Jones Law Firm, PC
Our firm has a track record of success because we are not afraid to go
the extra mile for our clients. We have the legal resources, the skills
and the knowledge necessary to reach a favorable outcome in your case.
We have taken on highly contentious
family law cases regarding
high net worth divorce, past due
child support and
child custody battles. Attorney April Jones is committed to excellence and professionalism
and she focuses on offering the highest level of quality legal counsel.
She has been serving the Denver community for over two decades and has
a long list of case victories to show for it. Read through some our past
family law cases to see for yourself!
Winning Cases Since 1991
Jones Law Firm, PC represents clients in all counties in the Denver Metro
Area including Adams, Arapahoe, Colorado Springs, Denver, Douglas, Elbert,
and Jefferson Counties. The
Judges' Corner section of our website provides detailed information on the Family Judges
and Magistrates in the counties where we regularly practice. The trials
listed below took place in Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson Counties.
Mother Falsely Makes Child Sexual Abuse Claims Against Father to Gain Advantage
in Custody Battle
In a case where Jones Law Firm, PC represented Father: Mother made false
child sexual abuse allegations against father to gain an advantage in
the custody action she subsequently filed. At trial,
Father obtained primary custody with mother having parenting every other weekend during the school year.
Mother Who Leaves Child and Moves Out of Colorado Petitions for Child to
Live Primarily with Her
In a case where Jones Law Firm, PC represented Father: Mother
relocated outside the state of Colorado leaving her daughter with Father. Mother
later filed a motion asking that her daughter be allowed to live with
her during the school year with father having visitation when school was
out. Father desired that the child be ordered to continue residing with
father in Colorado with mother having visitation when school was out.
After a lengthy trial, the
court upheld the status quo and the child was ordered to remain with father during the school year.
Military Father Returns from Active Duty and Mother Denies Parenting Time
In a case where Jones Law Firm, PC represented Father: Father, a member
of the military, returned from active duty and moved back to Colorado
where his child lived with Mother. Mother refused to give Father regular
parenting time except when it fit her and step father's schedule. At trial
father was awarded 50/50 parenting time.
Father Involved in Criminal Activity Seeks Overnight Visitation
In a case where Jones Law Firm, PC represented Mother: Mother feared for
the safety of her child because father was involved in criminal activities,
father denied wrong doing and sought overnight parenting time. At trial
Father was awarded supervised daytime
Wife Seeks to Have Husband Pay all Marital Debt and her Separate Property Debt
In a case where Jones Law Firm, PC represented Husband: The parties had
significant "financial" property in dispute. Wife desired to
keep the increase in value of her separate property and desired to give
husband all debt of the marriage as well as her separate
property debt. The court distributed to husband an equitable share of the increase
in the value of Wife's separate property money, determined that most
debt was Wife's separate property debt and equitably divided the undisputed
debt of the marriage.
Wife Refuses to Make Court Ordered Credit Card Payments
In a case where Jones Law Firm, PC represented Husband: Husband filed
contempt charges against his ex-wife for refusal to pay a credit card debt that
she was ordered to pay as part of their divorce, the court advised the
parties that he would find that wife had the ability to pay and determined
that she would be in contempt for not paying. The
parties thereafter reached a settlement where wife paid the credit card debt.
Mother with Permission to Move Out of State Refuses to Give Father Parenting Time
In a case where Jones Law Firm, PC represented Father post decree: The
parties had previously stipulated that mother could move out of state
with the children. Mother refused to give Father parenting time that she
did not control. She required his minimal visits to be per her approval
and in the state she was moving to. At trial the
court found mother to be engaged in alienating behavior and ordered that father exercise parenting time at his home in Colorado
the vast majority of each summer plus shared holidays along with weekly