Securing Favorable Property Settlements In Denver Divorces

In matters of divorce, Colorado law states that property distribution is to be equitable. Equitable, however, does not necessarily mean equal. The past practices of our local judges are well-known to our attorneys and give us an insight into how to advise our clients relative to our judges' past positions from cases we have tried before them.

All marital property must be fully disclosed and valued, and an equitable resolution of all matters with your spouse attempted via either negotiated property settlement through your experienced attorney or at court-required mediation (alternative dispute resolution). If all matters, including parenting time (visitation), decision-making (custody), child support, maintenance (alimony) and attorneys' fees cannot be successfully and completely negotiated into a written contract (separation agreement), then our lawyers are fully prepared to take you through the next step: trial.

If you are concerned about a fair property settlement in your pending divorce in Routt County or surrounding counties of the Yampa Valley, or anywhere in Colorado call Cantafio Hammond. We are a team of experienced Denver divorce and family law attorneys who understand the importance of protecting your financial interests in property settlements. We have substantial experience with judges in local county courts throughout the region, giving us the benefit of understanding how they are likely to rule on property valuation, categorization and distribution issues.

Our lawyers represent clients in legal matters throughout Colorado. Contact us to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced Steamboat Springs divorce lawyers today.

We Turn To Independent Property Valuation Experts When Necessary

We have the experience to know when it is in your best interest to turn to independent resources in complex property cases involving:

  • Ownership of multiple residences
  • Investments in commercial properties
  • Ownership of businesses and private practices
  • High-asset spousal maintenance
  • Security investments
  • Pensions, 401(k)s and other retirement funds
  • Overseas investments

Negotiated Settlements Whenever Possible, Trial Skills When Necessary

Even if you and your spouse are able to settle most divorce and property matters at your kitchen table, it is still important to get good legal counsel to protect your rights. We are compassionate about your circumstances and will work hard to resolve as many issues as possible in amicable negotiations. If your case must go to trial, we prepare carefully and staunchly protect your rights.

Contact An Experienced Routt County Property Division Lawyer

We take the time to empower our clients with a clear understanding of the legal process and how decisions will affect the outcome of their case. Since the firm's founding in 1986, our lawyers have been serving the people of Colorado, as well as out-of-state clients needing effective local legal counsel and representation. We practice with integrity, including responsive communications and reasonable fees based on transparent billing policies.

You can reach our Denver office at 720-515-5947 or our Steamboat Springs location at 970-367-4373, or use our convenient email contact form. All major credit cards are accepted. Our offices are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, with special evening and weekend appointments by request.