A divorce can be complicated, especially when children are involved. It is up to you to decide whether and how you use a lawyer in your divorce. The laws allow you to conduct your divorce “pro se, which means “for yourself” in Latin. Divorce cases are filed and heard in the states district courts, not in Federal or municipal courts.
An experienced Colorado family law attorney has the skills to evaluate and present your case in court. They work frequently with local judges which gives them experience in helping you know what to expect in court. They spend considerable time in education in this area and can advise you regarding different financial options and help you weigh and balance the risks and/or possible benefits. Their experience can help you negotiate what would be the best outcome for you personally. They can help you work out how you will be able to handle the financial changes that accompany a divorce, can refer you to additional resources to help you with financial or parenting challenges and can help you understand complicated legal issues.
Lynn Landis-Brown is a Family Lawyer in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where she founded Lynn Landis-Brown P.C. She listens compassionately and understands your legal, emotional and financial concerns due to her own experiences of divorce from her parents divorcing, her own divorce and now as a step-grandmother. With her background in litigations, she has great experiences with fighting for your rights in the courtroom.