Susan Marie Pesch
Susan Marie Pesch has been a solutions-focused attorney that is bringing that to the mediation table for SBMediationLLC. She has concentrated her practice in family law and has always viewed her legal career as a way to help her clients through a difficult time in their lives. This client-centered practice has allowed Susan to be a resource for her clients as well as a legal advocate. She has built a team of trusted family law professionals in the Denver Metro area to assist her clients, including Certified Divorce Professionals in the areas of financial planning, real estate sales, mortgage lending, divorce coaching, and peer support groups.
Susan Pesch has been licensed to practice law since 1991. She has concentrated her practice in all areas of family law since she began her own practice in 1993. Her career started in Illinois where she built a practice largely on client referrals. Pesch Law Office PC concentrates on all aspects of family law and Susan is attuned to the emotional aspects of divorce and its impact on the proceedings.
Susan is also experienced in handling domestic relations matters, such as divorce, allocation of parental responsibilities, child support, maintenance claims, protective orders, and division of the marital estate including assets and liabilities. She also represents clients who are not married to their child's other parent and are in need of creating a Parenting Plan and setting child support. Susan Pesch is experienced in various post-decree issues such as enforcement or modification of maintenance, child support, parenting time, or decision-making.
Susan is a skilled litigator in the courtroom and a tenacious negotiator at the mediation table. She has been formally trained as a collaborative law attorney and a family law mediator. She has been a mediator for 15 years effectively. She believes that if parties are able to reach their own agreement and avoid protracted, expensive litigation, their family will be able to rebuild and thrive to its fullest sooner. The only way out of the dissolution process is through.