Lynn Landis-Brown, P.C., is a valuable resource and ally of Colorado residents facing family law issues such as those listed below. Follow the links to read more about concerns common to many of our clients. Contact lawyer Lynn Landis-Brown to schedule a consultation regarding any of the following:
- Divorce, legal separation or annulment: You may realize that your marriage is essentially over, but are not sure how to move forward. You may not want any further entanglement in your spouse's debts. You may have decided it is time to get on with your own life. You are not sure how to go about settling legal issues such as property and debt division or child custody. You may wonder how long your divorce will take or how to proceed if you are a professional or business owner with complex property and debt division issues. Many clients of Lynn Landis-Brown, P.C., are not ready to finalize a divorce, but they seek the protection of a legal separation to avoid any further entanglement in their spouses' financial affairs. Attorney Lynn Landis-Brown has a great deal of experience and a vast storehouse of legal knowledge in the area of family law. She is well prepared to advise you in your divorce, legal separation or annulment.
- Child custody and parenting issues: Put your child's needs first while also protecting your parental rights and long-term financial well-being. Design a parenting plan that puts your children's best interests first. Ask an attorney at Lynn Landis-Brown, P.C., about how to protect your parental rights as a father or mother in a separated co-parenting family. Inquire about legal solutions for grandparents raising grandchildren such as guardianship or conservatorship for minors. See links on this website with valuable information about parenting resources, parenting classes, online parenting tools and reading lists for children that may help them cope with issues in divorce.
- Child support: Sometimes there are very good reasons to petition for a deviation from state child support guidelines.
- Spousal support or alimony: Spousal support is more likely to be called for after a long-term marriage.
- Domestic violence: At the heart of domestic violence situations are inevitably attempts by one party in a relationship to control another. Our law firm represents people in need of protection orders as well as people who have been unjustly named in such orders.
- Modifying existing orders: If there have been significant and enduring changes in either or both former spouses' or co-parents' circumstances, a family law judge may order a modification. Modifications of child custody, child visitation, child support and/or spousal support (alimony) are all possible. If previously undisclosed assets of either spouse come to light after a divorce, a judge may reopen a divorce case.
- Child relocation: When one parent needs to move for a change of military duty station (PCS), work, study, family or other financial reasons, child custody disputes may arise.
- Enforcement of orders: Learn how Lynn Landis-Brown, P.C., can help you enforce child custody, visitation, child support, spousal support or property division orders.
- Military issues in family law: Get the personalized advice you need regarding where you should file for divorce when one spouse is or has been stationed in Colorado or when either spouse lives in Colorado.
- Mediation/ADR/collaborative law: Mediate your divorce and avoid court to minimize losses.
- Mediate your divorce and avoid court: Out-of-court settlement through mediation is a good way to avoid intensifying the conflict involved in a divorce. Talk to Lynn Landis-Brown in Colorado Springs about what to expect in mediation. Is a collaborative model the best option?
- Nontraditional families: Whether or not your family is recognized by law, you know better than anyone else the commitments by which you have lived. If you and your domestic partner wish to establish a cohabitation agreement, divide property after having lived together, parent children together, determine child custody and visitation after having parented together or discuss health care or estate matters particular to your situation, contact Colorado Springs family law and divorce attorney Lynn Landis-Brown, P.C.
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- Guardianship and conservatorship: Strengthen and clarify legal and financial issues regarding your elderly parent(s), your disabled adult child or sibling, or your niece, nephew or grandchild whom you care for.
- Elder law: We handle legal issues that arise when a minor child's parent passes away, when an adult or child is deemed to be incapacitated by the court, when planning for a loved one to enter a retirement home and many other situations.
Contact Lynn Landis-Brown, P.C., to schedule a consultation with an experienced Colorado Springs family law attorney.
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