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Trust Family ATtorneys with what matters

Legal disputes that involve one's family can be full of unexpected joys, as well as sorrowful surprises. Whether you wish for a divorce or wonder about the division of your assets, it's important to be on steady ground when dealing with a family matter. That's why you need to turn to dedicated family attorneys to provide clear direction.

Divorces are rarely simple, emotionally or financially. With more than four combined decades of legal experience, our attorneys here at Kinnaird Law can help individuals and families through the complex divorce process. We'll explain your options from start to finish, seeking a favorable result.

When children are involved in a family law issue, you may have many questions: How can I win custody? How much will I owe for child support? What are my parenting responsibilities? At Kinnaird Law, we understand how frustrating this process can be. That's why we're to assist you every step of the way with guidance you can trust.

Ever since 1977, our firm has proudly served Colorado, including Colorado Springs, Monument, and Pueblo, with fierce leadership and compassionate counsel. Schedule a free consultation today with one of our skilled attorneys so you can start to focus on what matters most in your life.


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bankruptcy: starting a new chapter

If you are facing a financial crisis, filing for bankruptcy can be a tough decision. Having a qualified bankruptcy attorney by your side to provide direction can help you understand your options under the law. You will finally feel free to make an informed, courageous decision for your financial future. You don't have to face this future alone.

Our firm — Kinnaird Law Firm — understands that bankruptcy doesn't have to mean failure or a permanent mark of shame. In fact, depending on the kind of bankruptcy you file, you may be able to keep most of your property. Allow us to guide you through the process.

In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, meant for individuals with limited incomes, your non-exempt assets will be used to pay your creditors. These creditors may finally stop harassing you and your family. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, meant for individuals with larger incomes, you can keep most of your property, paying your creditors through a repayment plan.

Bankruptcy is not a foregone conclusion, but as your skilled representation, we will be with you every step of the way. Our goal is to help you turn the page to a new chapter of your financial life. Reach out to us in Pueblo, Monument, and Colorado Springs, Colorado, for a consultation.