Why Gutterman Griffiths Family Law Firm?

The break-up of families in our country has been called the greatest crisis in modern America.  Each day in Colorado, 56 couples choose to end their marriages in divorce.  Adding to the pain of the break-up is the confusion, difficulty, and unknown of the legal process.

There are many family law firms.  However, we believe there are none that match Gutterman Griffith’s expertise, experience, compassion, and recognition in the business and legal communities. Our firm is experienced with complicated divorce, child custody, child support, paternity, abuse and same-sex family issues.

If you are looking for a divorce lawyer, we serve the Denver metro area, including Denver, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson, Boulder, Broomfield and Adams counties. Gutterman Griffiths will also represent you in other Colorado cities such as Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge, Durango, Grand Junction or Steamboat Springs. Please give us a call; we will be happy to discuss your situation.

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2017 Women to Watch

Shareholders Kristi Anderson Wells and Carolyn Witkus were featured in Colorado Business Magazine’s 2017 Women to Watch. Read the article...

Articles | 8.16.2017

Congratulations, Kristi Anderson Wells!

Shareholder, Kristi Anderson Wells, was recently named the co-chair of the Colorado Judicial Institute Family Law Committee. Learn more about...

Articles | 8.7.2017

The Benefits of Positive Procrastination

Attorney, Jon Eric Stuebner, was recently featured in Family Lawyer Magazine. He discusses being organized as a lawyer and how a little downtime could be the best for you, your practice and your clients.

Articles | 7.31.2017

Is a Collaborative Divorce Right for Your Situation?

There’s a lot of information - some of it misleading - all over the internet about traditional divorce.  But there’s not that a lot of good information out there about collaborative divorce in Colorado.  In fact, most family law attorneys don’t know much if anything about it, even though it is a growing, world-wide movement.

Articles | 7.17.2017