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Colorado Divorce Attorneys

What you need to know to protect you and your assets.

Divorce can be stressful and costly. We will fight to protect your rights.

Divorce can be the most stressful event you will ever experience. It can also be costly. You need a lawyer who will fight aggressively for you. The details of child custody, child support, property division, and spousal maintenance can be confusing and emotionally painful. At Robinson & Henry, we’ll work to protect your rights and help you choose the best options for your situation. No two cases are alike. Our family law lawyers will advocate for you at the negotiation table and in a court of law. Let our experience guide you. Contact us now for a consultation.

Colorado Divorce Attorneys Resources

Dissolution of Marriage

Family Law, DivorceAttorney: Marlana A. Caruso

June 21, 2021 – While some Colorado divorce proceedings can be handled quickly, other cases are more complex. Either way, the Robinson & Henry Family Law Team is here to help the proceedings along as smoothly as possible without sacrificing quality of service.

In this case, our client’s divorce proceedings had been dragging on for quite some time when he reached out to us. Our client’s matter was further complicated by distance, as he had moved out of state while his former spouse still resided in Colorado.
Our R&H Family Law Team was able to finalize the dissolution of marriage while significantly lowering our client’s required monthly maintenance payments to his former spouse.

Speedy Dissolution of Marriage

Family Law, DivorceAttorney: Marlana A. Caruso
June 21, 2021 –  On average, Colorado divorce proceedings typically last six months to a year. However, a savvy divorce attorney can shorten that window and kickstart your healing process.
In this case, our family law attorneys were able to finalize divorce proceedings for our client within a three-month timeframe. We also were able to get our client some extra money for joint debts accrued during the marriage.

Estate Planning During Divorce

Estate Planning & Elder Law, DivorceAttorney: Robinson & Henry

April 22, 2021 – One’s estate plan is not always top of mind in the midst of a divorce. This client, though, knew estate planning would be an essential part of the dissolution of their marriage.

Our Estate Planning Team created a trust that will protect our client’s assets and their children’s inheritance. As a result, our client has one less thing to worry about during this stressful time in their life.

High Asset Divorce

Family Law, DivorceAttorney: Mark C. Smith

April 14, 2021 – Divorce can be an expensive and lengthy event. In this case, however, the R&H Family Law Team helped our client and the opposing party find common ground outside of court relatively quickly.

Our client brought substantial assets to the marriage, which was of short duration. The parties disagreed about how to value and divide some of the marital property. Our attorney counseled this client throughout the process, providing sound legal advice. As a result, our client avoided financial disaster, and the parties reached a settlement they could accept.

Complex Divorce

Family Law, DivorceAttorney: Cierra Garso

April 14, 2021 – In this family law matter, an individual sought help after their long-time partner filed for divorce. The couple had been together for many years, but they never married.

A judge likely would have deemed this relationship a common-law marriage. However, through aggressive negotiations, our divorce attorneys obtained an out-of-court settlement in this complex case. Resolving this matter outside the courtroom saved our client quite a bit of money.

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Divorce & Attorney’s Fees Awarded

Family Law, DivorceAttorney: Daniel Zarnowski

April 7, 2021 – Divorce is difficult for clients, especially when children are involved. In this case, we obtained the client’s desired parenting time, decision-making responsibilities, and child support. Our client was also awarded attorney’s fees, meaning their ex-spouse would be responsible for paying them.