Property & Debt Division Attorney in Broomfield, CO
Handling All Aspects of Asset and Debt Division
As a general rule, all property acquired during marriage is considered marital property and must be fairly divided during divorce. Because the Colorado family courts have changed their philosophy in recent years, the couple’s home no longer automatically goes to the wife. The financial circumstances of both parties will come into play in creating an equitable agreement.
At the Faletti Law Office, P.C., you can count on knowledgeable counsel and attentive representation in all Colorado family law matters, including the equitable division of assets, debts and pensions in divorce. Such cases may involve:
- Physical property: Divorcing couples must determine who will get the houses, cars, boats, vacation homes and other tangible assets.
- Financial assets: Couples must also divide financial assets such as retirement accounts, pensions, 401(k)s, bank accounts and stock options.
- QDROs: Qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs) must be completed promptly and properly. Our Colorado law firm can help you do so.
- Bankruptcy or significant debts: In this economy, financial troubles often come hand in hand with divorce. With a background in financial and business matters, our attorney can help you craft your debt division agreement to avoid common pitfalls.
In divorce cases, it is important to retain a lawyer who is not only a skilled negotiator, but who is also well known in the local court system. Attorney Harold Faletti has both these qualities.
Speak to a Thornton Marital Debt Division Lawyer
Questions about asset division in Colorado? Do not hesitate to contact our Broomfield lawyer for division of marital property and debts. We serve clients in Thornton, Boulder and all the neighboring cities. Schedule an initial consultation by calling the Faletti Law Office, P.C., at 303-438-8477 or contact us online.