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Dissolving a marriage is never an easy decision. Not only do you need to think about ending your marriage and what is best for you, it is important to also consider how your decision affects your entire family. A variety of issues impact your divorce, including finances, where you will live, and your children. Michele Cline understands how difficult the divorce process can be, both practically and emotionally, and she works with each client individually to determine the best way he or she can address their goals during this difficult process of ending their marriage.

 Divorce is Complicated

Chances are the moment you began speaking openly about your divorce with friends and family, you were inundated with advice and information. Though they mean well, most people have a limited understanding of how the family law court system works in Colorado. Not to mention how different laws are from state to state and with how much frequency those laws change. This is why it is so important to hire a family law attorney who understands all aspects of Colorado family law.

One of the biggest surprises about dissolving a marriage is how complicated the process is legally. Most people understand that ending a marriage is a tough emotional decision, but few are prepared for the detailed nature of the legal process of dissolving a marriage. Since ending a marriage is about undoing a relationship that was sanctioned by law, spouses must pay special attention to what the law requires to end that relationship. Even on the best emotional terms, navigating the Colorado family law court system requires the support of an experienced family law attorney.

Divorce Involves Sensitive Issues

Every family is different and everyone seeking a dissolution of marriage is faced with issues that are unique to their circumstances. Finding an attorney who understands the sensitive nature of these issues is essential.

Never is this truer than when divorce affects children. Your children are most important and must be protected during this difficult process. Whether you and your spouse want to work together to create an arrangement that is satisfactory to everyone involved or you are faced with complicated issues, such as property division, spousal maintenance, or allocation of parental responsibilities, you need a family law attorney on your side who understands your priorities.

There are no short cuts when it comes to what is best for your family. Whether you and your soon-to-be-former spouse are open to a collaborative divorce or high conflict exists, an experienced attorney is your greatest asset during this challenging transition.

If you have made the difficult decision to end your marriage or your spouse has presented you with a divorce petition and you need help with the next step, the Cline Law Firm can help. Contact Michele Cline at (303) 376-6269 for more information or to schedule a consultation.

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