Determining a parenting plan in a child custody case is often one of the most challenging and heart-wrenching aspects of a divorce. While you can work to recover financial assets, the time you lose with your children can never be regained.


A divorce can be one of the most stressful experiences a person ever experiences. This life-altering event can be emotionally and financially draining.  We understand what you’re going through, and it is our goal to deliver successful results.


Regardless of whether you’re in Denver, CO, or New York City, the law requires that all legal parents support their children. This law still applies even if one of the parents has no legal or physical custody of the child. By law, the parent is still obligated to provide financial support.


You can accumulate quite a bit during a marriage. Houses, cars, bank accounts, business interests, investments, electronics, and even airline miles need to be divided. A Colorado divorce attorney can work with you to divide your marital property amicably. If there’s a disagreement, then the lawyer may recommend mediation.


The definition of paternity is the “state of being a father.”  There are two ways to establish paternity. Voluntary: Both parents agree who the father is. The father’s name is added to the birth certificate once he signs a “Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity” form.  Court Action: When there’s a disagreement about who the father is, the court will get involved.


Once a divorce is final, the terms must be adhered to by both parties. However, if life, health, or financial circumstances change, one party can request a modification to the agreement, known as a post-decree. A post-decree modification involves a request to change terms such as child support, parenting time, visitation rights, or spousal support.


It’s a common myth that estate planning is only for the wealthy. However, the truth is that everyone has an estate. An estate consists of everything you own, from real estate, investments, and retirement plans to your bank account and furniture. It’s imperative to have a plan that outlines your wishes.


A traffic violation in Denver, CO, can quickly escalate and have life-altering consequences, especially if you don’t know your rights. Regardless of the circumstances, you deserve legal representation that ensures you’re treated fairly. We work with clients to reduce fines and charges to lessen the impact of these violations.


It’s never too early to start planning your estate. Many people think that this task isn’t important until they’re older or they’ve amassed wealth. Life, however, can throw an expected curveball, and it’s necessary to have a plan in place for what happens both during your life and after your death.


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At Popp Law, we can take you from getting a free consultation, right through to getting your life and/or business back in order and back to what you would rather be doing.