Parental custody is often the first thing divorcing couples will think of before calling their local divorce
attorneys. As we defined in our previous post, physical custody is the court given
right to a parent to live with their child after a divorce.
Many divorcing couples will come to an agreement about custody easily, but when they cannot
determine this on their own, the court will decide for them
When determining custody, the court will always choose what they think is best for the children. This
means that this battle will vary in difficulty, depending on the type of person you or your ex is, where you
decide to live, and so forth.
If You Own a Business
If you consider retirement assets in terms of the value they will have at the time of your retirement,
versus today, it is easy to see that they are of huge significance. Because of this, this is often something
that people will fight very hard for during a divorce.
Other Personal Property and Assets
For many divorcing couples, this happens to be lower on the priority list because most people don’t own
additional assets that are all that valuable. If someone fights for these, it is usually out of sentimental
At Alexander and Ewert, LLC Attorneys at Law, we’re here to help you through your divorce and
demystify the legal complexities. If you’re ready to contact a local divorce attorney in the Fort Collins,
and Northern Colorado area, call us today!
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