Fort Collins Family Law
FORT COLLINS DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW SERVICES
The family law attorneys at Kneeland & Lazure Law are experienced in working with clients who have a variety of goals, concerns, and issues. Many family law clients feel as though their life is heavily changing, and often, they’re right. We are committed to giving you professional, skilled, and sound legal advice, ensuring you understand all your options so you can move forward in a positive way.
Kneeland & Lazure Law offers divorce and family law services to traditional and non-traditional families throughout Colorado. Your Fort Collins family law attorney will represent you in the following areas:
- Pre- and post-nuptial planning/agreements
- Marriage dissolution (annulment, legal separation, divorce)
- Allocation of Parental Responsibility (child custody)
- Child support
- Spousal maintenance (alimony)
- Property and debt division
- Tax issues
- Post-decree issues
Contact us for a consultation appointment or more information.
COACHING & UNBUNDELED AGREEMENTS
Some of our family law clients prefer to navigate portions of their family law case on their own and opt to partner with the attorneys at Kneeland & Lazure Law on a coaching or unbundled services basis. In these cases we talk with our clients to identify which portions of their case they need help with and target our services accordingly.
The attorneys at Kneeland & Lazure Law draft and review martial agreements (often known as pre-nuptial agreements, pre-nups, or post-nuptial agreements). These agreements can assist clients in having crucial financial discussions, protect assets, and lessen complications in the event of a divorce.
TRANSITION TO A FUTURE OF HOPE AND NEW OPPORTUNITIES
The Fort Collins family law attorneys of Kneeland & Lazure Law understand the emotional weight you’ll bear in your family law case. We work alongside you to seek creative, non-adversarial solutions to your family law case and are also prepared to litigate your case, if that becomes necessary.
We believe that attempting to resolve your case with your input and your decisions about how you want your divorce or separation case to proceed produces a fair and equitable result—a result that you, rather than a judge, controls. You can move on to new opportunities with grace, knowing that you’re at peace with the outcome.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Family Law entail?
- Child Support
- Marital Agreements (Pre and Post Nups)
- Contempt of Court
How long does it take to get divorced in Colorado?
In Colorado, there is a 91-day mandatory waiting period from the time you serve the other party until you can get divorced. Many cases take longer than this depending on if there are contested issues, how busy the courtrooms are, and the specific needs of your case.
Do you offer full representation and coaching/unbundled services?
Yes, and then use my info that I added up above (may need to add more stuff about full representation: gives you access to an attorney to answer all of your needs, represent you in court and in mediation, and make sure that all paperwork is completed)
How do I get started?
Contact us to get your case started. Whether you need to complete the initial paperwork, have a question about enforcing orders, need clarification about the process, or anything else, we look forward to working with you.