Town & Town LLC, The Attorneys of Highlands Ranch is based in the beautiful community of Highlands Ranch, Colorado. It is centrally located between the courts in Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson and Denver counties. Highlands Ranch is an unincorporated district of Douglas County, Colorado, and contains close to 100,000 residents. If it were to be incorporated as a municipality, it would come close to ranking as one of the top ten largest cities in Colorado.
Jeff and Heidi Town have lived in Highlands Ranch as attorneys since 2007. Town and Town LLC is ready to assist you in your family law, divorce, child custody, or criminal defense case. For more information, contact us today.
Jeff and Heidi Town have years of combined experience representing clients in:
Property Division and Spousal Support Modifications
Town and Town LLC, the Attorneys of Highlands Ranch offers
• Free Phone Consultations
• Evening and Weekend Hours, in addition to regular hours during the week
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Jeff and Heidi Town handle all types of criminal cases
• DUI and DWAI
• Domestic Violence
• Juvenile Offenses
• Drug Offenses
• Assaults Continue reading “Adult and Juvenile Criminal Defense”
Jeff Town has been a licensed attorney since 2003, and he joins Heidi Town, who has been an attorney since 2006, as Town & Town LLC. The attorneys have years of experience helping individuals and families facing divorce, entering child custody matters, and deal with the defense of criminal charges. Jeff Town and Heidi Town practice both family law and criminal defense in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
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All family law, child custody, or divorce cases in Colorado that involve children will involve a required child support order. In order to make child support awards fair and consistent, and to improve the efficiency of the court process, the Colorado legislature has established as state policy a standard for child support.
Under the Uniform Dissolution of Marriage Act there are basic child support guidelines. Factors that courts may consider when awarding child support from one party to the other in a divorce proceeding are listed under Colorado Revised Statutes § 14-10-115 and include the financial resources of the child, the financial resources of the custodial parent(s), the standard of living the child would have enjoyed had the parents not divorced, the physical and emotional condition of the child and his or her educational needs, and the financial resources of the custodial parent. This is not an exhaustive list, and courts are encouraged to consider all relevant factors.
It is typical that divorcing parties adhere to the guidelines when calculating support. Not doing so risks the possibility of the court rejecting the amount suggested by the parties. When it comes to child support, attorneys can assist parties in both determining what is fair and what will be accepted under the law. For assistance with your family law, child custody, or divorce case, feel free to contact us.