Rocky Mountain Family Law

155 E. Boardwalk DriveSuite 400Fort Collins, CO 80525

Updated: 12/08/2017


Rocky Mountain Family Law is a full-service Fort Collins family law firm. With over thirteen years of experience representing clients in Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley and Northern Colorado, our mission is to provide high quality legal representation and to ensure that our clients feel prepared and supported while facing the family law court system.

Our experience has allowed us to represent parents, spouses, mothers, fathers and grandparents facing issues from child custody to...


Office Info


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Rocky Mountain Family Law is a full-service Fort Collins family law firm 50%
  • Child Custody / Support 40%
  • Estate Planning 5%
  • Personal Injury 5%




  • Todd Jones, Business Manager / Paralegal


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


155 E. Boardwalk DriveSuite 400Fort Collins, CO 80525

Office Hours

Monday- Friday- 9:00- 5:00


  • 866-635-8730


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