Harmony Law provides legal representation, advice and assistance with family law matters in Northern Colorado and Southeast Wyoming, including the following types of cases:
- Uncontested Divorce
- Divorce with children
- Divorce without children
- Property Division
- Child Custody and Visitation ("parenting rights and responsibilities")
- Modifications to parental rights and responsibilities
- Child support issues
Divorce - There are a lot of problems and issues that can break up a marriage. Each situation is different and is entitled to the individual focus and energy that Harmony Law can bring. The main goal of divorce is to legally dissolve a marriage. The main focus is on property division and the right to time and responsibilities towards the children. For more about divorce, please see Harmony Law's frequently asked questions page.
Parental Responsibilities (Child Custody), Child Visitation and Child Support - We understand that your kids are more important that anything else. Harmony Law understands the importance of insulating the children as much as possible from the tension and uncertainty divorce brings. We put in the time and effort to protect your kids, and your parenting rights just as if they were our own. Call us if you need a modification to child custody, adjustments to parenting time or have concerns about other parenting issues arising out of your divorce.
Grandparent Rights - Grandparents also have rights to time with their grandchildren. If the grandparents have raised the grandchildren, they may also have custody or parental rights and responsibilities. We help grandparents with their legal rights to see their grandchildren.
Please feel free to contact Harmony law through our website
You may also contact Harmony Law by telephone at 970-488-1857.
Harmony Law's family law practice serves those in Northern Colorado, and Southeast Wyoming, including Larimer County, Weld County, Fort Collins, Wellington, Greeley, Evans, Windsor, Timnath, Severance, Loveland, Laporte, Nunn and Livermore in Colorado, and Laramie County, Albany County, Goshen County, Cheyenne, Torrington, Pine Bluffs, Laramie, Yoder, Hawk Springs, LaGrange, Lingle and Fort Laramie.