Any divorce, no matter how long the marriage lasted, can be complicated, but the complexity is magnified when a long-term marriage ends. To address critical issues such as equitable division of marital property, spousal maintenance, retirement accounts and inheritance, it is crucial to have the counsel of an experienced family law attorney.
At Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we provide skilled representation to men and women in Colorado, including the communities of Denver, Broomfield. Led by renowned family law attorney Cynthia L. Ciancio, our team of lawyers and paralegals has the resources and expertise to resolve the complex issues facing men and women who are ending long-term marriages, including:
- Maintenance, spousal support and alimony
- Equitable division of marital assets and debts
- Health insurance coverage
- Social Security benefits
- Pensions and retirement accounts
In a divorce after a long-term marriage, the court will factor in the ability of each spouse to support themselves after the divorce. For example, a wife who has not worked outside of the home throughout the course of a 25-year marriage is likely to receive spousal maintenance to preserve the lifestyle she has grown accustomed to during the course of the marriage.
Whether you have been the primary wage earner of the marriage, a stay-at-home spouse or part of a two-income household, it is important to understand your rights if you are facing a divorce after a long marriage. Contact us to schedule a case evaluation with our divorce lawyers.