The divorce lawyers at Kinnaird Law have spent 40 years helping families in the Colorado Springs area go through the divorce process.
Filing for bankruptcy is a big step in taking charge of your debts, but before you make a decision, you should speak to the experts at Kinnaird Law.
Personal Injury Law
Our Personal Injury Lawyers want our clients to focus on their physical and mental health while we seek justice for their pain and suffering.
Our expert attorneys, Jason A. Kinnaird and Jonathan Kinnaird, are ready to help you with your case.
Top Colorado Springs Lawyers for Bankruptcy, Divorce Lawyers, & Personal Injury
Colorado Springs Personal injury attorney get a bad rap. Bankruptcy lawyers may get it even worse, and let’s not even get started about the sad state of affairs for family lawyers. As a law firm that specializes in all three of these legal areas, we are well aware that building and maintaining an impeccable reputation is the key to providing the kind of service our clients in the Colorado Springs area have come to expect.
Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, & Divorce
At Kinnaird & Kinnaird Law, our Colorado Springs lawyers have spent decades handling personal injury, bankruptcy and divorce issues, achieving success for our clients. What makes the legal profession so rewarding is that success is defined in different ways. For our bankruptcy clients, helping them find a fair solution that will either pay off their creditors with a sound financial plan or eliminate a majority of their debt so that they can start over is success. For our personal injury clients, success is measured not just by the size of a settlement check, but also by the peace of mind that financial security can bring to a family shattered by an accident or loss.
For our family law clients who are going through a divorce, we do our best to ensure that they obtain a fair settlement that protects all their rights, whether that happens through mediation, negotiation, or a trial in front of a family court judge.
The lawyers at our firm are governed by three core principles: strength, compassion, and conscience. We have created a close-knit team of professionals who don’t believe that caring for our clients as we would our own family members is a bad thing. In fact, it is the personal attention that we devote to each case that sets up apart in each of our practice areas.
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