Understanding Alimony in a High-Net-Worth Divorce

Understanding Alimony in a High-Net-Worth Divorce

  • February 13, 2024
  • Price Family Law
  • Divorce

If you’ve recently decided that a divorce is the best option for you and your spouse, you might be wondering how alimony — or, as it’s known in Colorado, maintenance — will work. This subject can be especially confusing when you have a high net worth. Divorce proceedings are complex, and when high-net-worth individuals are… Read More.

Does It Matter Who Files for Divorce First?

Does It Matter Who Files for Divorce First?

  • September 4, 2023
  • Price Family Law
  • Divorce

Is It Better to File for Divorce First in Colorado? The Pros and Cons of Filing First Are Personal Deciding to divorce signals a major change in your life. This decision sparks many questions. Divorce is a complex process often complicated by the range of emotions involved. You have a lot on your plate. Moving… Read More.

Do You Have to Pay Alimony if Your Spouse Cheats in Colorado?

Do You Have to Pay Alimony if Your Spouse Cheats in Colorado?

  • August 10, 2023
  • Price Family Law
  • Divorce

How Colorado Alimony Laws Affect You The Impact of Behaviors While divorce in and of itself may seem simple, its impact on couples and families is anything but. The issues that must be settled when marriages come to an end are numerous, and how they are determined is incredibly involved.  Support, alimony, spousal maintenance —… Read More.

How to File for Divorce in Colorado

How to File for Divorce in Colorado

  • July 27, 2023
  • Price Family Law
  • Divorce

A Colorado Divorce Attorney Can Help File for Divorce Divorce is something that should never be taken lightly, as your future and that of your children are at stake. However, if the problems in your marriage have gotten to the point where you feel that divorce is your only option, you should make sure it… Read More.

What Is Considered an Asset in Divorce?

What Is Considered an Asset in Divorce?

  • January 6, 2023
  • Price Family Law
  • Divorce

One of the most important aspects of a divorce case is the division of marital property. Each state has a method for accomplishing this sometimes complex task. In Colorado, courts divide property equitably, or based on what the judge determines to be fair, given each spouse’s financial situation as well as their history and capacity… Read More.

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    Attorney Trista Price

    Trista McElhaney Price is a founding partner at Price Family Law, LLC. She specializes in high-asset divorce cases and legal matters involving complex business and financial issues as well as complex custody matters involving domestic violence, substance abuse issues, and mental health issues. Read Full Bio.