Legal challenge of any type is difficult to navigate without the help of an experienced lawyer. At our firm, we recognize that no two cases are alike. Rather than offer one-size-fits-all solutions, we tailor our approach to fit each client's unique needs and aspirations. Simply put, your goals are our goals.
If you are overwhelmed by debt, bankruptcy is a legal tool that can help stop creditor harassment & help you get on the path to a fresh start. Our attorneys can help you discharge debts in a Chapter 7 proceeding or reorganize them in a Chapter 13 proceeding. We will take every available step to protect your assets & empower you to move forward.
Though there are many issues that can arise during a divorce, we help our clients stay focused on their ultimate goals. We assist with matters such as child custody, child support and property division. For high net worth couples, we take steps to help our clients protect assets and locate undisclosed assets.
We encourage you to contact us if you have questions concerning bankruptcy, family law, probate or tax law. Attorney Harold Faletti is available to provide personalized attention and address your concerns.
While some divorces are amicable, couples that have decided to end their marriage often are angry and upset with one another. In some cases, this may lead to conduct that is intended to punish the other spouse for a perceived wrong or simply to move the process of disentangling each party’s lives from one another. […]Read More
While many people think of issues related to child custody and child support in relation to the process of getting a divorce, parents who have never been married to one another routinely deal with these kinds of issues. Below is some basic information regarding custody and support for unmarried parents. For specific information about your case, […]Read More
When a military member decides to end his or her marriage, one of the main issues that is often contested is how the marital property will be divided. Divorce is governed by state law, and Colorado courts divide marital property based upon a legal principle known as “equitable distribution.” Under equitable distribution, property is divided in […]Read More