Divorce/Family

Colorado Family Law Attorneys

Protecting You and Your Family

Disputes between family members are never easy; there is usually a lot of emotion involved. That is one reason why the help of an experienced family lawyer and mediator can be so valuable.

When you have a family law matter, contact the law Office of Eduardo Ferszt. We have years of experience helping families in the Greater Denver area of Colorado. We can also provide criminal defense and estate planning. Just call 303-696-9155 or contact us online for a free consultation.

 

Your Family, Your Life

Family law issues range from adding to the family through adoption to divorce and child custody. No matter what your issue is, we can help.

Divorce — We can provide mediation as well as litigation services. We strive for fair and equitable division of assets and sensible spousal maintenance (alimony).

Child custody — Being trained in issues associated with family dynamics and conflict management, the attorneys of Eduardo Ferszt have extensive experience helping to improve the lives of children and parents.

Child support — Through his work with various state child support divisions, eduardo Ferszt has gained the child support experience you need.

Relocation — You need a knowledgeable, experienced lawyer to defend your position on this difficult issue.

Mediation — Our attorneys have considerable mediation experience both in and out of the legal setting. This is a good way to resolve family issues, especially if children are involved.

Parenting while living apart — We provide parenting coordination services for families struggling with the transition to life after divorce.

Paternity — Whether you are determining your child’s paternity or disputing a paternity claim, we can represent you.

Adoption — Our experience with state laws is helpful for making the process go smoothly.

Parenting coordination — We offer parenting coordination services for families having difficulty in carrying out the terms of a court order, but do not want to go back to court.