Fort Collins Family Law
Divorce & Child Custody Battles
Let us fight for you! Our unique Fort Collins Family Law Attorneys team approach to all of our cases allows us to help our clients find the most beneficial outcome for their legal issues. We strive to take the fear and frustration out of the legal process by partnering with our clients and our team to work towards your legal goals.
Clients look to Fort Collins Family Law Attorneys, Alexander & Ewert for honest and realistic advice in the areas of Divorce, Separation, Child Custody and Child Support.
Divorce & Separation
Divorces are scary. We take the mystery and anxiety out of divorce by expertly guiding you through your separation. We educate our clients on every step.
Custody is arguably the most complicated part of any case. At Alexander & Ewert we help you put the best interests of your child first.
The transition from two adults in a household to having to support yourself can be financially difficult. We fight for maintenance to help from the beginning of the case.
At Alexander & Ewert, we will help you determine if both parties’ incomes are being calculated correctly. This will help you ensure that the correct amount of child support is being ordered.
Anytime there is a case filed or a post-decree modification requested, the Court will order you into mediation. At Alexander & Ewert, we help protect your interests and goals in mediation.
Your children continue to grow and change. Often times your parenting plan needs to grow and change with them.
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The Fort Collins Family Law Attorneys, Alexander & Ewert, help clients with divorce, custody, and child support matters.
We protect people’s legal family rights during life’s unexpected challenges.
The Fort Collins Family Law Attorneys, Alexander & Ewert are known for their straight-forward and clear evaluations of each client’s unique needs.
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