The Court will make a decision if the parties are unable to do so themselves. Many spouses are unable to participate with their spouse with the same power, knowledge or control as their spouse. For example, one spouse may have hidden assets, denied a spouse the right to information or financial assets or may have taken advantage of or exploited the other spouse. In such cases, court litigation is often needed. If one party is unreasonable, has a mental health or substance abuse issue, or if there are domestic violence or child safety issues, litigation is often required and is the best manner to resolve these disputes.
Lynn Landis-Brown is a Family Lawyer in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where she founded Lynn Landis-Brown P.C. She listens compassionately and understands your legal, emotional and financial concerns due to her own experiences of divorce from her parents divorcing, her own divorce and now as a step-grandmother. With her background in litigations, she has great experiences with fighting for your rights in the courtroom.