Family Law
» Divorce & Family Lawyer in Durango, Colorado


Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult times in a person's life. We can help guide you through the process, and provide knowledgeable counsel. More

Maintenance (Spousal Support)   

Many people find, upon separation, that they are in a difficult position because the other spouse's income or earning capacity far exceeds their income. The cost of maintaining two separate households is, naturally, higher than the cost of maintaining the marital household. More


If you and your spouse are considering divorce but wish to do so quietly, privately, and quickly, there is an alternative to getting the court system involved. More

Marital Property Division   

Dividing the marital property is never easy. But when spouses have been married for many years, have many assets, or own family businesses, marital property division can be complex. More

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements (Marital Agreements)   

Formation of a marital agreement, either prior to a marriage or during a marriage, can take the financial guesswork and uncertainty out of an otherwise healthy marriage. More

Child Custody (Parental Responsibilities)   

When a marriage ends, child custody can be one of the hardest issues to work out. Unmarried parents may also face child custody issues. More

Child Support   

Either you or the other parent may be required to pay child support. More

Child Relocation   

Sometimes a parent wishes to relocate with a child. If you are the party seeking to relocate... More

Grandparent, Stepparent and Other Third Party Rights   

Grandparents, Stepparents, and other third parties may have rights to see children as well. More

Wills and Estate Planning   

While thinking about wills, and estate planning can be painful because they are designed to support family members after your death, it's important to plan for tomorrow so you can have peace of mind today. More


Appeal are possible for both criminal and civil cases. More