Areas of Expertise:

  • Dissolution of Civil Unions in Colorado.
  • Child Support Calculations/Disputes/Modifications.
  • Property Division (rights of parties in the equitable division of marital assets, including real property, pension plans, business interests, vehicles, etc.)
  • Spousal Support Calculations/Disputes/Modifications.
  • Business Valuation.
  • Prenuptial Agreements.
  • Mediation.
  • Restraining Orders and Domestic Violence.
  • Contempt of Court Citations.





Full Attorney Representation Available in:

Contested Matters


COMPETENT & EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION IN

CONTESTED MATTERS INVOLVING:

  • Allocation of Parental Responsibilities & Custody
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Asset and Debt Division
  • Post-Decree Modifications (parenting time, support, etc.)

FOR MORE INFORMATION & FREE CONSULTATION: 720-262-2711

        Sarah M. Mitchell, Esq.

  • University of Colorado School of Law, JD
  • Rice University, Bachelor of Arts
  • Admissions: Colorado
  • Contact:
    720-575-6711
    sarah@colorado-law-group.com


Family Law & Divorce

720-262-2711

info@colorado-law-group.com

‚Äč1777 S. Bellaire St., Ste. 419, Denver,  CO 80222

Competent, Compassionate, and Committed 

With an extensive civil litigation background, Sarah Mitchell is skilled at assisting clients in resolving complex domestic matters both in and out of court. Sarah's areas of expertise include post-decree modifications of parenting time, enforcement proceedings, relocation, etc. Sarah's practice focuses on resolving conflict with a solution-based approach that accounts for clients' unique circumstances and their respective needs.

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    Common Client Concerns

  • ATTORNEY RETENTION:
    Common misconception is that it is easier and less expensive to file divorce pro se. However, pro se filings are routinely dismissed for non-compliance, such as failure to submit the correct forms or comply with court orders in a timely manner. Retaining an experienced divorce attorney can save you the additional cost and headache associated with filing the wrong forms or documents.

  • DIVISION OF ASSETS:
    Another fallacy is that most couples lack assets of sufficient value to hire an attorney. Colorado is an equitable division state and therefore you are entitled to receive half of the marital assets along with half of the increase of value in assets your spouse might have acquired prior to the marriage. So simply not having purchased property during the marriage does not mean that you would not be entitled to half of the equity increase of your spouse's property over the length of the marriage. Commonly overlooked assets include:
    • Pensions, Retirement accounts
    • Business value increase
    • Home equity increase

  • ATTORNEY COST
    Colorado Law Group offers both limited scope representation on a flat fee and full representation on hourly basis depending on the client's circumstances. In turn, less complicated matters can be resolved on a flat fee that is affordable and easy to plan for.