About Kenneth Brock
Colorado attorney Kenneth Brock exclusively practices divorce and family law throughout the Denver metro area, regularly representing families in child custody, alimony disputes, child support issues and more, in Jefferson, Douglas, Arapahoe, Adams and Denver counties.
Kenneth Brock entered law school as a married man in his late twenties. After earning his Juris Doctorate law degree from the University of Tulsa in 1994 (he graduated early), Ken located to Denver to study tax law at the University of Denver Graduate Tax Law Program. He was admitted to practice in Colorado the following year and has remained in Colorado ever since. Early on, Kenneth’s law practice was wide ranging—landlord tenant, collection issues, criminal defense, contract disputes, construction litigation, bankruptcy, family law, and more. This gives Kenneth a background in law and litigation that few can boast of. He has tried cases in county court, district court, and federal court, both civil and criminal. In 2004, Kenneth decided to concentrate solely on family law matters. This has allowed him to focus his expertise and give his loyal clients a better chance to achieve their results. Ken is a member of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, as well as a member of the Arapahoe County Bar Association.
With over 15 years experience in the practice of law, Kenneth Brock is able to provide seasoned advice and effective representation in divorce and family law matters. This expertise includes such issues as modifications of support and parenting time, out of state issues, grandparents’ rights, issues of dependency and neglect, emergency issues, protection orders and restraining orders, and the like. Mr. Brock approaches every case in a logical and straightforward manner, guiding his clients toward resolution in the most effective and affordable manner. This approach includes educating clients on the divorce process and offering limited scope representation targeted to their particular legal needs.
One interesting issue that comes up time and again, are client’s telling Kenneth that their other lawyer never explained this or that to them. He is constantly told that his approach of explaining the pros and cons of the issue, explaining the why’s and the why nots, actually reading the statute to the client, allows the client to understand how the law intersects with the facts in a particular case. But more importantly his approach allows the client to understand the why to the strategy. Ken is told time after time that this gives the client great relief knowing what is going on in what is otherwise a confusing process of laws and judges and courts.