Family law cases can be emotionally intense and personally challenging. At Dolan + Zimmerman LLP, our attorneys are skilled at assisting our clients through these difficult issues while working toward resolution in an efficient and conscientious manner. Family law deals with all family and domestic relationships, including divorce, child custody, paternity issues and corresponding financial issues.
We Handle All Aspects Of Family Law
When working with you, we listen to you, ensure you are advised of the law and advocate for your interests while seeking to find resolutions that are best for your family.
We offer a free 10 minute consultation. To find out more about our consultation, please visit our Free 10 Minute Consultation page.
We are experienced in representing clients in all stages of family law proceedings, from the initial divorce or child custody proceeding through modifications, including alternative dispute resolution such as mediation or arbitration, and in litigation when necessary. Whichever path your case takes, we strive to obtain the outcome you desire in the most efficient manner possible.
We assist parties throughout Boulder and surrounding counties of Colorado with family law issues, including:
- Divorce and property division
- Establishment and modification of maintenance
- Parenting rights and responsibilities, including child custody
- Establishment and modification of child support
- Domestic violence and protection orders
We Work To Ensure Your Future Is Secure
There are few life events more impactful than divorce. Along with the emotional impact of separating a family, divorce carries important financial implications.
These are not issues that you can try to navigate alone. It is important to consult an experienced attorney to learn about your rights. From property division to maintenance and child support issues, we have experience handling many types of cases, including:
- Legal separation
- Common law marriage
- Same-sex marriage
An important aspect of ending a marital relationship is reaching an equitable property division. Colorado courts use the principle of equitable distribution, we can help you determine what that means in your case and advocate for a fair distribution.
Maintenance is awarded in many cases; however, it is not automatic. Whether a judge will grant spousal maintenance depends on a factual determination where the court considers factors, including the length of the marriage, earning potential of each spouse and the asset division.