Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce)
Legal Separation
Parental Responsibilities (Custody)
Complex asset valuation matters
Non-traditional families
Child Support
Contempt of Court actions
Trial preparation and litigation consultation
Mediation, Arbitration
Grandparents’ rights
Psychological parents’ rights (step-parents, etc)
Confidential consultations
Post-Decree Modification of Maintenance
Post-Decree Modification of Child Support
Post-Decree Modification of Parental Responsibilities, including parenting time and decision-making (Custody)

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Stahly LLC is a prominent law firm that prides itself in assisting clients to meet life’s challenges.  We practice only family law, so you will have a law firm with very focused skill that you can trust at such a critical time. Stahly LLC draws on its experience to assist clients in a variety of ways to help resolve their case. We use extra effort to work collaboratively throughout the process, even where the other side of the case is being oppositional. These ways include use of the traditional litigation model, a pre-filing settlement model, a mediation/negotiation settlement model, and to rely on unique tools such as Informed Divorce. Read More >

Colorado Lawyer Magazine

Colorado Lawyer Magazine, March, 2014
Domestic relations practitioners are frequently confronted with complicated evidentiary issues or prejudicial facts that can be a distraction from the important issues during litigation.Read More >

Telling Your Spouse You Want a Divorce

Divorce for Grownups, November 12, 2009
How you tell your spouse you are divorcing shapes the outcome. You have been unhappy with your marriage for years. And for the last two or three years you have been thinking about divorce, even fantasizing what life would be like if you were free. You have distanced from your spouse and have been in separate bedrooms for a year. Read More >

The “Good” Divorce

Raising Happiness, March 18, 2012
The title of this post is misleading: Divorce is difficult and painful for everyone involved, especially kids. I've never known anyone to have a "good" divorce, in that way you have a good meal or good sex—even when divorce was the right thing to do for everyone, including the kids. Divorce is horrible. It is the hardest, most painful thing I've ever done. And I had a "good" divorce. Read More >