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Saint Family Law

Divorce & Family Law, Lawsuit & Dispute

  • Fax: 720-536-3279
  • Firm Size: 5+ Employees
  • Firm Year: 2014
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 7:00PM, Saturday, 10:00AM - 3:00PM
  • Language: English, Chinese

303-951-7531

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Randy Saint Onge

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Divorce & Family Law
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I am Randy Saint Onge. I am a Family Law and Civil Litigation Attorney, representing people in need for 19-years. I attended the University of Oklaho... (more)

A PRACTICE DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO FAMILY LAW AND CIVIL LITIGATION

KNOWLEDGEABLE, EXPERIENCED AND AGGRESSIVE REPRESENTATION

Compassionate Professional Advocacy, a New Approach to Family Law and Conflict

Ending a marriage or modifying a separation agreement or parenting plan can be a difficult prospect, having the potential to create conflict and disagreement concerning the most important thing in your life, your family.  When children are involved, matters can become even more sensitive and nuanced.  Saint Family Law will help you protect your legal rights by successfully guiding you through the legal process, aggressively representing you and professionally managing all aspects of your case, even the seemingly mundane aspects.  We provide flexible representation; from full-service to pay as you go, we will show you why many people on the opposite side dread the arrival of a truly professional presentation.

We will be there for you and your family, from a simple dissolution of marriage (divorce), to cases involving self-employment and business ownership, international assets, child abuse, domestic abuse or just cases that seem hopeless.  Please understand we do not beat around the bush here, you pay for what you get, we are your layers not your psychologist, we explain what is going on and how it will affect you, straight and true.  You will know what to expect and how much the decision you choose to make is going to cost you, both in dollars and relationally.  Whether your breakup is amicable or contested, we will help you pursue fair resolutions to disputes over custody, financial support and property division.  We understand the emotional aspect of life changes and court proceedings and work diligently so that you can understand and reason with the process and expected outcome.

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    Saint Family Law
    6081 S. Quebec Street
    Centennial, CO 80111
    39.6063868,-104.9053058
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    6081 S. Quebec Street
    Centennial, CO 80111


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