What Makes YouLaw Colorado, Different
When I founded my law practice, my goal was to make family law and estate planning services efficient, affordable and convenient for clients in Denver and throughout Colorado. I also believe that there are better ways to come to a settlement than fighting and going to court. I focus on using mediation and collaborative law approaches, where all parties are respectful of each other and where compromise serves everyone’s interests. I put my well-honed negotiation skills to work for my clients’ benefit while I protect their legal and emotional needs.
An Innovative, Virtual Law Firm Serving Clients In Denver, Colorado And Throughout The State In Family Law And Estate Planning
Family Law Doesn’t Have To Be Confrontational
When relationships end, emotions run high. Sometimes the urge to get even overtakes the practicalities of working out an equitable divorce or custody settlement. Many attorneys are happy to play the adversarial role, but I believe there is a better way. Using mediation and collaborative law practices promotes civility and compromise in what can be a stressful situation that quickly spirals into acrimony in a traditional setting. Mediation is also the most cost-effective way to get to the finish line. At YouLaw Colorado, I believe a good outcome for my clients doesn’t have to involve a lot of drama.
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While I met Zac through divorce professional organizations several years ago, we did not work together on a case until recently. Coincidentally, we were both referred to the same couple by two different people. The couple was not actually married, but smart enough to realize they needed professional advice because they commingled their finances and bought a house together making the cost of any mistakes much higher.
Zac was perfect with his flexible approach enabling them to start with an initial consultation to identify their needs and then get more of his help as needed. Since they agreed on most things, they only needed a few hours with him to understand the process, iron out the final items and details, and then put it into writing. His approach gave them the support they needed to reach their own agreements and avoid the common errors people make trying to do it all on their own.