Learn about spousal support/alimony and how it is determined, Attorney Ben Currier explains in the video below. For more information about family law or divorce matters in Colorado, contact Miller & Steiert, PC today.  

In Colorado, each parent as long as they don’t otherwise have some kind of a problem, including a drug problem or an alcohol problem or having gone through a domestic violence case, stands relatively equal with the court. Once upon a time it used to be that the mother would have higher rights towards parenting […]

How do you choose a divorce attorney? Family law and getting a divorce is one of the toughest things that you can probably ever go through. The emotion and the struggle and the stress is immense. Finding a divorce attorney and a family law attorney who you feel comfortable with, who will be able to […]

What different types of things does a divorce attorney do for a client? A divorce attorney not only helps navigate the filings and the court process and any court hearings and procedures. A divorce and family law attorney also helps you with strategy, helps you with the law, and helps you make good decisions for […]

What is the divorce process with children? Much like filing a divorce without children, the petition for dissolution of marriage is filed with the court and various financial documentation is passed between the parties. The court holds a status conference in order to get a temperature check of how things are going, and whether there […]

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