Arapahoe County Divorce Attorney
Serving Clients in Divorce & Family Law Issues
Do you or someone you know need legal assistance from a family law attorney with a divorce, legal separation, or other family law issue in Arapahoe County? Are you looking for a lawyer who is highly qualified and results-oriented but at the same time caring and responsive to your individual needs and objectives? If so, we urge you to consult with a lawyer at Jones Law Firm, PC about your family law issue as soon as possible. We offer a complimentary initial consultation to prospective clients in Arapahoe County for that purpose.
Family law issues can be very divisive and stressful for all those involved, including spouses, parents, children and even grandparents. That is why you need a lawyer who will listen carefully to your concerns, address your needs, and ensure that you are fully informed about all the legal aspects and consequences of your case.
At our firm, our attorneys will take the time to develop a legal strategy that is best suited to your particular situation. We pride ourselves on the professionalism, competence, and care that we provide to all of our clients. When you work with an attorney at our firm, your attorney-client relationship will be based on understanding and agreement.
We deal with all types of family law issues from divorce, spousal maintenance, common law marriage, paternity, domestic abuse, and fathers’ rights to modification of existing agreements concerning child support and child custody. Regardless of what your family issue may be, a family lawyer is standing by to give you the assistance you need to resolve your legal dilemma and get on with your life.
Compassionate & Effective Counsel That Makes a Difference
April is very knowledgeable of the law and will not let you down.
I would have jumped over the net and shook your hand today
I couldn’t have gotten a better outcome.
April and staff were wonderful.
The firm is professional, positive and grounded in their approach.
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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