Colorado Father’s Rights, Parental Alienation & Family Law Attorney

Martin Law Firm is the business name of Brett W. Martin, P.C., a Colorado Professional Corporation established in 1996 specializing in helping fathers in parental alienation, paternity, divorce, custody law, child support, domestic relations, father’s rights, family, visitation and juvenile cases within the Denver-Boulder metro area and the Colorado Front Range.

The primary focus of Martin Law Firm is the advancement of Father’s Rights through aggressive and persistent representation of Colorado fathers in parental alienation, divorce, paternity, child custody, visitation and family law cases.  The founder of the firm and managing attorney, Brett W. Martin, Esq., believes in the importance of fathers in their children’s lives and actively promotes the interests and concerns of fathers in Colorado domestic and family law litigation.  This is a small firm, and personal attention is given to fathers to help and guide them through what for many is a very difficult, if not the worst, time in their lives — fighting to be acknowledged and heard as a parent.

Views expressed in this site are mainly from a father’s perspective.  The perspective is that of the firm’s founder and reflects the views of a father having been through divorce, a business owner and that of an attorney litigating custody law matters on a regular basis.  None of the views and comments expressed should be taken as legal advice and the reader is cautioned that every case is different, and that the facts and circumstances often control the outcome.

Legal Services Provided by Martin Law Firm

Martin Law Firm provides counsel and legal representation in Colorado Divorce, Custody, Child Support and related Family Law cases.  Services provided vary by the facts and circumstances of each client and may include:

Pre-Divorce Planning

  • Property & Debt Analysis
  • Asset Owner Structuring
  • Trust Evaluation, Creation & Adjustment
  • Asset Valuation
  • Separate vs Marital Property Analysis
  • Responsible Debtor Planning
  • Prenuptial, Premarital & Postnuptial Agreements

Contested Divorce Proceedings

  • Asset Investigation, Valuation & Appraisal
  • Business Valuations — Closely Held Company, Professional Practices, Sole Proprietorships
  • Forensic Investigation & Financial Analysis
  • Database Searches
  • Investigation & Discovery — Depositions, Interrogatories Document & Records Review & Analysis
  • Hidden Assets
  • Ownership Tracing and Marital Property Designation
  • Marital Waste & Accounting for Lost or Misused Property
  • Retirement Plans, Stocks, Bonds, 401k Plans, PERA, IRAs
  • Investments
  • Family Trusts
  • Family Partnerships
  • Inherited Property
  • Allocation of Debt
  • Structured Property Division & Settlement

Child Support & Alimony or Maintenance Determination, Adjustment & Litigation

  • Establishment
  • Modification
  • Hidden Income Investigation
  • Support Guidelines

Child Custody Litigation

  • Abduction
  • Removal — Move Away
  • Parental Alienation & PAS
  • Parental Kidnapping
  • Child & Spousal Abuse, False Abuse Allegations
  • Protection & Restraining Orders
  • Motion to Restrict Parenting Time
  • Dependency and Neglect (D&N) Proceedings
  • Substance & Prescription Abuse & Misuse
  • Visitation — Parenting Time Schedules
  • Supervised Contact
  • Custody Evaluations
  • Mental Health Problems
  • Step-Parent Adoptions
  • Termination of Parental Rights
  • Shared Parenting Plans
  • Long Distance Parenting Arrangements

Enforcement of Agreements & Orders

  • Violation of Court Orders
  • Contempt Proceedings
  • Civil Litigation
  • Defense Against Contempt & Enforcement Motions

Post Decree Parenting & Custody Modification

  • Change of Custody
  • Adjusting Visitation
  • Modifying Parenting Time
  • Decision-Making Changes

Post Dissolution Estate Planning

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Insurance Considerations


  • Review Trial Court decision
  • Legal Research & Analysis of Grounds for Appeal
  • Appeal Preparation
  • Draft Appellate Briefs
  • Present Oral Arguments to the Court