Family Law Is Our Focus

Rocky Mountain Family Law has built a strong reputation in family law, Mother and Child reading a bookour main practice area. We also deliver favorable outcomes in personal injury and estate planning. The bulk of our caseload, however, continues to be divorce and related family law matters.

People come to us and retain our services for many reasons. Many appreciate our friendly, compassionate approach to family law practice. We work with each client in a personalized manner. Together, we discover the right solutions to meet clients' needs. Our family law practice can help you discover personalized answers to key questions concerning your legal matter, such as:

  • Prenuptial agreements: Should you get a prenup? What if your fiancé or fiancée suggests a prenup? Talk to a lawyer to learn about your rights and options.
  • Contested and uncontested divorce: How can you arrive at an equitable settlement or a court order you can live with? How can you keep your divorce cost-effective and practical? We are committed to help you through your Colorado divorce with a focus on the future.
  • Legal separation: If this is your objective, can you find a lawyer who will guide you toward your goal without insisting you must get divorced before you are ready? At Rocky Mountain Family Law you can.
  • Property division: How will you distinguish separate property from marital property? What is an appropriate distribution of assets in your case? What creative solutions can keep as many assets in the family as possible?
  • Spousal support: Will a family law judge expect to see a spousal support agreement in your case?
  • Child custody and support: With which parent will the children live most of the time? What type of visitation schedule will protect the parental rights of the other parent? Which parent will pay support to the other, and how much will monthly payments amount to?
  • Paternity actions: As an unmarried father, how will you obtain custody or visitation rights? If you are an unmarried mother, how will you collect child support? Ask for a personalized case analysis.
  • Grandparents' rights: What legal solutions are available to allow for greater stability in your relationship with your grandchildren? Is visitation, guardianship or adoption the most promising path forward? Explore your options with our help.
  • Modification of court orders: Have financial circumstances changed for you or your children's other parent? Are you a custodial parent with a need to move away? Are you a noncustodial parent concerned about the other parent's plans to move away? Whatever your circumstances, you may have compelling arguments for requesting a change in your child custody arrangement or your support order.
  • Enforcement of support orders: What can you do to collect back child support from the other parent?

You likely have your own questions. We are here to help you find the answers you seek. We are prepared to pursue workable resolutions on your behalf. Let us hear from you. We will gladly explain what we can do for you.

Contact A Compassionate, Experienced Colorado Divorce And Child Custody Attorney

Are you preparing for divorce or involved in a dispute over child custody rights? Caring family law attorney Sarah Hubbard at Rocky Mountain Family Law in Fort Collins can help. We aim to provide the most cost-effective, friendly legal services in the Rocky Mountain region. Call or email us today to schedule a consultation.