In Denver, Domestic Relations matters ”“which include divorce and custody matters ”“ are usually handled by a Judge. But, at times, they can be handled by a Magistrate. These judicial officers can enter orders affecting the issues in a divorce, such as child support, parenting time (custody), and maintenance awards.
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Information regarding Denver Judges and Magistrate can be found by clicking on their name below. Some Judges have been reviewed by the Office of Judicial Performance Evaluation. For those Judges that have been reviewed, you can see their review by clicking on the Judicial Performance Review link.
Judge William W. Hood
Judicial Performance Review of Judge Hood
Judge Shelley Gilman
Judicial Performance Review of Judge Gilman
Judge Ann Mansfield
Judicial Performance Review of Judge Mansfield
Judge Liz Starrs – (No bio or Judicial Review available at this time.)
Divorce cases are held at the Denver City and County Building, which is located at: 1437 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80202. – Directions/Map
An experienced divorce attorney can give you additional information about the Judge or Magistrate that might decide your divorce in Denver. If you need help with your divorce or custody matter in Denver, or any other County, contact an attorney at Divorce Matters.