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Dissolution: The Amicable Alternative to Divorce

What Is Dissolution?

When a marriage is no longer working, and staying together is not an option, several choices will need to be made agreed upon.  Some couples can separate without having to go through the emotionally draining and difficult process of trial.  There is no need to have a tumultuous battle if you can agree on terms of child support, asset division and spousal support. In these amicable cases, dissolution is a perfect option.

Dissolution is the closing or dismissal of a partnership or marriage, or a legal end to an entity.  When a couple chooses to dissolve a marriage, the guidance of an experienced Boulder divorce and dissolution lawyer helps immensely in making for a smooth and minimally painful process.  We know that divorce is never easy, but we can help to relieve as much emotional turbulence as possible.

What Does Dissolution Involve?

When both parties can agree on the terms of the dissolution and work together to move the process along, they can choose to create a petition of dissolution. This is done without the need for litigation or negotiations back and forth. Without the involvement of litigation, both parties are more in control of the outcome. 

The terms that must be agreed upon include:

  • Division of assets
  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Spousal support (if applicable)

Once these terms have been discussed and agreed upon, you will both sign the separation agreement and file for dissolution.

Dissolution Guidance in Boulder

We understand how helpful it is to have someone on your side who wants the same thing that you do: to make your dissolution and transition as smooth and stress-free as possible.  Our team is available to answer your questions and provide the guidance you need during your separation. Let our team at Michael C. Morphew, Attorney at Law stand by your side and be there when you need support.

Call (303) 622-3828 to reach a Boulder dissolution lawyer at our office, or contact us online here.