Shapiro Family Law is a dynamic family law firm serving people in the greater Denver area and throughout Colorado.

We have established a reputation for providing quality legal services in all areas of family law, from simple amicable dissolutions to complex cases. Our Denver divorce attorneys pride themselves on providing all of their clients with individual attention, compassionate counsel and vigorous advocacy. We will help you navigate complex family matters so that you can move forward in your life with hope and confidence.

Guiding You to a Better Future

Experienced in High-Asset Divorce Cases

While we represent people of all income levels and stations in life, Shapiro Family Law has extensive experience in divorces involving complex financial issues. We understand the many legal, financial and tax aspects of such cases, and supplement our knowledge with those of experts in business valuation and other financial specialties. When representing you, our lawyers will work diligently to protect your assets and help you obtain your fair share of your marital assets.

Meet Our Team

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Learn How We Can Help You

If you're looking for a family law firm in Denver that goes above and beyond for each client, call Shapiro Family Law at 303-695-0200 or contact us online. We are attorneys who care about you and your family.

A Law Firm Delivering Results With Personal Service

Rebecca was the best. Smart, knowledgeable, straight forward. Exactly what I was looking for in a attorney.
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Justin Banks
I have nothing but great things to say about Laura and the rest of the firm. Laura is no-nonsense, and Caroline is amazing. ...
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How to Have an Amicable Divorce

You and your partner have talked, fought, negotiated, cried, and conceded. No matter how much you want to make things work, they just aren’t, and you have to get a divorce. You may be […]

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How to Navigate a Divorce When You Have a Family Business

In the United States, there are 5.5 million family businesses and 85% of start-ups begin with the use of family money. When you have a family business it is a balancing act between the […]

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