DOMESTIC LITIGATION

In our domestic litigation practice at Reilly Pozner LLP, we represent business leaders, professionals and individuals of independent means in domestic proceedings.

Assets can include businesses, professional firms, investment accounts, retirement accounts, trusts, real estate, and other personal assets. The assets are as varied as the clients who own them.  Accurate identification and valuation of these assets involves knowledge not only of domestic law, but also tax, securities, executive compensation and real estate law.

Another important component of the domestic practice is pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, or as they are known under Colorado law, marital agreements, for individuals with current or future expectations of significant income and assets or unusual circumstances. These agreements are important when one spouse brings greater assets to a marriage, when individuals marry later in life, one party receives an inheritance, and when the marriage involves children from a previous marriage. A well-written marital agreement helps to resolve in advance many of the issues that may arise in a domestic settlement.

Mary Kelly has been listed in the family law category of Best Lawyers in America for more than 20 years. Each year, she has been selected by her peers as a Colorado Super Lawyer in the area of family law. She has served as president of the Denver Bar Association, the Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and chair of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association.For more information about high-asset domestic litigation and marital agreements, please contact Mary Kelly at mkelly@rplaw.com or (303) 893-6100.