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Stahly LLC - Boulder, CO

207 Canyon Blvd.Suite 302 Boulder, CO 80302

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Updated: 11/05/2021

Boulder Divorce Law Firm

Overview

At the law office of Stahly LLC, we represent people in a variety of family law issues. We are passionate about protecting the rights of our clients, and we focus our efforts only on family law so our clients benefit from a focused, knowledgeable approach to any situation they face. As we work to resolve each case in a way that is beneficial for our clients, we give them the answers they deserve regarding their future...

About Stahly LLC

Languages

  • English (Primary)

Practice Areas

  • Divorce

Litigation

  • 100%

Classes and Seminars

  • “The Motion in limine and Motions for Declaratory Judgement”, March 2017 Colorado Bar Association Family Law Section, Denver, CO
  • September 2016 AICPA Expert Witness Workshop Speaker, Denver, CO
  • “Child Support and Maintenance Modification”, June 2016 Judicial Institute, Denver, CO
  • “To Talk or Not To Talk – That is the Question. Communication Guidelines between Lawyers and Evaluators”, October 2014 Boulder IDC, Presented with Shirley Thomas, Boulder, CO
  • “Pre-Trial Motions & The Trial Management Certificate”, 2014 Colorado Bar Association Family Law Fall Update, Denver, CO
  • “ Deposition Fundamentals”, 2014 Colorado Bar Association Family Law Institute, Vail, CO
  • Lectured about “Deposition Fundamentals” at 2014 Colorado Bar Association Family Law Institute in Vail, Colorado an event attended by over 400 family law attorneys, Judges, Magistrates, mediators and Court personnel
  • Lectured about “Discovery” and “Disclosures”, Fundamental Class, at 2013 Colorado Bar Association Family Law Institute in Vail, Colorado an event attended by over 400 family law attorneys, Judges, Magistrates, mediators and Court personnel
  • Lectured about Post-Decree Child Support Modifications, Intermediate level class, at 2012 Colorado Bar Association Family Law Institute in Vail, Colorado which was attended by over 400 family law attorneys, Judges, Magistrates, mediators and Court personnel

Representative Cases

  • Successfully helped a parent obtain 50/50 parenting time and proved that the other parent’s allegations of physical, emotional and sexual abuse were fabricated.
  • Successfully achieved 100% parenting time for a parent after the other parent continued to fail court-ordered drug/alcohol tests and did not comply with Court ordered substance treatment.
  • Successfully negotiated a child support reduction of over $1,200 per month for the payor.
  • Successfully helped client to relocate out of state with young child in order to allow support of family and to craft a parenting plan that allowed both parents to spend time with child.
  • Successfully litigated and obtained 100% of the assets in the marital estate for a mentally disabled client.
  • Successfully obtained an attorney’s fees award of over $40,000 in a post-decree child support matter where a parent did not appropriately disclose his income and failed to comply with the disclosure/discovery requirements.
  • Successfully obtained sanctions of excluding 100% of a represented party’s exhibits and witnesses during trial due to noncompliance with the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure.
  • During the middle of trial, obtained an order immediately discharging the Child & Family Investigator [then called a Special Advocate] from the case due to the Child & Family Investigator failing to complete any investigation and failing to issue a report.
  • Successfully convinced a court appointed accountant to re-visit his business valuation calculations, resulting in a more favorable business valuation value for the client.
  • Specially admitted by State of New Mexico and traveled to rural court in New Mexico to successfully litigate interstate child custody dispute. (Special admission in New Mexico was for one case only- should not be construed as Stahly LLC being licensed or currently being licensed to practice law in the State of New Mexico).

People

Attorneys

Staff

  • Nicole E. Stahly, Paralegal & Office Manager
  • Nichole R. Perry, Paralegal
  • Halima Bangura, Legal Assistant
  • Blake Koch, Paralegal

Fees

Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

207 Canyon Blvd.Suite 302 Boulder, CO 80302

Other Offices

Stahly LLC 1901 Pine Grove Rd. Suite #204 Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 970-819-7079

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