McElroy, Meyer, Walker & Condon, P.C. offers Indian tribes a unique combination of seasoned federal court litigation experience together with expertise in a variety of areas particularly affecting tribes, including: water rights adjudications; Indian gaming; natural resources protection; assertion and protection of treaty rights; federal recognition; hunting and fishing; tribal telecommunications and economic development; federal project licensing; protection of human remains and funerary objects; tribal/state taxation issues; and consultation of tribal governments and governmental entities. Our Indian law practice includes substantial expertise in Indian Child Welfare Act matters.
McElroy, Meyer, Walker & Condon, P.C. offers extensive expertise in Colorado state water matters, including litigation before the state water court involving complex water rights adjudications, ground water supplementation plans, and system wide exchange plans.
McElroy, Meyer, Walker & Condon, P.C. also offers seasoned expertise in domestic law issues, including dissolution of
marriage and child custody services. We handle
complex domestic law trials and appeals involving the legal analysis of
complicated family law issues, including the division of pension plans
and stock options, valuation of businesses, interstate child custody
disputes, valuation of complicated and hidden assets, vocational
assessment of parties regarding ability to pay maintenance, and child
support. We also draft separation, pre-nuptial and ante-nuptial
agreements, and handle adoptions.