The choice of two people to unite themselves in marriage is a major decision that will change the course of the participants' lives. In addition to maintaining their own responsibilities and relationships, they may find that they desire to take on more direct, active roles with regard to their partners' children or that they wish to grow their new families through adoption. For some Colorado residents, expanding their legal and familial relationships can be overwhelming, and many may not know how to progress when it comes to beginning family law proceedings.
Both separate sex and same-sex couples can encounter challenges as they wade into the sometimes treacherous waters of marriage, adoption, and other family law matters. They may question whether they need prenuptial agreements or how their property rights might be impacted if their new union ends in divorce. They may have children from prior marriages and relationships whom they must support, and may not know how their support obligations will be affected by their new unions.
With so many questions that can arise from simply choosing to join one's self to another person through marriage, soon-to-be married and recently married couples may benefit from discussing their family law inquiries with trusted legal representatives. Mary Kay Kramer, whose Colorado Springs practice serves clients with a myriad of family law issues and disputes, has experience consulting with individuals who want to protect their rights as they enter into new legal relationships.
Attorney Kramer can be reached through her family law website, where interested readers can learn more about her commitment to serving same-sex and opposite-sex couples throughout the greater Colorado Springs community. As an advocate for those she represents, Mary Kay Kramer has used both her extensive knowledge and experience in the family law field to fight for her clients' legal needs.