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Violence in the Home and Family Law

Unfortunately, too many domestic relationships are marred by abuse and violence. The Family Law attorney must understand the relief available for victims, and be prepared to defend a client who has been accused of violence or abuse. When violence occurs, there are several points of entry to the judicial system for the affected family. They include child protective services, adult protective services, the criminal justice system, the juvenile justice system, and the civil courts.

Dealing with Emotions in Family Law Practice

Family law is a challenging, yet satisfying area of practice. It is one of the few fields of law that remains dominated by solo practitioners and small law firms. Family law emphasizes the individual, family, and personal relationships. Assisting a family which is in conflict to find compromises and common ground can profoundly benefit the parties and their children. The rewards from this practice are great but there are pitfalls in the practice also. 

Colorado Welcomes Civil Unions

The Colorado Civil Union Act passed the Senate and is currently pending approval from Govenor John Hickenlooper.  Govenor Hickenlooper is expected to sign the civil unions bill into law in a public ceremony on March 21, 2013.  Portions of the Act will go into effect May 1, 2013 and the remaining portions will be effective January 1, 2014.