Family law issues are usually very complicated and bring up many emotions for the people involved. When your concerns involve a business, high-asset property division or a well-known personal brand, you need an attorney who knows Colorado family law and who understands the sensitivity involved in these issues.

At McGuane and Hogan, P.C., we regularly represent clients in Denver and throughout the state with these concerns. Our partners, Frank McGuane and Kathy Hogan wrote the Colorado Family Law Practice Series. This book is referenced regularly by attorneys, judges and others involved in family law issues, all over the state.

Our lawyers work closely with you to find the right solution to your unique problem. We can help you with these and other family law issues:

  • Divorce — We handle divorces of all types for a variety of clients.
  • Child support — Our attorneys are intimately familiar with the Colorado child support guidelines and will help you determine the proper amount of support for your children.
  • Child custody — We can help you create a parenting plan, make adjustments if one parent chooses to relocate and help with third-party visitation issues. We can also help you understand and enforce your parental rights.
  • Grandparents' rights — We can help grandparents seek visitation and custodial rights to their grandchildren in certain circumstances.
  • Post-divorce modifications and enforcement — After the divorce is final, you may need to make adjustments or hold your ex-spouse to his or her side of the agreement.
  • Spousal support — We can help you determine whether support is a factor in your divorce and how much is reasonable.
  • Cohabitation agreements — We can help you and your partner determine how certain expenses are to be handled and what property and assets will be commingled and what should be kept separate.
  • Same-sex family law — We can assist couples married in another state with any separation or other legal concerns and we help couples establish or dissolve civil unions in Colorado.
  • Pre and postnuptial agreements — Whether you are getting married or considering divorce, it is a good idea to establish how property and assets are to be divided if divorce occurs.
  • Family law appeals — If you believe you were not granted a fair trial or if a mistake was made during the divorce process, you may be allowed to appeal the decision.
  • Domestic violence — We can advise you on your rights and talk to you about the pros and cons of various remedies and approaches.
  • Marital torts — We can advise you on whether you might have a claim for damages against your spouse or partner for physical injuries sustained during your relationship.

Sensitive To Your Needs, Oriented To Your Goals

We understand how difficult these complex issues can be. Our civil, principled approach to family law is designed to support you through this process with a minimum of stress while producing the maximum benefit for you.

Call us to schedule a consultation at 303-691-9600 or contact us online. We have offices in Cherry Creek and Aspen and we serve clients all over Colorado.