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A Different Kind Of Divorce Attorney & Law Firm For The Metro Denver Area

Choosing an attorney is one of the most important decisions you will make when you are entering into a divorce. The process of finding the right lawyer starts with examining your situation carefully – and then choosing someone who is not only knowledgeable about Colorado divorce law, but someone who will take the time to listen to you and thoroughly understand your situation.

When you hire a divorce attorney, you are placing a great deal of trust in that person to safeguard your rights and interests at a time of extreme personal difficulty. Sometimes it feels as if everything is on the line, so the attorney you retain to represent you needs to be someone who can structure a divorce settlement that is in your best interests and is as favorable to you as possible.

Who your lawyer is as a person will become very important to you. Is he or she someone whose judgment you can trust? Does this person pay close attention to you and your problems? Does he or she answer your questions and make appropriate suggestions? Do you feel that this person is someone who will have your best interests at heart? Choosing a Denver divorce lawyer is a major decision that can potentially affect the rest of your life, so the answers to these questions are important.

A Law Firm Focused On Divorce & Family Law

Divorce Matters® is a law firm that specializes in divorce and family law. Our name says is all. We are experts in the metropolitan Denver area when it comes to these often very difficult issues, and we have more to offer than your typical law firm. Our team consists of eight attorneys who work closely with highly trained marriage, family, and child therapists, as well as experts in family finance – all of whom stand ready to help you get through the tough days ahead.

The practice of divorce and family law are intertwined, and you will find that your attorney at Divorce Matters® will provide a solution that is custom-tailored your specific issues in your divorce. In fact, your attorney’s in-depth understanding of family law issues will result in more creative and flexible solutions to the problems that inevitably arise during a divorce, and having a full team of experts on your side makes all the difference in the world.

When Choosing A Lawyer

You will want the advice of a lawyer who stays current with changes in Colorado’s laws pertaining to property and asset distribution, child custody and support, parental rights, and spousal support (or alimony).
You will find a great deal of information about our law firm and Colorado divorce procedures here on our website, so please consider us a valuable resource as you seek to learn more about the divorce process.

Certainly, arming yourself with information helps to relieve the stress of divorce, so for the best possible outcome, make the most of our information and resources. We will be happy to see you and answer your questions.

Legal Fees and Firm Policies

Whenever you are considering hiring an attorney, you will want to pay very close attention to the firm’s legal fees and billing policies. They should be transparent and clearly explained, so here are some questions to ask:

  • Will I be billed on an hourly basis? If so, what is the hourly rate?
  • Does this rate vary among the people who work at the firm, depending upon the type of work they do?
  • Are different rates charged for different types of work (depositions, for instance, as opposed to office work)?
  • How will expenses for ordinary office expenses (copying, postage, etc.) be charged?
  • Do I pay in advance for your services?
  • Do you collect a retainer fee? If so, is it considered to be an advance deposit?
  • How is the retainer fee applied to my bill?
  • Is the retainer fee refundable if I discontinue your services or if the legal work is completed before the entire retainer has been used?
  • Is there a written fee agreement between the two of us?
  • If so, what will be included in the fee agreement?

When it comes to divorce, sometimes it seems that everything can be emotionally charged, and we understand that our clients are frequently under a great deal of stress. For this reason, we take proactive measures to ensure that we are all on the same page about costs and legal fees so that nothing is allowed to poison the attorney-client relationship in any way.

With us, you will know from the very beginning how and when you will be charged for our work and what, if any, additional fees might be necessary for the successful prosecution of your case. If you have any questions at any time regarding our fees, we will be more than happy to answer them, for we feel that transparency is a part of the trust you put in us – and legal fees are no exception.

Our highly-accomplished divorce and family law attorneys practice throughout Colorado, including:
Adams County (Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Thornton, Westminster); Arapahoe County (Aurora, Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Littleton); Boulder County; Broomfield County; Denver County; Douglas County (Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker); Elbert County (Elizabeth, Kiowa); and Jefferson County (Arvada, Golden, Lakewood, Morrison, Wheat Ridge).

Awards & Accolades

10 best client satisfaction, American Institute of Family Law Attorney
NAFLA Top 10 Ranking, Nation's Premier
The National Advocates Top 40 Under 40
BBB: A+ Acredited Business
AVVO Rating 10.0 - Top Attorney Family
Expertise Best Arbitrators & Mediators in Denver
2018 Top 40 Lawyer Under 40
Super Lawyers Rising Stars
Askthelawyer.com profile link
2019 Top 40 Lawyer Under 40
Best Family Lawyers in Aurora

Contact Us Today

Why not start exploring your options? Call us at 720.542.6142 to schedule your consultation with one of our experienced Denver divorce attorneys today.

Our highly-accomplished divorce and family law attorneys practice throughout Colorado, including:


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