Family Law

Family Law

Many families go through difficult times and end up needing the services of a lawyer who focuses on family law. A family lawyer can help you through the difficult and heart-wrenching process of deciding to end your marriage, help you handle the details of significant legal paperwork, and negotiate alimony or child support agreements. We can help you through custody disputes or working out custody and visitation arrangements.

We’re committed to helping families preserve, maintain, and rebuild lives altered by family law disputes. We’re here for you. We’re committed to helping individuals and families in Colorado in the midst of changes brought about by divorce and family law disputes. We’ll address your immediate needs while maintaining a focus on the long-term effects.

  • We explain everything in detail, so that you can make an informed decision
  • We provide outstanding representation in all family law matters
  • We offer individualized and personal attention to each client
  • We develop a unique approach designed to achieve the goals of each client

Our goal is to assist you in reaching a fair and equitable resolution through alternative dispute resolution methods – such as collaborative practice or mediation – and when necessary, through zealous and diligent litigation. We are adept negotiators and skilled court room attorneys. Most importantly, we stand beside you every step of the way.

A lawyer also can be useful during times of joy for you or your family. If you’re contemplating getting married, we can help you to figure out how your marriage will affect your finances and assets. A prenuptial agreement can protect your assets if your marriage ends, or aid with financial planning in the event of an untimely death. Should you wish to grow your family, we can when you want to consider adopting a child.

If you need our help, we’re here for you. Call us at (303) 360-4744 or by sending us an email to schedule your free consultation. We welcome any opportunity to meet with you personally to discuss your case.