Legal Separation in Colorado
Our Denver Divorce Attorney Has Handled Hundreds of Cases
For a variety of reasons, couples in Denver might wish to avoid the often-messy
divorce process and choose to pursue legal separation instead. Legal separation
is a good option for those who wish to end their marriage without ending
many of the benefits that marriage grants you.
If you are seeking a legal separation from your spouse, turn to the experienced
Denver divorce attorneys at
Peek Family Law. Our entire team is fully dedicated to the rights and interests of our
clients, and are committed to helping you resolve your case in the best
possible manner for you and your family.
Interested in legal separation or divorce in Colorado? Call our experienced
team today at
(303) 857-5797 to learn how we can help.
Legal Separation vs. Divorce
There are many reasons why couples choose legal separation over divorce.
Most commonly, it is to either protect certain benefits of marriage, or
to avoid divorce on religious or moral grounds. The primary difference
between the two is that in a divorce, the marriage will end completely.
In a legal separation, the couples will still be considered married from
a legal standpoint.
Other differences between separation and divorce include:
- Separated parties cannot remarry
- Separated parties maintain inheritance rights
- Separated parties can receive military benefits
- Separated parties may join spouse’s health care plan
Ready to get started? Schedule your initial case evaluation
Call Peek Family Law For Dedicated Counsel
For some couples, legal separation is an end goal. For others, it is merely
a stepping stone to a final dissolution of marriage. In your first meeting
with Peek Family Law, our Denver family law attorneys will take the time
to learn about you and your family’s unique needs. We can then work
to craft a legal strategy which will help you take the steps to move forward
with your life.
Peek Family Law is truly dedicated to families. Call
(303) 857-5797 today to learn what sets us apart.