The largest firm dedicated to family law in Colorado Springs.

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  • Leadersin Family Law

    The largest in Colorado Springs

    We are Colorado Springs' largest and most experienced law firm dedicated to only family law.

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  • TheSupport You Need

    Protect What Matters Most

    We will protect what matters most allowing you to transition to a new life with confidence and security.

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  • DefendingYour Future

    Standing Up For You

    Don’t get pushed around by other lawyers, the system or unreasonable ex’s. We will stand up against injustice and unfairness on your behalf!

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    We specialize in divorce and military divorce. We offer free divorce consultations to help you determine the best course of action.

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Defending Your Future

Don’t get pushed around by other lawyers, the system or unreasonable ex’s. We will stand up against injustice and unfairness on your behalf!

If you live in the Colorado Springs/Pueblo metro areas and you are considering a divorce, or have recently been served with divorce papers, you are probably wondering how this life-changing event will affect your future.

Divorce can be a very difficult and perplexing time, but fortunately, you don't have to handle it on your own. The divorce lawyers/attorneys at Marrison Family Law in Colorado Springs can help you make the best decisions right from the start.

We will explain your rights, outline your options and help you reach the best possible outcome. Mistakes made throughout this process can severely impact your final divorce settlement, and you won't want to jeopardize important agreements on child custody, child and spousal support, division of property and the possession your family home.

Getting a divorce in the Colorado Springs or Pueblo CO areas involves two basic issues that must be resolved. First, you need to figure out how you will divide your property; secondly, if you have children, you must make a plan for how they will be raised after the divorce. For military families, there are a number of other issues to be considered, which civilians generally do not need to handle.

If you are thinking about a divorce, you need an experienced and qualified divorce lawyer to advise you along the way. Without this guidance, it will be easy to forget important assets, or be unprepared for conflicts when they arise.

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Call us at (719) 577-9292 or complete this form to request a complimentary consultation with a Family Law attorney.


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