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Grob & Eirich, LLC

12596 W. Bayaud AvenueSuite 390Lakewood, CO 80228
Phones: 303-816-8147
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At Grob & Eirich, LLC, our professional team brings decades of relevant experience to each unique family situation. We are among the most accomplished, respected Colorado lawyers practicing in:

  • Adoption. Our work covers the spectrum of adoptive parent, foster parent, relative and caregiver representation, contested adoption cases, domestic and international adoptions, adoptions by same-sex couples, stepparent adoptions, adoption subsidy negotiations, adoption...
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At Grob & Eirich, LLC, our professional team brings decades of relevant experience to each unique family situation. We are among the most accomplished, respected Colorado lawyers practicing in:

  • Adoption. Our work covers the spectrum of adoptive parent, foster parent, relative and caregiver representation, contested adoption cases, domestic and international adoptions, adoptions by same-sex couples, stepparent adoptions, adoption subsidy negotiations, adoption dissolution and adoption agency representation.
  • Assisted reproduction. We provide sound advice and diligent representation to intended parents, surrogates, egg donors and semen donors with a wide range of legal and financial concerns.
  • Guardianship and custody. We help many relatives and other caregivers secure the legal authority needed to raise and support children.
  • Child welfare. We apply extensive knowledge of federal, state and local child welfare laws to help foster parents, relatives and third-party caregivers provide and maintain safe, loving homes for children.

Each family situation is unique and deserves the compassion, professionalism and diligence that we bring to each case. You will be informed of every step along the way and prepared for any issue that could arise. Our goal is the same as yours - the process is smooth and the result is final and irrevocable.

At the Grob & Eirich, LLC, we are:

  • Experienced. We have over 20 years of experience and know the legal intricacies of these types of cases.
  • Professional. We are attentive to your needs and fully prepared for any legal proceeding.
  • Objective. We assess the benefits and risks so that you can make an informed and deliberate decision.
  • Connected. We know and work with many of the agencies, organizations and individuals in these fields.
  • Hard-working. We work diligently and follow through on our promises.
  • Compassionate. We are empathetic and understanding during what can be an emotional and difficult time.
  • Results-driven. We understand the complexities of federal, state, and county laws and regulations and know how to apply these laws to get the final result you want.
  • Responsive. We return every contact within 24 hours.
  • Accomplished. We have received numerous legal awards, written many of Colorado’s adoption, relinquishment, and child welfare laws, and published extensively.
  • Timely. We work as fast as the process and law allows so that you can start enjoying your new family.
  • Passionate. Our work is child centered and we feel honored to help build families.

The dedicated professional team at the Grob & Eirich, LLC stands prepared to put decades of relevant experience to work building or protecting your family. Collectively, we have managed more than 1,000 adoptions and 350 assisted medical reproduction cases, including numerous groundbreaking cases.

Attorneys Seth A. Grob and Timothy J. Eirich have decades of combined experience writing important laws, influencing public policy and, above all, serving clients with skill and compassion. Along the way, they have published extensively in their chosen fields and been recognized with numerous prestigious legal awards.

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Practice Areas
AdoptionAssisted ReproductionGuardianshipChild CustodyChild Welfare
Honors
Excellence in Practice Award for a Juvenile Law Attorney at the Colorado Summit for Children Youth and Families, 2012Amy M. Silberberg Award, American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, 2008Angels in Adoption Award, Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, 2006Linda T. Palmieri Annual Award, 1st Judicial Bar Association, State of Colorado, 2006· Outstanding Legal Advocacy Award, National Association of Counsel for Children, 1996· Children's Champion Award, Colorado Association of the Education of Young Children, 1997
Published Works
Adoption Dissolution, Adoption Today Magazine, January, 2012Children and the Law: Achieving Safe, Permanent Homes for Colorado Children, Colorado Lawyer, 2002Adoption Subsidies . . . Advocating for Children with Special Needs, 7 University of California at Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy 83, 2003Special Needs Adoption Subsidies, Adoptive Families, October, 2003Colorado's Implementation of the Federal Adoption and Safe Families Act, 28 Colorado Lawyer 73, 1999Out of the Shadows and Into the Courtroom: An Analysis of Foster Parents' Legal Rights, National Association of Counsel for Children, 1998· Advocacy for Children by Foster Parents: A Manual on the Legal Rights of Foster Parents in Colorado, Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center, 1997Neighbors and Employers Working Together to Benefit Children, The Denver Post, April 20, 1997Colorado Adoption Practice: Procedures and Difficult Issues, Advocating Excellence, A Guardian Ad Litem Handbook, University of Denver College of Law, 1997Representing Children in Custody Cases: An Overview of Statutes and Caselaw, American Bar Association, 1995Advocating Excellence for Children: A Call to Action, National Association of Counsel for Children, 1995Bright Beginnings Helps New Parents and Their Newborns, The Colorado Pediatrician, December, 1995There's No Mystery About What Makes a Difference in a Child's Life, The Denver Post, November 26, 1995Representing Foster Parents in Dependency and Neglect Proceedings, 22 Colorado Lawyer 1697, 1993Sibling Visitation: A Child's Right, 22 Colorado Lawyer 283, 1993Annual Survey of Colorado Juvenile Law, 1992Annual Survey of Colorado Juvenile Law, 1993Annual Survey of Colorado Juvenile Law, 1994
Classes and Seminars
Lecturer, Adoption, Infertility Law & Child Welfare
People
Attorneys
Eirich, Timothy J. (Partner) Glynn, Kathleen M. (Senior Associate) Grob, Seth A. (Partner) Nagel, Kellyn L.
Fees
Offers Free Initial ConsultationAccepts Credit Cards
Office Information
Address
12596 W. Bayaud AvenueSuite 390Lakewood, CO 80228
Phone
303-816-8147
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