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In a divorce situation you’ll want to have a legal advocate on your side. With so much at stake, a lawyer will be able to provide you with clear answers to your important questions about property distribution, child support, spousal support, and more. Before you begin the complicated divorce process, consult with an experienced divorce lawyer so you are fully informed about your rights. Request a consultation today.

“Who will get custody of the children?” The fear of losing your child custody case is exactly why hiring an attorney is the most important step you can make when fighting for your child! We are the support you are looking for. Call us (303) 329-3802.

Mediation is one of the most frequently used methods of negotiating a divorce settlement. It can involve making big decisions in your divorce case. Having an experienced attorney at Lewis & Matthews by your side during the process will ensure that you can get answers to your questions as well as advice and support.

There are many topics to consider when writing a parenting plan. It will outline how you and your co-parent will handle parenting issues and support the upbringing of your children after you separate. Our firm will be able to help guide you through the process and answer any legal questions you have concerning your case.

Whether you’re determining child support as part of your divorce settlement or you’re an unmarried parent seeking legal support, having an experienced child support attorney on your side can make the process easier. Request a consultation today!

Life is always changing, and circumstances may occur after the entry of your divorce decree that require modification. Attorney, Jennifer Lewis helps families modify their Court Orders to address maintenance, child support, and child custody. If you believe that a circumstance has changed in such a way that your Order needs to be modified, call (303) 329-3802 today.

Whether it be an agreement before the marriage (a prenuptial agreement) or an agreement that is established by a couple that is already married (a postnuptial agreement), it is important to seek the advice of an experienced attorney in preparing such agreements due to the magnitude of rights involved. Our experienced Colorado Family Law Firm can help you through each step of the process.

A cohabitation agreement is a legal contract between a couple that has chosen to live together but not marry. If you are planning on living with someone or are currently cohabitating and want to protect your interests and rights, contact Lewis & Matthews P.C. and learn how we can help you ensure all your rights are protected and that the terms of the agreement are correct and legally binding.