Denver Divorce Lawyers

Guiding You Through the Divorce Process

Divorce is a very unsettling and challenging process. It is a permanent change to the family structure, with many issues that need to be addressed such as parental responsibilities for minor children, division of marital assets and debts, segregation of separate property, maintenance, child support, and custody of pets, among other issues unique to each family.

Frost & Beck, PC is a family law firm with decades of legal experience handling divorce cases throughout Colorado. Our dedicated team of Denver divorce attorneys understands the ins and outs of a “dissolution of marriage” as it’s known legally and can help you through the process with relative ease.

While we cannot take away all the stress and pain that comes with the end of a marriage, what we can do is offer our compassionate support and helpful legal advice and representation, which will alleviate much of the legal burden of divorce from your shoulders. Our goal is to ensure you get the most out of your divorce and that everyone involved is treated fairly and justly, especially any children who may be involved.

Contact our Denver divorce lawyers at (720) 330-4623 or online to set up your initial consultation to discuss your case.

The Most Important Thing a Lawyer Can Do: Listen to the Client

When you come to the office of Frost & Beck, PC, our Denver divorce lawyers will sit down with you and listen to your story. We know that every family law case is unique. We will take the time to hear your situation and help you choose the best solutions for proceeding with your case. Our lawyers will explain all your available options, give you clear and truthful answers, and explain possible outcomes so that you have the confidence to go forward with your plans with realistic goals.

Our Denver divorce lawyers work toward finding an effective resolution to every issue. But the reality is that sometimes it requires an aggressive fight to protect our clients' interests. We combine our years of knowledge and litigation experience to prepare your case.

We find that working as a team broadens the knowledge base we have to work with and enhances our ability to bring your case to a successful resolution. By keeping you involved in our team approach as well, you will be empowered to make critical decisions throughout your case.

Property Division Considerations in Colorado Divorce Proceedings

Many Denver, Colorado, residents have serious questions and concerns about their personal finances and future financial security as they begin the divorce process. Some people assume that they will be forced to split their assets 50-50 in property division, while others underestimate the kinds and amounts of marital property they may be entitled to. That is why it is so important for anyone facing the prospect of divorce to be acquainted with Colorado property division guidelines before entering into negotiations.

According to the American Bar Association, Colorado is an equitable distribution state. That means that property division proceedings conducted by the court are handled in a way that is intended to be fair and equitable to both parties involved. Therefore, the valuation and distribution of marital assets may not necessarily result in an even division of property. The court can take several factors into consideration when determining the most appropriate way to distribute marital assets, such as the length of the marriage and the personal finances of each spouse.

The equitable distribution of assets typically revolves around dividing marital property. Personal assets and investments accumulated prior to marriage are generally considered non-marital property and are therefore exempt from property division proceedings. However, there are instances where the non-marital property can become marital property. Personal inheritance money that is deposited into a joint savings account can be considered marital property, for example. Also, funds contributed to one spouse’s 401(k) plan during the course of the marriage are also typically subject to property division.

Offering Empathy & Understanding While Vigorously Protecting Your Rights in Family Law Cases

When you call in with a question or concern regarding your case, you will speak to someone who has the knowledge to understand and empathize with your circumstances. We explain things clearly, and we make sure you understand how the legal issues will impact your decisions.

Our team has extensive experience litigating resolutions regarding every divorce issue, including:

What Not To Do During a Divorce

During your divorce, it is wise to avoid the following:

  • Refusing to let your child(ren) see their other parent
  • Purchasing things in your spouse's name
  • Arguing with your spouse or treating them poorly, especially over text or voicemail
  • Posting on social media about the details of your divorce or negative things about your spouse
  • Involving a new significant other in your child(ren)'s life
  • Withholding information from your lawyer, causing potential communication issues

Contact Denver Contested Divorce Attorneys · Uncontested Divorce

At Frost & Beck, PC, we know that divorce is far from easy, but we are here to support you throughout the entire process. From the get-go, we will help you understand which options are right for you, including whether you and your spouse can benefit from a more aggressive and traditional approach. You will be involved with every decision we make on your behalf, so you can be confident that your divorce will be treated in a way that both makes you comfortable and works to your benefit.

Call us at (720) 330-4623 or contact us online to arrange a consultation with one of our Denver divorce lawyers today. From our office in Centennial, our attorneys advise and represent clients and communities throughout the Front Range.

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  • Personalized Attention & Care
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With experience and knowledge of both domestic and international family law, our attorneys provide comprehensive legal services to meet our clients' individual and distinct needs.