It is our mission to be the premier divorce law firm in the Denver metro area by providing an exceptional client experience. Our team provides the strategic and focused leadership to navigate our clients through the legal process. We apply energetic and creative solutions to elevate the family law practice to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients. Our initial consultations cost $95. If you hire our law firm, that $95 will be credited back to you on your first legal bill.

Divorce Matters

Open for Business
Offers Video Calls
Divorce Matters

Top-rated Denver divorce attorneys, where clients matter most.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in Colorado and has no record of discipline from the Colorado bar association. *

Divorce Matters

Divorce Matters

Open for Business
Offers Video Calls

Top-rated Denver divorce attorneys, where clients matter most.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in Colorado and has no record of discipline from the Colorado bar association. *

Firm Overview

It is our mission to be the premier divorce law firm in the Denver metro area by providing an exceptional client experience. Our team provides the strategic and focused leadership to navigate our clients through the legal process. We apply energetic and creative solutions to elevate the family law practice to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients. Our initial consultations cost $95. If you hire our law firm, that $95 will be credited back to you on your first legal bill.

Main Office

Main Office
8390 E. Crescent Parkway
Suite 500
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Phone

(720) 542-6142

Fax

(720) 746-4999

Fees
Office Information
Office Hours

8am - 5pm, Monday-Friday

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish

Other Offices
  • Fort Collins Location

    4745 Boardwalk Drive
    Building D, Suite C
    Fort Collins, CO 80525

  • Lakewood Location

    200 Union Boulevard
    Suite 200
    Lakewood, CO 80228

  • Colorado Springs Location

    1755 Telstar Road
    Suite 300
    Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Child Custody

Child Support

Divorce

Family

Divorce Matters
David Kalisek

When going through a divorce, it is common to worry about how you will get through the process there is so much to consider, from how it will affect your children, to figuring out personal finances, the division of assets, and what will happen to your home. It is important to have an experienced family law attorney on your side to help take care of these concerns so you can focus on you and your children.

David H. Kalisek joins Divorce Matters having dedicated his career to guiding his family law clients through some of the toughest times in their lives. With nearly seven years of family law practice, David has experience with even the most complex family law issues and can expertly handle your case. David seeks to see his clients through these difficult transitions smoothly, by taking on the tough matters with compassion, as well as tenacity and strength.

After graduating from the University of Nebraska College of Law, David stayed in his native state and gained valuable family law and other litigation experience as an associate attorney with two Nebraska firms. When the opportunity came for David to exclusively practice family law in Seattle, where he would be able to explore his love of the outdoors, he jumped at it. David solely practiced family law for several years in Seattle, handling several high-profile cases involving professional athletes and corporate executives.

Moving to Colorado was an easy decision for David, with the access to all of the outdoor activities he enjoys such as fly fishing, snowboarding and hiking in the mountains. Living in sunny Colorado, David is able to explore all of his passions, while still being able to continue his family law practice.

Divorce Matters
David Kalisek

When going through a divorce, it is common to worry about how you will get through the process there is so much to consider, from how it will affect your children, to figuring out personal finances, the division of assets, and what will happen to your home. It is important to have an experienced family law attorney on your side to help take care of these concerns so you can focus on you and your children.

David H. Kalisek joins Divorce Matters having dedicated his career to guiding his family law clients through some of the toughest times in their lives. With nearly seven years of family law practice, David has experience with even the most complex family law issues and can expertly handle your case. David seeks to see his clients through these difficult transitions smoothly, by taking on the tough matters with compassion, as well as tenacity and strength.

After graduating from the University of Nebraska College of Law, David stayed in his native state and gained valuable family law and other litigation experience as an associate attorney with two Nebraska firms. When the opportunity came for David to exclusively practice family law in Seattle, where he would be able to explore his love of the outdoors, he jumped at it. David solely practiced family law for several years in Seattle, handling several high-profile cases involving professional athletes and corporate executives.

Moving to Colorado was an easy decision for David, with the access to all of the outdoor activities he enjoys such as fly fishing, snowboarding and hiking in the mountains. Living in sunny Colorado, David is able to explore all of his passions, while still being able to continue his family law practice.

Divorce Matters
Justin Oliver

Attorney Justin Oliver is an energetic and experienced attorney who truly cares about his clients. He originally began his college career studying sociology and social justice because he always knew he wanted to help people and make a difference in their lives. Eventually, he realized he would be able to do more if he were to enter the legal profession. His journey to becoming an attorney was always grounded in his desire to be an advocate for those who need it most.

While attending Drake University Law School Justin worked for the Iowa Legal Aid as an intern assisting low-income clients with their legal matters. It was there that he began to shape his legal practice into what it would become today, primarily focusing on helping these clients through family law proceedings. Shortly before graduating Justin joined the Assistant District Attorney’s Office where he gained valuable insight into the justice system as a prosecutor.

After moving to Colorado Justin founded Oliver Law where he focused solely on family law. He dove head first into his work, helping his clients in the greater Fort Collins area through some of the most difficult experiences of their lives. Justin takes the stress and pain of divorce off of his clients’ backs by expertly guiding them through the divorce process and making sure he is there for them every step of the way.

He now joins our Divorce Matters team at our Fort Collins location where he continues to be a zealous advocate for his clients, providing them with the highest quality legal representation and service.

When Justin isn’t advocating for his clients, he spends his time enjoying all of the beautiful outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer. His hobbies include hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and live music. Originally from Maine, Justin traveled across the United States until he found himself at Copper Mountain and decided Colorado was where he was going to stay. With just a brief departure for law school, Justin’s roots are now firmly planted in Colorado.

Divorce Matters
Justin Oliver

Attorney Justin Oliver is an energetic and experienced attorney who truly cares about his clients. He originally began his college career studying sociology and social justice because he always knew he wanted to help people and make a difference in their lives. Eventually, he realized he would be able to do more if he were to enter the legal profession. His journey to becoming an attorney was always grounded in his desire to be an advocate for those who need it most.

While attending Drake University Law School Justin worked for the Iowa Legal Aid as an intern assisting low-income clients with their legal matters. It was there that he began to shape his legal practice into what it would become today, primarily focusing on helping these clients through family law proceedings. Shortly before graduating Justin joined the Assistant District Attorney’s Office where he gained valuable insight into the justice system as a prosecutor.

After moving to Colorado Justin founded Oliver Law where he focused solely on family law. He dove head first into his work, helping his clients in the greater Fort Collins area through some of the most difficult experiences of their lives. Justin takes the stress and pain of divorce off of his clients’ backs by expertly guiding them through the divorce process and making sure he is there for them every step of the way.

He now joins our Divorce Matters team at our Fort Collins location where he continues to be a zealous advocate for his clients, providing them with the highest quality legal representation and service.

When Justin isn’t advocating for his clients, he spends his time enjoying all of the beautiful outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer. His hobbies include hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and live music. Originally from Maine, Justin traveled across the United States until he found himself at Copper Mountain and decided Colorado was where he was going to stay. With just a brief departure for law school, Justin’s roots are now firmly planted in Colorado.

Divorce Matters
Kimberly Moreno

Attorney Kimberly N. Moreno joins Divorce Matters as a zealous advocate for her clients in their family law cases. Kim's approach is to gain an understanding of her clients goals so that she can provide them with all of their options and possible outcomes. She believes that her clients are the best decision makers in their cases because every decision made is going to affect their lives. Kimberly sees it as her role to provide her clients with the options and strategies and the legal knowledge to make those informed decisions.

Kimberly has always wanted to give people a voice in the legal system and this drove her decision to pursue a legal career. Helping people navigate the court system and assist in getting them a fair and reasonable outcome that they will be happy with has always been her goal. While in law school, Kimberly interned at the Women's Bar Foundation assisting clients with their family law cases. She also worked in the family law clinic in her third year of law school.

After graduating law school Kimberly began working with Dove, a multidisciplinary domestic violence organization, where as an attorney she worked with victims of domestic violence with their cases involving high conflict custody, child support, parenting time, contempt hearing and removal cases. Kimberly was also extremely active within the organization, running monthly workshops, attending quarterly roundtables with other legal services agencies, and attending Family Law Task Force meetings.

Following her work with Dove, Kimberly continued her family law practice with Sugerman Rogers where she dealt with cases involving more complex division of assets and discovery disputes. She also began working as a volunteer attorney through the Volunteer Lawyers Project where she helped provide legal assistance to pro se litigants in family law matters on a limited representation basis.

Kimberly joined Divorce Matters to continue her family law practice here in Colorado where she provides her clients with the best possible legal representation. Family law is her passion, and she has been in this field throughout her legal career. When she isn't advocating for her clients in the courtroom, she enjoys skiing, camping and spending time with her family.

Divorce Matters
Kimberly Moreno

Attorney Kimberly N. Moreno joins Divorce Matters as a zealous advocate for her clients in their family law cases. Kim's approach is to gain an understanding of her clients goals so that she can provide them with all of their options and possible outcomes. She believes that her clients are the best decision makers in their cases because every decision made is going to affect their lives. Kimberly sees it as her role to provide her clients with the options and strategies and the legal knowledge to make those informed decisions.

Kimberly has always wanted to give people a voice in the legal system and this drove her decision to pursue a legal career. Helping people navigate the court system and assist in getting them a fair and reasonable outcome that they will be happy with has always been her goal. While in law school, Kimberly interned at the Women's Bar Foundation assisting clients with their family law cases. She also worked in the family law clinic in her third year of law school.

After graduating law school Kimberly began working with Dove, a multidisciplinary domestic violence organization, where as an attorney she worked with victims of domestic violence with their cases involving high conflict custody, child support, parenting time, contempt hearing and removal cases. Kimberly was also extremely active within the organization, running monthly workshops, attending quarterly roundtables with other legal services agencies, and attending Family Law Task Force meetings.

Following her work with Dove, Kimberly continued her family law practice with Sugerman Rogers where she dealt with cases involving more complex division of assets and discovery disputes. She also began working as a volunteer attorney through the Volunteer Lawyers Project where she helped provide legal assistance to pro se litigants in family law matters on a limited representation basis.

Kimberly joined Divorce Matters to continue her family law practice here in Colorado where she provides her clients with the best possible legal representation. Family law is her passion, and she has been in this field throughout her legal career. When she isn't advocating for her clients in the courtroom, she enjoys skiing, camping and spending time with her family.

Firm Overview

It is our mission to be the premier divorce law firm in the Denver metro area by providing an exceptional client experience. Our team provides the strategic and focused leadership to navigate our clients through the legal process. We apply energetic and creative solutions to elevate the family law practice to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients. Our initial consultations cost $95. If you hire our law firm, that $95 will be credited back to you on your first legal bill.

Main Office

Main Office
8390 E. Crescent Parkway
Suite 500
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Phone

(720) 542-6142

Fax

(720) 746-4999

Fees
Office Information
Office Hours

8am - 5pm, Monday-Friday

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish

Other Offices
  • Fort Collins Location

    4745 Boardwalk Drive
    Building D, Suite C
    Fort Collins, CO 80525

  • Lakewood Location

    200 Union Boulevard
    Suite 200
    Lakewood, CO 80228

  • Colorado Springs Location

    1755 Telstar Road
    Suite 300
    Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Child Custody

Child Support

Divorce

Family

Divorce Matters
David Kalisek

When going through a divorce, it is common to worry about how you will get through the process there is so much to consider, from how it will affect your children, to figuring out personal finances, the division of assets, and what will happen to your home. It is important to have an experienced family law attorney on your side to help take care of these concerns so you can focus on you and your children.

David H. Kalisek joins Divorce Matters having dedicated his career to guiding his family law clients through some of the toughest times in their lives. With nearly seven years of family law practice, David has experience with even the most complex family law issues and can expertly handle your case. David seeks to see his clients through these difficult transitions smoothly, by taking on the tough matters with compassion, as well as tenacity and strength.

After graduating from the University of Nebraska College of Law, David stayed in his native state and gained valuable family law and other litigation experience as an associate attorney with two Nebraska firms. When the opportunity came for David to exclusively practice family law in Seattle, where he would be able to explore his love of the outdoors, he jumped at it. David solely practiced family law for several years in Seattle, handling several high-profile cases involving professional athletes and corporate executives.

Moving to Colorado was an easy decision for David, with the access to all of the outdoor activities he enjoys such as fly fishing, snowboarding and hiking in the mountains. Living in sunny Colorado, David is able to explore all of his passions, while still being able to continue his family law practice.

Divorce Matters
David Kalisek

When going through a divorce, it is common to worry about how you will get through the process there is so much to consider, from how it will affect your children, to figuring out personal finances, the division of assets, and what will happen to your home. It is important to have an experienced family law attorney on your side to help take care of these concerns so you can focus on you and your children.

David H. Kalisek joins Divorce Matters having dedicated his career to guiding his family law clients through some of the toughest times in their lives. With nearly seven years of family law practice, David has experience with even the most complex family law issues and can expertly handle your case. David seeks to see his clients through these difficult transitions smoothly, by taking on the tough matters with compassion, as well as tenacity and strength.

After graduating from the University of Nebraska College of Law, David stayed in his native state and gained valuable family law and other litigation experience as an associate attorney with two Nebraska firms. When the opportunity came for David to exclusively practice family law in Seattle, where he would be able to explore his love of the outdoors, he jumped at it. David solely practiced family law for several years in Seattle, handling several high-profile cases involving professional athletes and corporate executives.

Moving to Colorado was an easy decision for David, with the access to all of the outdoor activities he enjoys such as fly fishing, snowboarding and hiking in the mountains. Living in sunny Colorado, David is able to explore all of his passions, while still being able to continue his family law practice.

Divorce Matters
Justin Oliver

Attorney Justin Oliver is an energetic and experienced attorney who truly cares about his clients. He originally began his college career studying sociology and social justice because he always knew he wanted to help people and make a difference in their lives. Eventually, he realized he would be able to do more if he were to enter the legal profession. His journey to becoming an attorney was always grounded in his desire to be an advocate for those who need it most.

While attending Drake University Law School Justin worked for the Iowa Legal Aid as an intern assisting low-income clients with their legal matters. It was there that he began to shape his legal practice into what it would become today, primarily focusing on helping these clients through family law proceedings. Shortly before graduating Justin joined the Assistant District Attorney’s Office where he gained valuable insight into the justice system as a prosecutor.

After moving to Colorado Justin founded Oliver Law where he focused solely on family law. He dove head first into his work, helping his clients in the greater Fort Collins area through some of the most difficult experiences of their lives. Justin takes the stress and pain of divorce off of his clients’ backs by expertly guiding them through the divorce process and making sure he is there for them every step of the way.

He now joins our Divorce Matters team at our Fort Collins location where he continues to be a zealous advocate for his clients, providing them with the highest quality legal representation and service.

When Justin isn’t advocating for his clients, he spends his time enjoying all of the beautiful outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer. His hobbies include hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and live music. Originally from Maine, Justin traveled across the United States until he found himself at Copper Mountain and decided Colorado was where he was going to stay. With just a brief departure for law school, Justin’s roots are now firmly planted in Colorado.

Divorce Matters
Justin Oliver

Attorney Justin Oliver is an energetic and experienced attorney who truly cares about his clients. He originally began his college career studying sociology and social justice because he always knew he wanted to help people and make a difference in their lives. Eventually, he realized he would be able to do more if he were to enter the legal profession. His journey to becoming an attorney was always grounded in his desire to be an advocate for those who need it most.

While attending Drake University Law School Justin worked for the Iowa Legal Aid as an intern assisting low-income clients with their legal matters. It was there that he began to shape his legal practice into what it would become today, primarily focusing on helping these clients through family law proceedings. Shortly before graduating Justin joined the Assistant District Attorney’s Office where he gained valuable insight into the justice system as a prosecutor.

After moving to Colorado Justin founded Oliver Law where he focused solely on family law. He dove head first into his work, helping his clients in the greater Fort Collins area through some of the most difficult experiences of their lives. Justin takes the stress and pain of divorce off of his clients’ backs by expertly guiding them through the divorce process and making sure he is there for them every step of the way.

He now joins our Divorce Matters team at our Fort Collins location where he continues to be a zealous advocate for his clients, providing them with the highest quality legal representation and service.

When Justin isn’t advocating for his clients, he spends his time enjoying all of the beautiful outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer. His hobbies include hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and live music. Originally from Maine, Justin traveled across the United States until he found himself at Copper Mountain and decided Colorado was where he was going to stay. With just a brief departure for law school, Justin’s roots are now firmly planted in Colorado.

Divorce Matters
Kimberly Moreno

Attorney Kimberly N. Moreno joins Divorce Matters as a zealous advocate for her clients in their family law cases. Kim's approach is to gain an understanding of her clients goals so that she can provide them with all of their options and possible outcomes. She believes that her clients are the best decision makers in their cases because every decision made is going to affect their lives. Kimberly sees it as her role to provide her clients with the options and strategies and the legal knowledge to make those informed decisions.

Kimberly has always wanted to give people a voice in the legal system and this drove her decision to pursue a legal career. Helping people navigate the court system and assist in getting them a fair and reasonable outcome that they will be happy with has always been her goal. While in law school, Kimberly interned at the Women's Bar Foundation assisting clients with their family law cases. She also worked in the family law clinic in her third year of law school.

After graduating law school Kimberly began working with Dove, a multidisciplinary domestic violence organization, where as an attorney she worked with victims of domestic violence with their cases involving high conflict custody, child support, parenting time, contempt hearing and removal cases. Kimberly was also extremely active within the organization, running monthly workshops, attending quarterly roundtables with other legal services agencies, and attending Family Law Task Force meetings.

Following her work with Dove, Kimberly continued her family law practice with Sugerman Rogers where she dealt with cases involving more complex division of assets and discovery disputes. She also began working as a volunteer attorney through the Volunteer Lawyers Project where she helped provide legal assistance to pro se litigants in family law matters on a limited representation basis.

Kimberly joined Divorce Matters to continue her family law practice here in Colorado where she provides her clients with the best possible legal representation. Family law is her passion, and she has been in this field throughout her legal career. When she isn't advocating for her clients in the courtroom, she enjoys skiing, camping and spending time with her family.

Divorce Matters
Kimberly Moreno

Attorney Kimberly N. Moreno joins Divorce Matters as a zealous advocate for her clients in their family law cases. Kim's approach is to gain an understanding of her clients goals so that she can provide them with all of their options and possible outcomes. She believes that her clients are the best decision makers in their cases because every decision made is going to affect their lives. Kimberly sees it as her role to provide her clients with the options and strategies and the legal knowledge to make those informed decisions.

Kimberly has always wanted to give people a voice in the legal system and this drove her decision to pursue a legal career. Helping people navigate the court system and assist in getting them a fair and reasonable outcome that they will be happy with has always been her goal. While in law school, Kimberly interned at the Women's Bar Foundation assisting clients with their family law cases. She also worked in the family law clinic in her third year of law school.

After graduating law school Kimberly began working with Dove, a multidisciplinary domestic violence organization, where as an attorney she worked with victims of domestic violence with their cases involving high conflict custody, child support, parenting time, contempt hearing and removal cases. Kimberly was also extremely active within the organization, running monthly workshops, attending quarterly roundtables with other legal services agencies, and attending Family Law Task Force meetings.

Following her work with Dove, Kimberly continued her family law practice with Sugerman Rogers where she dealt with cases involving more complex division of assets and discovery disputes. She also began working as a volunteer attorney through the Volunteer Lawyers Project where she helped provide legal assistance to pro se litigants in family law matters on a limited representation basis.

Kimberly joined Divorce Matters to continue her family law practice here in Colorado where she provides her clients with the best possible legal representation. Family law is her passion, and she has been in this field throughout her legal career. When she isn't advocating for her clients in the courtroom, she enjoys skiing, camping and spending time with her family.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in Colorado and has no record of discipline from the Colorado bar association. *

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Colorado and has no record of discipline from the Colorado bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.