FAQ

This is a short list of our most frequently asked questions.

Do you offer free consultation?+

Yes, the attorneys at Aviso Law offer an initial free 45 min consultation. During the consultation our attorney will explain the legal process associated with your matter and assist you in  evaluating your options. During the consultation the attorney will discuss fees and explain how the retainer works. To best accommodate our client’s schedule, this initial consultation can be conducted in person at a variety of locations, or over the phone.

What do I need to bring to the consultation?+

A completed Client Intake Form. Please provide any court documents you may have as well.

Where is Aviso Law office located?+

Our office is conveniently located in downtown Colorado Springs at 618 North Tejon Street, 80903. Parking is available at street meters which take quarters, dimes, VISA or MasterCard.

What forms of payment does Aviso Law accept?+

Cash, check, money order, and all major credit cards. Please visit our LawPay page to make a payment.

What should I wear to court?+

The courtroom is a formal and serious place, where you want to present your best image. Please dress respectfully, in modest, clean attire. You do not have to wear a suit or a dress, but something that is presentable that you feel comfortable in.

Where should I park when I have court?+

The El Paso County Court is located at 270 South Tejon St., 80903.

  • Street meters take quarters, dimes, VISA or MasterCard. Be sure to double-check the time limits as they will likely not be long enough for your court appearance. If you surpass the time limit you could face a hefty parking ticket.
  • City Admin. Building Parking Garage, 130 S. Nevada St., 80903
  • Plaza of the Rockies Underground Parking:  111 S. Tejon St., 80903
  • Sahwatch Street Parking Structure:  255 Sahwatch St., 80903
Is there childcare available while I’m in court?+

We advise clients to not bring their children with them to court. If you do not have access to childcare, the county provides free, licensed childcare for anyone during their time in court through the Court Care program.