A Colorado Divorce Or Legal Separation
Colorado determines property division in a divorce by equitable distribution. This means assets and debts will be divided fairly, but not always 50/50. Several complex issues can arise when determining how to divide property, such as:
- Assessment and division of retirement accounts
- Dealing with property in an upside-down housing market
Because of this, it can often be difficult to come to an agreement regarding property division during a divorce, legal separation or the end of a common law marriage.
Let Us Use Our Knowledge To Help You
At Warkentine Law Office in Broomfield, attorney Brent Warkentine has over 20 years of experience helping individuals ascertain marital property and debts — even those in the most complicated disputes.
Brent often works with a network of experts to assess and valuate property, including accountants skilled with qualified domestic relation orders (QDROs) who can assist with retirement accounts and mortgage brokers to assist with real estate issues.
Brent will work with you to reach an agreement with your spouse outside of court; however, if the matter cannot resolve amicably, he has extensive experience in the courtroom. He will protect your rights.
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Schedule an appointment with Brent Warkentine today. Contact our office online or call 720-443-5849.
We offer free 30-minute consultations with a lawyer.