Attorneys Provide Support and Advocacy for Families Facing Difficult Times
Family law covers a wide variety of issues and can have a major impact on everyone involved.
Our team of experienced Colorado family law attorneys can help you with:
- Property division
- Child custody
- Parental rights
- Other family law matters
These issues cause conflict and trigger intense emotions within a family. Dealing with them successfully requires the compassion and skills of experienced family law attorneys. There is no other area of law that rivals family law when it comes to the management of discrete subjects, including psychology, credit and debt issues, and even business matters. The family law attorneys at Lyons Gaddis focus on helping families resolve their disputes in a fair and efficient manner.
Our goal is to help you minimize as much conflict as possible. Whether you are going through a divorce or attempting to resolve issues involving children, we want to help you come to a peaceful resolution and move forward quickly.
For more information, contact our family law attorneys at 303-776-9900.
Despite how common divorce is these days, when your marriage has come to an end the experience is frightening and difficult. Clients with significant assets often face a complex process and can find themselves mired in legal battles.
We can assist you with resolving issues related to child and spousal support, and the division of property. We want you to avoid the painful and expensive battles so many divorcing spouses must contend with. Our attorneys prefer to use mediation as a tool to end your marriage as efficiently as possible, but we understand mediation is not always the best option. If necessary, we will litigate matters and do our best to ensure you receive the best possible outcome from your divorce.
Avoiding End of Marriage Disputes
One of the best ways to prevent a bitter divorce battle is to create a plan for ending the marriage before it begins. Many couples are reluctant to do this because it is not romantic and they do not want to contemplate the potential failure of their marriage when they are just starting out. The truth is creating a divorce plan can be another way to keep your marriage strong and intact. By addressing matters in advance, you ensure both you and your future spouse are on the same page. Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements get your marriage started out on a strong foundation, improving the odds it will not end in divorce.
If you want to create a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement, or you need assistance with other family law matters, contact John Gaddis, a shareholder at our firm. John has more than 30 years of experience helping Colorado families resolve their family disputes.