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Welcome to Martha L. Ridgway, P.C., a distinctive and specialized law
Martha L. Ridgwaypractice addressing in a unique manner the legal problems of the elderly, the disabled, and their families. Rather than pursuing a typical litigation approach, I consider the many problems and issues underlying a dispute. I utilize a perspective that takes into account all aspects of the parties’ life situations, including familial, intergenerational and other relationships, financial considerations, autonomy and capacity issues. I seek to work with the family members and others involved to reach a consensus, common ground and resolution of their dispute. Harmony – not discord – is the goal of my practice, along with focusing on the positive and restorative aspects of the law rather than on the negative and the contested.

  My primary areas of practice are as follows:

  • Engaging in family facilitation.
  • Engaging in mediation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.
  • Serving as an expert witness and special master.
  • Serving as a court-appointed guardian ad litem for impaired adults in domestic relations and probate cases.
  • Providing representation of, and consultation to, attorneys, fiduciaries, the elderly and family members.
  • Providing representation in general elder law.

      My practice focuses on the positive and restorative aspects of the law, rather than the negative and contested.

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Martha L. Ridgway, P.C.
357 South McCaslin Boulevard
Suite 200
Louisville, CO 80027

(303) 827-2474 (telephone)
(303) 827-2462 (facsimile)

       Please take a few minutes to explore my site and to learn more about my practice and me.
       For an indepth view of my areas of practice, click here.
       And, to read some of my published papers as well as documents prepared for the public,
       see my articles link.

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