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Lakewood Alimony Lawyer

Vigilant In The Protection Of Our Clients’ Interests

Going through a divorce is difficult emotionally and financially. These financial pressures can increase down the road, so it is important to obtain a divorce settlement that can make provisions for and help you adjust to your new circumstances. This could include an order for spousal maintenance, also known as alimony or spousal support.

At Pearson & Paris, P.C., our attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience in divorce and related matters. We are knowledgeable in the law and creative in our approach to issues involving maintenance, child support and property division. Let us review your situation and explain the law concerning spousal maintenance.

Contact our firm today for an initial consultation regarding all of your alimony concerns. We serve clients throughout the Denver metro area, including Lakewood, Littleton, Englewood, Wheat Ridge and Arvada.

Maintenance Attorneys With A Creative Approach

In Colorado, judges have great discretion when it comes to awarding maintenance. They may award temporary maintenance, rehabilitative maintenance (designed to help one spouse get the skills needed to earn a living) or permanent maintenance.

If you have been the person primarily responsible for the home and the children while your spouse earned a living, you may need assistance getting back on your feet. You may have given up career and educational opportunities to focus on your family. Perhaps you have worked, but earned far less than your spouse. Our lawyers can help you achieve a maintenance award or divorce settlement that can help you move forward in your life.

Alimony Help For Primary Wage Earners

If you were the primary wage earner in your marriage, we can help you avoid the imposition of an unfair maintenance award. You may have earned a good living, but lost a job in the tough economy. You may have earned considerably more than your spouse, but the marriage was short. Whatever the circumstances are, our attorneys will assist you in protecting your hard-earned income.

Opting Out Of Maintenance/Alimony

In some cases, the spouses can opt out of maintenance altogether in favor of a particular property settlement. Since maintenance is taxable for the receiver and tax-deductible for the payer, it is important to carefully examine the effect of taxation, as well as other aspects of maintenance. Our Lakewood alimony attorneys have the experience and knowledge needed to help you make the right decisions about this subject.

Contact Our Colorado Spousal Support Law Firm

For an initial consultation about a spousal maintenance matter, contact Pearson & Paris, P.C.