Colorado Springs Divorce Lawyer
The family attorneys at Plog & Stein, P.C. will travel to all parts of the state, including Colorado Springs. Since 1999, our experienced attorneys have assisted both clients with cases in Colorado Springs (El Paso County) and clients from Colorado Springs with cases in the Denver metropolitan area courts. This representation has included helping clients with issues related to:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Property division
- and more..
At Plog & Stein, P.C., our Colorado Springs divorce lawyers recognize the difficult times a person goes through when dealing with a divorce or custody matter. In these uncertain times, our goal is to provide each client with the comfort of knowing that he or she is well represented when dealing with both financial and child-related issues. Nothing matters more than your future, and that of your children, as you start the next phase of your life.
Divorce Cases in Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs is in El Paso County and is part of Colorado’s 4th Judicial District. Divorce and custody cases are dealt with in the main courthouse downtown. The experienced Colorado Springs family law attorneys at Plog & Stein, P.C. will handle cases statewide, including El Paso County. As we are located on the southern end of the Denver metropolitan area, the drive to Colorado Springs is not much more than driving to Adams County or Boulder. Our divorce lawyers have represented Colorado Springs residents, as well as taken cases in Colorado Springs over the years. In essence, we view the front range as one big metropolitan area, with similar needs when it comes to divorce and custody.
For nearly two decades, the attorneys at Plog & Stein, P.C. have focused their legal practice on one area, family law. It is our belief that by sticking to one area of the law, we are able to gain insight and knowledge as to all aspects of the courts, statutes, and case law, including the relevant changes that transpire over the years. Regardless of those changes, the central issues to any family law case remain the same. As such, we strive to keep abreast of all issues that may come with a divorce or custody case, including custody, visitation, child support, alimony, property and debt division, and more. Each party to a divorce or custody case has certain rights and options. We believe it is our job to explore those options, with goal of providing the best, most realistic, outcome for each of our clients.
As part of our efforts, we believe honesty and efficiency are key. At Plog & Stein, P.C., we also recognize that money doesn’t grow on trees and that people are looking for economical resolutions. As such, our goal is to get each client from point A to point B in the most cost effective manner possible. Our Colorado Springs divorce attorneys strive to give sound, honest advice on each issue, and to let our clients make decisions from there. Though you do not always have a say in what issues will be fought over, you often have a say in how you proceed with dealing with those issues in your divorce or custody case. Our family law experience allows us to analyze each case from all perspectives and to determine what is worth settling and which issues you may ultimately need to have decided by a judge. Though a divorce or custody case does not have to be contentious, or ugly, some are. The divorce lawyers at Plog & Stein, P.C. are equally adept in and out of the courtroom, whether it comes to getting your case resolved or taking it to trial. Again, the end goal is the best possible outcome for both you and your children, from an emotional and financial aspect.
Plog & Stein, P.C. is located in Greenwood Village, just off of I-25 , at the Orchard exit. We are easily accessible from the highway for clients coming up from Colorado Springs. Our knowledgeable divorce attorneys in Denver are ready to meet your divorce and custody needs. In light of the somewhat greater distance, we do offer a travel discount on our fees for cases in El Paso County. Give us a call at (303) 781-0322, or contact us via our website, to discuss your custody, divorce, or child support matter.
Life in Colorado Springs
Colorado Spring was incorporated in 1886 and had a population of approximately 416,000, as of 2010. Though Denver’s little sister in terms of population, Colorado Springs offers a great standard of living and a wide array of activities for people of all ages. In 2006, Colorado Springs was named the Best Big City in the U.S. by Money Magazine.
Colorado Springs is the state’s second largest metropolitan area. The Springs is home to many unique institutions, with national, if not global, significance. With a huge military presences, Colorado Springs is home to thousands of soldiers stations at Fort Carson. It is also home to the U.S. Air Force Academy, which holds a rich military, academic, and athletic tradition. Though not seen by the average visitor, the Springs is also home to NORAD, a significant part of our national defense system. In terms of employment, the military is, by far, the city’s largest employer.
Beyond military sites, Colorado Spring is also home to many points of interest, including the Broadmoor Hotel and resort, the U.S. Olympic Training Center, and the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. On the outskirts of town, one can spend a day visiting the Cave of the Winds or the Garden of the Gods. The Springs is also home to Colorado College, always a contender in the world of NCAA hockey. With Pike’s Peak always in the background, one could argue that Colorado Springs is one of the most scenic cities in America.