Your Legal Advantage

When a firm becomes more human, more remarkable, faster on its feet, and more likely to connect directly with clients, it becomes indispensable. 

We put our clients first, inspiring them to grow a fondness for our commitment to their cause.  We anticipate and solve problems before they happen.  We take time to thoroughly understand our clients and empathize with their situation.  We are a firm that our clients can count on.  We provide honest feedback and advice that you know can rely on, even if it is not what you want to hear.   We keep our promises; if you can’t trust us, you don’t need us.  We say what we mean and mean what we say.

We are a full-service firm offering personalized, results-driven representation in several areas of practice.  We practice in several counties along the Front Range, including Denver, Jefferson, Adams, El Paso, Elbert, Douglas, Arapahoe, Kiowa County, Park County, Chaffee County, Teller County and points beyond.

Let us Protect What Is Most Important To You

Let us Protect What Is Most Important To You

When a firm becomes more human, more remarkable, faster on its feet, and more likely to connect directly with clients, it becomes indispensable.


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What Sets Us Apart?

Our Values

  • Integrity - To be fair, honest, respectful, and ethical in our actions. To be accountable for our actions, successes, and failures and honor our commitments to others.

  • Client Focus - To fully understand our client’s needs, challenges, and goals. To maximize the value of our services while safeguarding the security and confidentiality of client information.

  • Intellectual Rigor - To be meticulous in our attention to detail. To extract larger meaning from information and circumstances in order to support client objectives and decision making.

  • Excellence - To relentlessly pursue outstanding results in meeting our clients needs, anticipating developments, identifying opportunities, and offering innovative solutions.

Tailored Services

  • Full Representation - An experienced divorce attorney is with you every step of the way, handling all aspects of your case.

  • DYI Option (Limited Scope Representation) – A hybrid solution where you represent yourself, but consult with an attorney when needed.

  • Document Preparation and Packages – Fixed fee packages for a number or services so you know exactly what your total cost will be before we begin working.

  • Mediation/ADR Services – Providing a different path to resolution that allows the parties to solve their issues amicably and peacefully with the help of a neutral third-party.

Cost Conscious

  • Mindfulness - The firm is aware of the budget available for any matter and suggests options based on different budgets.

  • Full Disclosure and Honesty - The fee structure and potential expense is explained to the client prior to the client retaining the firm.

  • Planning - Our attorneys engage in an early case assessment aimed at reducing client costs, avoiding potential problems down the line and getting ahead of the adversary.

  • Support Staff - The firm effectively uses support staff to manage fees. They are trained to handle certain aspects of your matter, at a much lower cost.

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand the importance of choosing the right lawyer. We invite you to explore the breadth and depth of our capabilities.

Unlike some firms, we provide valuable service during our consultations.  Not only do we listen to your legal issue, we describe the legal process to you, evaluate your case and offer you an honest, upfront opinion of the likely outcome, and answer any questions you may have.  After walking out of your consultation, you should know what your next step will be.

We heavily discount our attorneys’ hourly rates so that we can provide affordable consultations for $100.  This is more than a time to “interview” us.  We will provide you with substantive, helpful information so you can make your next move with confidence.

The length of a case, from the initial consultation and filing the initial documents through to the resolution of the case by settlement, court order, or jury verdict, depends on several variables.  For this reason, it is not possible to say exactly how long a case may take.  Most courts can move pretty quickly if matters are settled and not contested, for example, the case may be resolved in 90 days.  If matters are unresolved, and experts are required, cases can exceed a year.  

Skulborstad Legal Group takes a team approach at handling your case.  You, as the client, will be a part of that team, as we work towards an award and satisfying outcome for you.  The firm is fortunate to have a hard-working, competent staff of individuals to assist you in achieving the best results. At the same time, if there is ever a time where you wish to speak with your lead attorney and not support staff, just say the words and you got it.

At the onset of our representative, you will be provided with the name and contact information of your lead attorney and paralegal.  We will routinely keep you informed of significant developments in your case, we will explain your options and what to expect at every step, and we will take any action necessary to ensure that your legal rights are fully assessed and protected – researching the law, interviewing witnesses, collecting records, conferring with experts, planning legal strategy, preparing and filing necessary paperwork, and negotiating – all with an eye towards ensuring your best possible outcome.  We also encourage you to contact us by telephone or e-mail at any time with any questions.

Yes. Colorado has time limits to formally file a lawsuit or claim.  The law that limits the time frame you have to file your lawsuit or claim is called the “statute of limitations.”  The statute of limitations varies depending on the type of case you wish to bring.  Therefore, it is important that you contact us, or any lawyer, as soon as possible after you have been harmed so you do not miss this deadline.  In the event you miss the statute of limitations deadline, there is a good chance you will be prohibited from any recovery.

Most legal situations require the assistance of an experienced lawyers, but it does all depend on the circumstances of each case.  Prudent practice generally dictates that individuals should not engage in self-representation except in relatively minor matters.  The best thing you can do is to consult with an attorney who will inform you at the outset whether it is worth your while to obtain legal assistance and/or pursue legal action.  If you are unlikely to prevail, or the benefits of obtaining a lawyer do not clearly outweigh the costs, you should probably not incur the unnecessary expense.   However, if the issue is serious or you have a fair chance at prevailing, you would seriously consider having an experienced attorney advocate for you.  Lastly, before making the decision to represent yourself, you should know that

self-represented individuals are usually held to the same legal standards as attorneys.  This means that if they fail to follow court rules and regulations, they are subject to litigation sanctions (consequences), and the excuse that they are not legally trained may fall on deaf ears.  The legal process can be complex and intimidating.  Let one of our attorneys help you balance the cost and benefit of representation.