Pueblo Family Law Attorneys
Family law issues can induce stress, confusion, and embattled states between
family members due to the extreme life changes associated with them. Understanding
Colorado law and how the courts operate in terms of your issue can be
difficult, which is why it is critical to have representation you can
trust. At Clawson & Clawson, LLP, we are very familiar with how emotionally
and legally complicated divorce and other issues can be for you and your
family. Our goal is to assert your legal rights and fight for your best
interests throughout the entire process. We want you to be able to move
forward in life without regret or worry, but rather with confidence and
as much peace of mind as possible.
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Family Law Issues
Family law issues are not only about
divorce but can encompass many areas surrounding various family relationships.
Our firm handles all types of divorce-related and other family law matters,
including but not limited to:
Adoption, whether through a private or public agency.
Child custody, referred to as parental responsibility and parenting time in the Colorado courts.
Child support, which is mandated and calculated by Colorado state law.
Domestic violence, which can include
child abuse cases and the need for
orders of protection (restraining orders) designed to keep individuals safe from harm.
Enforcement of family court orders, such as custody and support orders.
Grandparent visitation, which may be needed when a parent has died, been divorced, or lost their
parental rights. Grandparents must seek visitation rights through the courts.
Legal separation, which puts legal arrangements into place regarding children, property,
and support, but does not dissolve your marriage.
Military divorce, which can involve different issues than civilian divorce.
base housing and BAH, and
retired pay may come into play and need resolution.
Modifications of current custody, support, or protective orders.
Prenuptial agreements: These can protect your financial rights if your marriage ends in death
Relocation: Moving away with minor children shared with a co-parent generally requires
legal authority by a court.
Spousal support, otherwise known as alimony, which you may or may not be awarded in a divorce.
Visitation: Visitation rights to your child are done by court order through parenting plans.
Why Choose Clawson & Clawson, LLP?
Our firm has been serving clients in Pueblo and the surrounding areas since
1971. Several of our Pueblo family law lawyers are second-generation attorneys
who have a thorough understanding of the laws and procedures that will
impact your case. With more than a century of experience shared amongst
our team, reflected in the many distinguished legal industry
awards and recognitions we have earned, you can depend on us for the support you need. Let us
give you the counsel and guidance to resolve your legal matter as effectively
and efficiently as possible.
Schedule your consultation by
contacting us today.