Expert Representation for Divorce and Child Custody in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

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No one wants a drawn-out, complicated divorce. When two people decide to end their marriage, they should be able to do so quickly, efficiently, and with as little conflict as possible. The length of the marriage, assets, income of the spouses, the age of the children, and their emotional state are all factors to consider.


Custody cases are determined by what is in the child’s best interest. Whether you seek full custody, joint custody, or custody modifications, we can help. We will argue for your rights and make sure that your child’s best interests are considered.


In Colorado, there is no guarantee of alimony (spousal maintenance) following a divorce. Courts may award spousal maintenance if the divorcing spouse can demonstrate a need for financial support and that there is no other source of funds available to meet those needs. Awarding spousal maintenance is gender-neutral and based solely on the financial needs of the divorcing spouse.

Child Support

When it comes to child support in Colorado, it is absolutely clear that children have a legal right to financial support from both parents. This right belongs exclusively to the child, even if the child’s parents were never married. This is an important point to consider when thinking about alimony and child support payments.

Asset Division

During a divorce, the division of marital assets becomes a critical part of the process. Determining which assets are marital and which are separate is a crucial first step in this process. The court will consider all relevant factors when making this determination and ultimately decide on a fair split of the assets.


As a parent, you have the right to contest a visitation decree or institute visitation rights. Taking these steps can be challenging, but it’s important to ensure that your rights are protected. With the help of an experienced lawyer, you can make sure that your divorce decree is fair and reflects your situation.


Adoption is a beautiful way to build a family. It comes with many challenges, but the rewards are worth it. Adopting a child is one of the most selfless things a family can do. And we believe that every child deserves a loving home.

Restraining Order

As a victim of abuse, a restraining order may be able to protect you from further harm. There are many restraining orders, from civil harassment orders and domestic violence orders to workplace violence, dependent adult orders, and juvenile orders. Fight for your safety and learn more about what type of restraining order is right for you.

Grandparent Rights

Grandparents have rights regarding visitation and custody in Colorado. They have the right to pursue visitation and custody, even after a divorce decree. However, negotiating your rights with the courts can be an uphill battle. You need an experienced lawyer who will fight for your rights and help you navigate the complex legal system.

Splitting up can be hard, but our lawyers can help make things easier. We have helped many people through divorce, and we can protect your finances and emotional wellbeing.

Who We Are

Steamboat Family Law Attorneys is a premier family law firm serving clients’ legal needs in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and the surrounding areas. Our attorneys have a wealth of experience handling a wide range of family law matters, including divorce, child custody and support, alimony, and property division, and make it a point to tailor our services to each client’s unique needs and objectives.

We understand that dealing with family law matters can be emotionally and mentally draining, which is why we offer our clients the compassion, support, and guidance they need to make the best decisions for their future.

Our attorneys are committed to providing our clients with the best possible legal representation and will work tirelessly to help them achieve their goals.

“When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.”
-Thomas Jefferson