Military Divorce Lawyer in Colorado
Helping Military Families with Divorce in Denver, Evergreen, Englewood, Colorado Springs, and Boulder
The demands of military service can present unique challenges to those facing divorce or parental rights actions in Colorado, especially while one is serving in a foreign theater. The Harris Law Firm has worked with numerous current and former members of the armed services, and we understand what it takes to manage a family while also serving our great nation. Our military family law attorneys in Colorado are skilled counselors, negotiators, and litigators, and we will ensure that your interests and the interests of your children are protected.
Family Law Issues for Military Couples & Children
Military families have special concerns when dealing with divorce that your attorney should understand and be experienced with addressing.
- Child Custody & Visitation - Creating a parenting plan and determining custody is already a difficult matter but is amplified when one parent is on active duty and may be serving overseas. Parenting plans can and should be developed to take into account a serving parent’s extended time away from home and the consequences of performing difficult missions.
- Child Support & Spousal Maintenance - It's no secret that military service members are not the wealthiest citizens. That's why fair and reasonable child support and alimony are essential for the well-being of all parties involved.
- Property Division - Divorce agreements should be crafted to appropriately divide the many special assets of military personnel such as the military pension, the TSP, and VA benefits.
Contact The Harris Law Firm to Resolve Your Military Divorce
Both sides in a military divorce have an interest in resolving these issues in a reasonable manner so as to avoid adversely impacting security clearances and promotions. Our military divorce attorneys in Colorado understand the unique stressors for military families and are prepared to guide you to a favorable conclusion of your divorce.
If you are a service member or are the spouse of a service member, and have a Colorado family law matter, let us be of assistance to you. Please call The Harris Law Firm and schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys at (303) 622-5502.