Several years ago, the Colorado State Legislature enacted a statute containing updated guidelines governing how alimony (spousal support) should be determined in Colorado. This law plays a significant role in the way the court will rule during an alimony dispute as part of a divorce action.
In the following video, Split Simple attorney-mediator Chris Griffith explains some of the guidelines governing spousal support in Colorado.
At Split Simple, all of our attorney-mediators are licensed family law attorneys who know the state laws that apply to your case. By providing you with the guidelines used to resolve your alimony dispute, we can guide you and your spouse to an agreement that is fair for both parties and will be approved by the court. This is one of the many benefits you will experience by choosing divorce mediation instead of a traditional litigated divorce.
If you would like to learn how you can achieve a smarter, simpler, and more cost effective divorce process through mediation, please contact Split Simple using the form on this page or call (855) 665-9920 today to schedule your free consultation. We serve clients in Denver, Aurora, Boulder and throughout the Front Range of Colorado.