We are excited to announce new forms of payment for our domestic relations, protection order and probate litigation clients: predictable pricing. Predictable pricing allows you to have a better sense of your legal fees so you can plan your budget, picking and choosing what you need. This pricing model is very similar to our current unbundled pricing model because you choose what you want and pay in advance. Continue reading “Andersen Law PC Introduces New Form of Affordable Payment: Predictable Pricing”
On May 11, 2018, I attended a seminar on Modern Legal Representation.
The AMAZING news is that Andersen Law PC has been practicing these techniques from the day we opened our doors, and I used many of these practices for years before opening the firm. A few attorneys are trying these techniques of late. Few if any have been doing all of them as long and as consistently as I have.
I think we have modern representation down to a science and know how to make it work for our clients at Andersen Law PC. After years of doing this type of practice, what seems new and different to other attorneys is actually familiar, routine and downright comfortable for us. We know what works, what does not work, and how to use modern representation techniques to best benefit you. For unbundled representation and some of the types of representation below, the retainer is a lot smaller than you would think.
Here are some aspects of our firm that can save you thousands of dollars as opposed to those traditional firms with huge retainers:
When you got married, you probably never imagined a sheriff’s deputy showing up at your door to serve you with divorce papers. Unfortunately, that’s often what happens. And now that it’s happened to you, you probably want to know what to do next.
We can help.
If you need to know what to do when your spouse files for divorce in Colorado, here’s how to get started.
At Andersen Law PC, we know the divorce process can be confusing, especially if you go it alone without an attorney.
But we are here to help, whether you want support for specific steps or you want us to represent you through your entire case.
Whichever option you choose, it’s important to clearly understand steps of the process to always know what to expect. You need to stay organized, and prepare and receive necessary documents at the right times. That’s why we’ve created the following document tracking chart that you can print off and fill in as you go through the divorce process in Colorado.
So you made the big decision to file for divorce. Or maybe the decision was forced on you because your marriage has become intolerable — it’s no longer a “real” marriage.
What now? It can feel overwhelming to even figure out how to begin the divorce process. But we can help.
If you want to file for divorce in Colorado without an attorney, here are the first three steps to get started.
By Beth Andersen, Andersen Law PC
So you are planning to get married? While a premarital or prenuptial agreement (often called a “prenup”) may not sound like the most romantic thing in the world, I believe these agreements can actually make the marriage more likely to succeed. Continue reading “You Say “I Do,” We Say “Prenup”: Things to Know Before Deciding If You Need a Prenuptial Agreement”
Guest post by Kate Higgins of Unibell Financial
Whether you’re motivated by financial benefits or lifestyle perks, moving to a smaller space after a divorce can be a smart idea with lasting benefits. Ready to start this daunting but exciting task? Here are some tips to help you seamlessly and successfully downsize your home: Continue reading “How to Successfully Downsize After a Divorce”
Guest post by Pamela D. Wilson, advocate for family and professional caregivers.
We love our cars. Some of us love the type of car we own and the way it looks: sporty, shiny or compact. For others it’s the way our cars make us feel when we’re driving: a convertible with the wind blowing through our hair. Others love the ability to jump in the car and go for a drive: the freedom and mobility a car provides.
I have done divorce hearings on the day that should be its opposite: Feb. 14, St. Valentine’s Day. The irony does not escape my clients. I am sure they will always recall the DATE of their divorce and find the holiday bittersweet as a result. The truth is that this holiday can be trying for people who are divorcing, breaking up or newly divorced. The following are tips to make the most of the day despite this challenge. Continue reading “How to Enjoy Valentine’s Day as a Newly Single or Divorced Person”