Every divorce case is different, but the process can often go more smoothly if both parties are open to negotiation and compromise. However, this does not mean you have to give up things that are very important to you. At Faletti Law Office, P.C., we will protect your rights and help you realize your goals as fully as possible.

Before you begin the process of divorcing your spouse, you may have questions about the divorce process and how it works. The best way to ensure that you get accurate answers to your questions is to speak to a lawyer — information from a friend, relative or from the Internet may not be accurate, or may not apply to your particular circumstances. The first step in the divorce process is to contact a lawyer.

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The first step is separation. After that, our attorneys can file your divorce petition, which will be followed by a status conference before the court. You will need to disclose all of your assets, and your former spouse will need to do the same. It is very important to be honest in your disclosure; if you suspect that your spouse is hiding assets, our attorneys can take steps to locate them.

Before going to court, many couples first attend mediation. If you are able to work out a solution with your former spouse in mediation, then you will not need to go to court. However, if mediation is unsuccessful, your case will then proceed to court.

In cases that involve custody battles, a Child Family Investigator (CFI) may be appointed. The CFI may recommend that you or your former spouse take parenting classes.

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To schedule a consultation with Harold Faletti Law Office, P.C., call our Denver-area office at 303-438-8477.

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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.