Family Lawyer | Serving Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Family Lawyer
Attorney Robert B. Warren, PC is a sole practitioner law firm specializing in family law, divorce, child custody and family related legal issues in Colorado. His broad legal experience gives him the ability to understand and compassionately assist families during times of change.
Contact Mr. Warren today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Mr. Warren was a member of the Law Firm of Quigley and Palermo/Quigley, Palermo and Warren, PC for approximately 6-7 years prior to forming the firm of Warren and Mundt, a partnership with a prior Army Jag associate, which lasted over 20 years. The firm actively handled family law, and general civil law cases in the 4th Judicial District which included El Paso and Teller County. Mr. Mundt also had a specialty in tax law. Mr. Warren formed Robert B. Warren PC, the current firm, in the 2002 time frame again continuing to specialize in family law and family related law areas and also general civil practice. Mr. Warren has practiced law in these areas for almost 40 years and is imminently familiar with all of the Judges, Magistrates, and court personnel who handle family law related matters. He has considerable experience in these matters not only the husband and/or wife point of view, but also the children’s point of view.
Mr. Warren has also served as a Colorado Springs Municipal Court Judge since the beginning of 1982 and that appointment continues to the current time. That position provides extremely valuable experience in handling cases as an attorney and provides insight on how Judicial Officer's view matters before them. Mr. Warren and his staff are fully capable of handling any type of family law situation regardless of size and complexity.
If you or a loved one needs the help of an experienced Colorado family lawyer, call Robert B. Warren, Attorney At Law at 719-203-1079 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Robert B. Warren attended undergraduate school at Wagner College, Staton Island, New York, a private, Lutheran college. He graduated with honors in 1964. Mr. Warren attended Rutger’s University Law School where he graduated within the top 10% of his class in the spring of 1967. Mr. Warren was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in October of 1967, the District of Columbia Bar that same year and the Colorado Bar in April, 1974 after leaving active duty with the United States Army. From the beginning of 1968 through 1974 Mr. Warren was on active duty with the United States Army Judge Advocate General Corp serving in numerous locations, including the 25th Infantry Division in Viet Nam. Mr. Warren remained in the US Army Reserves, serving a total of 29 ½ years in the Army/Army Reserves before his retirement.