Caring Colorado Alimony Attorney Looks Out for Your Best Interests
Dedicated lawyer seeks fair spousal support arrangements for clients in the Denver area
When you and your spouse divorce, there are a number of decisions you must make that will have a long-term impact on your quality of life. One of the decisions the Colorado courts generally make on behalf of those involved is whether or not one spouse must provide the other with monetary support, which is also known as alimony or spousal support. At Garts Law LLC, I am a family law attorney with extensive experience guiding clients in the Denver area and throughout Colorado in divorce actions involving alimony. I understand the stress involved in any divorce and know that dealing with financial matters often makes the process even more difficult. Whether you are the recipient of support or must pay it, I offer compassionate counsel and tireless advocacy in guiding you toward a result that protects you and your family.
Compassionate Colorado advocate assists with alimony negotiations and litigation
When determining whether or not alimony should be granted, how much should be awarded, and how long it should continue, Colorado judges weigh certain factors, including a couple’s length of marriage, their standard of living during the marriage, the relative income of each individual, and the needs of each spouse. Retaining an experienced and trusted alimony attorney can help you convince the court of your need for support, increasing the chance that alimony will be awarded. Alternatively, I can also work to convince the judge that your ex-spouse does not need spousal support or needs less than he or she asked for.
There are four types of alimony agreements that may be available to you:
- Temporary alimony. This type of alimony provides support during the divorce action, which may include attorney fees and relevant litigation costs.
- Rehabilitative alimony. Rehabilitative alimony helps a dependent spouse become self-reliant and may end when an ex-spouse has found a job or has completed his or her education.
- Reimbursement alimony. This type of alimony is awarded to the spouse who worked to support the family while the other spouse pursued professional training or career development. It may end or the amount paid may decrease once the spouse has been compensated.
- Permanent alimony. Permanent alimony is given to a spouse who is seriously ill or who has demonstrated economic need. This agreement can be modified due to changing financial needs or other circumstances.
I take the time to determine what kind of alimony is the best for your situation.
Caring advocate strives for your peace of mind
At Garts Law LLC, I represent clients who are seeking alimony as well as those who will be required to pay it. My clients are often concerned about whether they are required to pay alimony if their circumstances change. Others come to me when they are not receiving the alimony payments specified by the agreement. I can help you present evidence to the court as to why the amount you pay should be decreased or request that the court properly enforce the existing alimony agreement. My goal is to ensure a fair result that protects your standard of living.
Contact a compassionate Colorado family law attorney for alimony assistance
At Garts Law LLC, I am dedicated to working toward an equitable alimony result for the clients I represent throughout Colorado. Call me at 303-395-5179 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation at my Denver office.