We’ve compiled a list of resources for you to learn more about the legal processes you may find yourself in. 

If you have any questions, or need additonal help, that is what we are here for.


Please reach out to us for current resources. 


Please reach out to us for current resources.


Please reach out to us for current resources.


If you are in a crisis or need immediate help, dial 911 or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-SAFE (7233) or TTY (800) 787−3224. 

Violence Free Colorado has extensive program resources within Colorado, to help you navigate this time in your life:

  • A caring listening ear. People who can listen and help you sort out options.
  • Advocacy services. Specially trained advocates who can help with safety planning. Advocates can help you get information about welfare, CPS, disability services, immigration, housing, employment protections, and more.
  • Emergency shelter or other safe lodging on a temporary basis.
  • Housing Options. longer term housing options for individuals and families
  • Emergency Financial Support. Advocates can help victims apply for VOCA Emergency Funds
  • Support groups. Groups for children, youth, and adults.
    Head to their website to explore the programs:

They provide extensive programs: state-wide resources, and more specific regions, with prograns in the Denver Metro Area, Northwest Colorado, Southwest Colorado, Northeast Colorado, or Southeast Colorado.

  • In Colorado,  marital property is equitably distributed between the parties.  

  • Marital property is property acquired during the marriage, as well as the increase in value of property acquired during the marriage, unless the property was acquired by gift  or inheritance.
  • We employ techniques to help you preserve the value of the assets you've built   and limit the tax consequences  of allocating those assets.  

  • Retirement accounts acquired during the marriage are property to be allocated in divorce.  It is important  to understand the  long term implications  of distributing pensions, IRA’s and other retirement or tax deferred accounts.   

  • There are a number of factors the Court considers to determine an appropriate parenting time plan and to allocate decision making.  C.R.S. § 14-10-124  lists the best interest factors.

  • Parenting Plans are created at the time of divorce, or through an allocation of parental responsibilities case if the parent are not married, or through a paternity action. The parenting plan can also be modified as the children become older or other life circumstances change.

  • Child support guidelines vary from state to state.    Some of the factors considered in Colorado include the income of each party,  number of overnights each parent has with the child,   the cost of work related and education related day care,  the cost of health insurance premiums for the child and the amount of child support paid for other children of each party.
  • Colorado child support guidelines are contained in C.R.S.  § 14-10-115.    
  • The Court considers a number of factors in determining whether to award spousal maintenance (“alimony”), and if so, in what amount and what duration.

  • The Colorado legislature has created suggested amounts and length of spousal maintenance, but the Court is not required to follow the suggestions.       The Court is required to consider all the relevant factors, such as the income of each party (or ability to earn income), the health, age and education of each party, and the length of the marriage.  

  • In Colorado,  under certain circumstances grandparents and great-grandparents can be permitted visitation rights.    In other limited circumstances,  grandparents may be allocated parental responsibilities, for example, where grandparents have been acting in a parental role.    
  • Please contact our office for a consultation to discuss your specific circumstances and whether you may qualify for Court ordered visitation or custody.



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Greenwood Village, CO 80111


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