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Family Attorney for Denver & Surrounding Areas
If you are going through a family law matter, you will have the best chance at obtaining a timely and favorable outcome with the help of a skilled legal professional. Many family law and divorce cases are emotional and full of tension, and it is exceedingly helpful to have the guidance of a caring Denver divorce attorney during this challenging time.
Here at Jones Law Firm, PC, our dedicated family lawyers have many years of experience in family law. We have been serving Colorado families since 2000, and we use this insight to fight for favorable results in every case. From uncontested divorce to mediation and legal separation, we help you make the best decision for your future by making sure that you are fully informed of your rights and legal options.
Serving Colorado Families Since 2000
When you make the decision to move forward with divorce, we will be by your side to assist you through all of the various issues that must be addressed such as property division, visitation, child support, child custody and spousal maintenance.
We serve individuals and families in these areas and we take pride in providing quality legal strategies that accomplish our client's goals:Aurora Centennial Denver Englewood Greenwood Village Arapahoe County Douglas County Jefferson County
Almost every client who comes to our firm has a lot on their mind, and we devote time and attention to fully understand your needs and concerns. We strongly believe it is our duty to help alleviate the stress and difficulties that our clients are facing, and we fight hard for you both in and out of the courtroom. Do not hesitate to call our firm to learn more about your legal rights and options in a family law matter. We look forward to serving you!
Contact Jones Law Firm, PC today for the comprehensive legal help and guidance you need in your divorce or family law case.
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April and staff were wonderful.
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The firm is professional, positive and grounded in their approach. Everyone in the office is always willing to help and is extremely flexible, which I can say is valued by a working professional. There has always been open and prompt communication. Hannah ultimately won our case, and she did so by having strong intellect, presentation skills, and a genuine interest in the well-being of both my daughter and I. I will continue to value the relationship and expertise long after the issues are resolved.
April is well prepared and understands the law and court processes and procedures well beyond anything I have experienced, ensuring success.
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Can I Stop Paying Child Support if My Ex Won’t Let Me See My Kids?
When a parent keeps their children from the other during court-ordered parenting time, it is common to have questions regarding child support, such as can you stop paying child support if your ex won’t let you see your children? Don’t Stop Paying Child Support! While stopping child support is a natural response to losing parenting time, it is not legal to do so. Parenting time and child support are separate issues that are handled independently …
Are Child Custody Orders Permanent in Colorado?
Generally, child custody orders are issued in legal separations, divorce actions, and paternity actions. What many parents don’t realize at first is that the family courts see child custody orders as open-ended. Meaning, they are subject to change. There are many valid reasons why a child custody order may need to be changed. Often, child custody orders are modified because the child’s needs or activities change, because of a job change, a new spouse, a relocation, an illness or a disability. Sometimes, …