Lake County Family Law Attorney
Serving Clients in Lake County, Chaffee County and Eagle County, Colorado
With law offices in Leadville, Colorado, family law attorney Lindsey Parlin is experienced in a variety of family law matters including child custody and parenting time, child support and collection, legal separation, and divorce. If you are involved in any family law dispute, call Ms. Parlin’s law offices promptly and get the sound legal help you need. Attorney Lindsey Parlin knows that divorce filings – “dissolutions of marriage” in Colorado – often blend complex legal issues with highly-charged emotions. When children are involved, there’s often tension and at times grief. The end of a marriage is a significant life event that requires sensitive, dedicated legal counsel. Combining her experience with an aggressive yet thoughtful approach, Lake County family law attorney Lindsey Parlin guides her clients through the dissolution process while working to achieve the best possible resolutions. Ms. Parlin works one-on-one with each client to understand their specific needs and concerns and to develop effective strategies for legal action.
Attorneys find that often the most volatile issue in divorce cases is child custody (also known as parenting time) since this affects the relationship between the parents and child and the child’s personal development. Items considered by the court in determining parenting time may include the distances involved, the ages of the children, and additional related factors. The court rules based on what it considers the best interests of the children. Chaffee County family law attorney Lindsey Parlin encourages clients to prioritize the interests of their children and to safeguard them as far as possible from any tension between the parents. As a Child and Family Investigator (CFI) for Colorado’s 5th Judicial District, Ms. Parlin has conducted interviews and investigations and has made custody and visitation recommendations to the court, experience that gives her unique insights and skills in child custody disputes.
Division of assets is another frequently-acrimonious issue. Full disclosure – bank statements, tax records, pay stubs, receipts, and other documents – is required by law. Colorado is an “equitable distribution” state; assets and debts are divided between spouses “fairly,” but not necessarily equally. Judges consider a variety of factors and have substantial discretion. While most asset division can be resolved in mediation, Colorado family law attorney Lindsey Parlin will take whatever legal action is needed to achieve a genuinely fair division of assets.
A DEVOTED FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY
Lawyer Lindsey Parlin offers free initial consultations to prospective clients at her Leadville law offices or offsite as well; evening and weekend appointments are available. Ms. Parlin represents clients throughout Eagle, Lake, Park, Summit, and Chafee counties. Her law office has a number of different practice areas in family law including child custody, child support, property division, and maintenance issues. If you are involved in any family law dispute, get the legal counsel and representation you need from an experienced Eagle County family law attorney. Take the action you need to take now – please complete the form on the contact page of this site or call the law offices of Lindsey Parlin at 719-310-3703 to schedule a consultation. There’s no time to waste when it comes to reaching solutions for your divorce or family law legal issue–call the Parlin Law P.C. law firm today.