For Families In Transition
At Harrington Brewster Mahoney Smits, P.C., we understand that family law cases and estate planning frequently involve a number of complex issues that are incredibly important and deeply personal to our clients and their families. After listening carefully to your concerns, we will help you understand your options and make sound choices.
Our Firm’s Focus Is On Solutions
At Harrington Brewster Mahoney Smits, P.C., our lawyers strive to resolve divorce disputes and child-related cases in customized and cost-effective ways with respect and compassion. Our firm focuses solely on family law cases, which often involve myriad issues such as child custody, distribution of property, and child and spousal support. We also handle cases involving adoption, assisted reproductive technology, appeals, pre and post marital agreements and child protection.
We provide a full scope of resolution-focused options and family law services. We also offer representation in contested litigation. All of our attorneys are experienced and skilled in written and courtroom advocacy.
We Offer Services For Families In Denver And Across Colorado
Our Practice Areas
You Have Many Options For Sorting Out Disputes
When you are aware of the range of possibilities for resolving a problem, you are able to select wisely. Our lawyers will help you see the big picture when it comes to dispute resolution, including representation in mediation, arbitration, unbundled limited representation, early neutral evaluation and traditional representation that is resolution focused. We have helped many of our clients wanting to avoid litigation by serving as mediators or representatives in their collaborative law cases.
Our aim is to remove obstacles and minimize emotional, social and financial harm to you and your family.
Meet Our Attorneys
Cyndi E. Brewster
Bailey W. Mahoney
Alexandra P. Smits
Emma A. Fletcher
Katherine Lyons Reckman
Meghan P. Johnson
Joshua C. Sauer
The Time Is Now For Creating Or Updating Your Estate Plan
We can provide comprehensive estate plans consisting of a will and/or trust, a medical power of attorney, a financial power of attorney, a living will, and a disposition of last remains or individual documents at a flat rate. Having an estate plan in place is one of the best things you can do for your family and loved ones by giving them certainty of your wishes. Having an estate plan, including financial and medical directives, can remove a stressful burden from your loved ones in the event of your death or disability no matter the size of your estate.