Colorado Springs Family Law Attorneys
Also Serving Individuals & Families in Parker & Pueblo
Family law issues strike at the heart of your most personal needs and relationships. Thus, these problems can be exceptionally difficult, due to the emotional toll as well as the legal complexity they bring forth. Whether resolved inside or outside of court, their final rulings can impact your life and the lives of your children for years to come. Because of this, you need a trusted attorney on your side who can provide knowledgeable counsel and advocacy throughout all proceedings.
We are backed by more than 100 years of collective experience among our legal team. Many of our lawyers are second-generation attorneys who grew up in a legal environment. Our team has handled innumerable cases for clients over decades of practice, with a dedication to getting optimum results. That commitment has led to various awards and recognitions underscoring our professional quality.
Family Law Practice Areas
Our firm handles all family law issues. This includes matters involving or related to the following:
- Child custody: This issue involves joint vs. sole custody and legal vs. physical custody.
- Child support: This is calculated according to state guidelines.
- Child’s best interest: This is the underlying guideline upon which courts base their decisions.
- Divorce: This process can be contested or uncontested based on whether you and your spouse can agree on settlement terms.
- Domestic abuse: Abuse of family or household members, including child abuse, can lead to the necessity for orders of protection issued by a family court.
- Enforcement of current family court orders. These orders may relate to child custody and support, spousal support, and more.
- Grandparent visitation: We fight for grandparents seeking access to their grandchildren.
- Legal separation: While remaining married, you can still legally separate from your spouse.
- Military divorce: Servicemembers are subject to certain rules under federal law. Issues such as retirement, child custody, and base housing (BAH) may come into play.
- Modifications of current family court orders. These may be needed when life circumstances significantly change.
- Prenuptial agreements
- Relocation: When seeking to relocate with a child at a significant distance from the other parent, you will need to go through the court.
- Spousal support, commonly referred to as alimony.
- Visitation: This refers to establishing and enforcing parenting time.
Why Seek Legal Help from Clawson & Clawson, LLP?
As you can see, family law issues affect the basic structure of your life and the lives of your children, as well as extended family such as grandparents. You will want to ensure that your best interests are rigorously pursued by a legal professional you can trust.
Our firm is not only distinguished by our depth of experience but also by the awards we have garnered attesting to the excellence of our representation.
These awards include but are not limited to:
- Membership in The Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®
- Membership in The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers
- 10/10 “Superb” rating by Avvo — their highest rating
- Best Lawyers: Best Law Firms 2021
- Lawyers of Distinction
- AV® Rated — Peer-Rated for High Professional Achievement by Martindale-Hubbell®
- Best Lawyers in American — Best Lawyers
- National Association of Distinguished Counsel — Top 1%
- National Ranking — Top 10 Attorney Award from National Academy of Family Law Attorneys (2016) — Matthew Clawson