Skilled advocates in divorce, custody, property division and support cases since 1998
With offices conveniently located near I-70 and Kipling, Foothills Family Law has been representing clients in divorce, custody and support cases since 1998.
Our attorneys are skilled advocates and trial attorneys. With 25 years of combined trial experience, our attorneys learned their craft from some of the biggest names in Colorado divorce law and have tried over 100 contested divorce, custody, property division and support cases.
Get in touch with us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to enquire whether our services are right for you.
4251 Kipling Street, Suite 300
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Areas of Practice
We offer seasoned advise on the key issues in a divorce, such as property and debt division, parental responsibilities, alimony and child support. We guide you through settlement discussions an, if an advantageous settlement is not achieved, zealously represent your interests at trial.
The decision to enter into a marriage and/or have a child has potentially long term financial impacts. We offer skilled advocacy to clients seeking alimony or child support as well as to clients being asked to pay support. We carefully examine the facts and circumstances of every case and advocate for our clients' long term financial well being.
Allocation of parenting responsibilities (custody) is complicated as well as emotional. We ensure that someone is advocating for you legally and helping you manage your emotions and passion for your children in a manner that is productive and shows you in the best possible light to the Court. Our attorneys have 20 plus years of experience handling hundreds of contested and non-contested child custody cases.
If you and your spouse or child’s other parent have fully agreed on the terms of your divorce or custody arrangements, we can assist you in preparing, filing and finalizing your non-contested case paperwork (including court appearances) for a low flat fee while ensuring the the agreements are properly documented and binding.
Under Colorado law, a court is to divide marital property equitably. It is important to understand the factors a court may make consider when determining what is equitable. Equitable does not necessarily mean equal. We carefully analyze and advise our clients on property division issues including skilled advocacy regarding special issues like business valuations, stock options, retirement accounts and complex investments.
After a lengthy divorce or custody hearing, it may seem that court orders are set in stone. However, due to unforeseen circumstances, modification of orders often become necessary. When it comes to real life, things change. And when these changing circumstances arise, Foothills Family Law is here to help. We specialize in helping clients seek modification of custody and support orders and have assisted many dozens of client in acheiving their post-decree goals
Use the form below to contact us regarding your legal enquiry. Please be as detailed as possible. To help us best service your enquiry, we recommend that you first describe the issue you’re having before telling us what you want to achieve. You may also email or call us to make an appointment.
We offer complimentary 15-20 minute phone consultations or in-depth one-hour in-office consultations for a reduced fee of $150.00.