Colorado Family Law and Complex Family Issues
In 2006, the U.S. Census Bureau defined family as "two or more people who are related by blood, marriage, or adoption who are residing in the same house together." Only five years later, in 2011, what we now define as "family" still includes the "traditional" family of a husband, wife and 2.5 kids, but also includes same sex couples, single parents, and married and unmarried couples. Families now include international adoptions, foster children, and step children from both parents. Blended families have become a social norm because people are choosing lifestyles that are more personally suitable, as opposed to those that conform to societal expectations. Due to the evolution of the American family, our challenge now is to create legislation and establish policies to address the needs of our complex culture and solve the issues that face our contemporary families.
Located in Denver (303) 299-9484 and Fort Collins (970) 472-1838, The Harris Law Firm is Colorado's largest family law firm. Focusing exclusively on Colorado Divorce and Colorado Child Custody and Support, the firm's philosophy is to work with you to resolve your legal matter in the best way possible. When you consult with one of our attorneys, the expert legal advice you receive will help you understand your rights and options according to Colorado law. And when you retain this AV rated firm, the many years of combined experience provided by your legal team will ensure that the resolution of your case is handled in the most organized, timely, cost efficient and effective manner possible. If you want to limit conflict and protect your rights, call us today to schedule a private consultation in our Denver or Fort Collins offices. Call us at 303 299 9484 or send us an email at email@example.com.
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