Over the past two decades, the legal landscape of LGBTQ relationships has evolved. Now, LGBTQ individuals in Colorado can be married, enter into civil unions, get divorced, and be parents. LGBTQ relationships often have unique features, and imposing heteronormative qualities and expectations on those relationships is sometimes both insensitive and unrealistic in legal proceedings.

Laurence I. Gendelman has advocated for the rights of the LGBTQ community for nearly a decade, and has served as the Secretary of the Colorado LGBT Bar Association for the past three years.

Gendelman Law Group understands the unique qualities of LGBTQ relationships and the complex and still somewhat unsettled legal regime surrounding them. In Colorado, this includes issues the application common law marriage doctrines to LGBTQ relationships as well as determining parental rights.

Contact the attorneys at Gendelman Law Group today by calling us at (720) 213-0687 or by contacting us here.