Unbundled Child Support Services

Our Firm Now offers Unbundled Child Support Services

We are developing new tools on our website that allow us to serve clients who wish to have unbundled services better. We have developed a way to help you produce all of the forms that you will need for your child support modification, have a lawyer review them and speak with us regarding your next steps, all at a very low cost to you.

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Unbundled Services offer freedom and flexibility in an affordable format.

Our attorneys have much experience in the filed of child support modifications. We can help you with your entire motion, or just a small part of it. Give us a call and let us know how we can help you.

Unbundled services allow you greater flexibility in the pursuit of your legal matter. While we believe that it is almost always better to have a lawyer on the case, we know that this is often not possible, or practical. We can help you produce all of the paperwork and make sure that the court will accept if for filing. Have a look at our unbundled child support services page here:

Unbundled child support services:

Click here to read more about our unbundled child support services and JDF 1403 form.

The Colorado Courts also provide several forms that you can fill out on your own (NOTE: these forms are not part or our site and we are not responsible for your use of them): Colorado Child Support Modification Forms JDF 1403 and others.

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Count Court Self Help Resources

We are rolling out our county court resources, beginning with the county court answer form.

In Colorado, you can be sued for up to $15,000 in county court. The paperwork usually states how much the plaintiff is seeking. If you have been sued in county court, we recommend contacting our office. We can give you some brief advice regarding what to expect. We can also discuss whether you want to hire our firm, or whether you may want to use an option to fill out an answer, have an attorney review it, and then file it  yourself.

We have made it very simple, you enter information into a form that is sent to an attorney, where it is reviewed and sent out to you, ready to be filed. Further, we speak with you for up to 30 minutes or so to make sure you know what to do from there.

If you want to know more, do not hesitate to call us. Visit our county court answer form page here.

You may or may not already know that many forms are available from the Colorado Court’s website here. (Our law firm cannot be responsible for your use of any of those forms unless it is under our direct advise. Use of this website alone does not constitute such advice.)