Pursuant to Governor Polis’s and the Tri-County Health Department’s current “stay at home orders,” our offices will be closed to the public through April 30, 2020. Our team is working remotely when possible during this time and will be responding to emails regularly but there might be a slight delay. We appreciate your support and understanding.  

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Family & Divorce Law

Not every child support case is clear cut. You may have questions and concerns if you're paying child support to the custodial parent, but there's no court order in effect. Additionally, matters can get complicated when you've recently found out...

In Colorado, there are a few different ways for paternity to be established. First, if a couple is married or they separated shortly before the birth of a child, the man is presumed by the state to be the father. 

If the parents are not and have...