Family Law

Family law is an umbrella term that includes a wide range of types of cases, beyond divorce. Our attorneys have decades of experience serving clients in family law.

Andersen Law PC’s family law services include the following:

  • Divorce
  • Prenuptial agreements (also called prenups)
  • Postnuptial agreements (also called postnups)
  • Cohabitation agreements
  • Legal separations
  • Annulments
  • Mediation
  • Adoptions including step-parent adoptions
  • Parenting time
  • Maintenance (also called alimony or spousal support)
  • Division of property
  • Child support
  • Civil unions
  • Allocation of parental responsibilities
  • Dependency and neglect proceedings
  • Contempt
  • Protection orders
  • Post-decree issues
  • Enforcement of court orders
  • Relocations
  • Grandparent proceedings
  • Guardianships

Basically, any type of legal issue a family may have is “family law.” If you need assistance with an issue listed above, or are unsure whether your case falls under family law, give us a call at 720-922-3880 or schedule your free consultation by clicking the button below.

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