Leadville Child Custody Law Firm Providing Family Services With Your Child’s Best Interests in Mind

  • Lindsey Parlin is one of the top attorneys in Leadville, and is known for her honest and aggressive style of legal representation.
  • Our law firm will always keep the best interests of your child in mind when resolving child custody disputes.
  • Award winning lawyer Lindsey Parlin has been honored by the Leadville Herald Democrat three years in a row with the title of “Favorite Local Attorney,” which is based on the number of positive reviews she garners.
  • Attorney Lindsey Parlin’s background as a Child and Family Investigator has helped her earn a reputation as one of the top family law lawyers in Leadville.
  • Unlike other law firms, Parlin Law offers flexible hours to make meetings more convenient for clients.

Lake County Child Custody Attorney

Lake County child custody lawyer Lindsey Parlin is experienced in all aspects of child custody issues including visitation, decision-making, emergency issues, modifications, and enforcement. Nothing is a higher priority than your children and your relationship with them. If you are involved – or expect to be involved – in a child custody dispute, call the law offices of Lindsey Parlin at once and get the legal help you need now.

Sometimes divorcing parents can work out their custody issues with the help of experienced family law attorneys and without the need for a trial in front of a judge. In other divorces, custody and visitation are hotly-contested and a hearing is required. In those cases, Lindsey Parlin will be fully prepared to fight aggressively for the best interests of you and your children. In Colorado, the legal term “parental responsibility” is used rather than “custody.” Legally, “parental responsibility” addresses three concerns: which parent the children will reside with, which parent has the right to make major decisions for them, and what the non-custodial parent’s visitation rights are. (In Colorado law, visitation is called “parenting time”.) Custody and visitation orders end in Colorado when a child turns age 18.


Every custody case – and every child – is unique. In some cases, lawyers must take legal action to enforce visitation orders or to protect children from dangerous situations. Having worked as a Child and Family Investigator (CFI) for Colorado’s 5th Judicial District, Chaffee County child tutelage Attorney Lindsey Parlin has solid experience, not only in conducting complex interviews and investigations, but also in providing fact-based custody and visitation recommendations. Whether you are dealing with a minor visitation dispute or a much more serious matter, Ms. Parlin has the required know-how and experience to help you achieve the best possible custody outcome for your family.

Lindsey Parlin was very professional and I felt she fought for everything I was entitled to. She was very knowledgable about all the statutes and laws, and knew when to be assertive to the court mediator to get a fair agreement for me. I would highly recomend Lindsey’s law firm. – Jim Shaffer


If you’d like to know more about how we can help in your situation, you can take advantage of a free initial consultation with our founding attorney Lindsey Parlin (at her Leadville law offices or offsite as well). Our law office assists families with a variety of family law matters. Some of the areas that we’re experienced in (regarding family law) include child custody, child support, property division agreements, domestic violence protection orders, and maintenance issues. We serve clients in El Paso, Lake, Park, Summit, and Chafee counties. If divorce has hit your family and if you are involved in any child custody dispute (or anticipating one) you need to get legal counsel from an experienced Chaffee County child custody lawyer. You can reach us by phone (simply call 719-310-3703) or you can send us a message through the contact form here on our website. Remeber: all initial consultation are free of charge.