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.
Harold Faletti is one of Colorado’s most experienced bankruptcy attorneys. For more than 30 years, he has provided counsel to families, individuals and small business owners seeking a fresh start through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 proceedings.
Bankruptcy can be a powerful and flexible tool that forces creditors to stop collection actions while you discharge and reorganize your debts. In many cases, it allows you to eliminate or repay debts at a discount to give you the financial breathing room you need. Faletti Law Office works closely with you every step of the way, helping you to decide what is best for your particular situation. Our office takes great pride in treating each case individually, communicating promptly at every stage of the bankruptcy process to ease our clients’ fears as they go through a difficult period in their lives.
For many clients, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the preferred way to move forward. It will help you discharge debts such as credit cards, medical bills, and car payments while keeping you safe from having to sell your home and other protected assets. In most cases, Chapter 7 bankruptcies can be settled in under six months.
For others, Chapter 13 bankruptcy makes more sense, allowing you to keep your home and your car. It is a better option for many people who have a regular and steady stream of income. In either instance, we’ll apply sound logic and accepted bankruptcy practices to ensure you can move forward in a way that makes the most sense for you.
Many other clients of Faletti Law Office seek us out for assistance related to family law issues. This can include things such as developing estate plans and property settlements, prosecuting and defending protective orders, child custody (now known as parenting time and allocation of parental responsibilities), visitation rights, negotiating parenting plans, and many other issues.
We know that among all the areas of family law, child custody and visitation rights can be the most sensitive and emotionally charged. Determining which spouse has legal custody is based on the child’s best interest. Many factors are involved, including the wishes of the parents and child, which parent can provide the most stable home environment while placing the child’s best interest ahead of their own, where the child is most closely rooted in the community in relation to friends, schools, doctors, as well as several other factors.
In instances such as these, Faletti Law Office uses more than 30 years of extensive family law knowledge and experience to make the best case for custody and support on behalf of our clients. We understand the nature of the court system and what it takes to convince the courts to give our clients the best possible and most desirable outcome.
Working closely with our clients on an individual basis, we make sure that visitation issues are decided fairly and equitably. In most cases, we seek to mediate issues between parties to minimize stress on all family members, but when needed, we can also make a strong case in front of a judge to protect our clients’ rights.
Divorce plays a prominent par in the majority of family cases handled by Faletti Law Office. Because each family situation is unique, each divorce case we handle is unique as well. As a result, our approach is individualized. We pay close attention to the important components of each case so that our clients can minimize difficult situations as they work through a highly charged event in their lives.
Many times, we are called upon to work with clients who have significant assets or who have entered into a pre- or post-nuptial agreement. By maintaining a good and open dialogue with both sides, we can avoid contentious situations and instead, create an amicable split of assets and an amicable parting of the ways.
While any divorce case can be complex, the most difficult ones involve children and determining parental rights of the divorcing parents.
In our roles as counselors, we seek to mediate between families when possible, minimizing the infliction of unnecessary emotional pain that can result in long-term post-divorce issues. Determining primary custody and an appropriate visitation schedule can be a tricky proposition, and by treating both sides with respect, most times we are able to work out a practical solution that meets the needs of both parties.
It is also our duty to make sure that our clients’ financial well-being is protected. We work with both sides to make sure that child support and alimony levels are appropriate based on current and potential income earning capabilities, also taking into account the education, job skills and occupation of both parties involved in the divorce.
Faletti Law Office focuses on family law, bankruptcy, real estate and criminally accused clients in Broomfield and the surrounding Colorado communities of Arvada, Westminster, Northglenn, Commerce City, Erie, Brighton, Lafayette, Longmont, Firestone, Thornton, Adams County, Jefferson County and beyond.
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