A Premier Divorce and Family Law Firm in Denver, CO

Divorce is one of the most painful experiences in life. Determining the parenting time schedule, child support and deciding how decisions will be made concerning your children will be among the most important issues that will ever be considered.  

Today’s sophisticated clients understand there is much more to selecting a family law attorney than just technical competence. They want an attorney who will be a trusted advisor and who will listen to and understand their needs and goals.  An attorney who will be an outspoken advocate for them and their best interests.

The Law Office of Stephan Uslan is a boutique family law firm with a diverse clientele, including many high-asset clients as well as complex custody cases.  Divorce and Family Law has been my sole practice for over 36 years.   

I have an established record of success in helping my clients navigate through some of the most challenging periods of their lives.   

Serving the Denver communities, the family law attorney at Uslan Law Firm provides numerous legal services including divorce modifications, child support settlements, property division, parenting time modifications and much more. Contact The Law Office of Stephan Uslan to learn more!   

High Net Asset Divorce

    Child Support

Custody & Visitation


Throughout my legal representation of you, I will provide timely updates and remain available to address your concerns and answer your questions as they arise. After all, my goal is to help you get through your divorce proceedings as quickly and painlessly as possible, not adding to your frustrations by being unavailable when you need me. As an experienced family law attorney, my skill-set and aptitude will provide enormous value to our working relationship while ensuring you receive on-going support. 

Statements on this website do not constitute legal advice. Viewing this website, using information from it, or communicating with The Office of Stephen E. Uslan through this website or by e-mail does not create an attorney-client relationship.