Maha Kamal

Top rated Family Law attorney in Denver, Colorado

Colorado Family Law Project
Maha Kamal
Colorado Family Law Project

Practice Areas: Family Law, Appellate; view more

Licensed in Colorado since: 2014

Education: University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Languages Spoken: English, Hindi, Spanish, Urdu

Selected to Rising Stars: 2019 - 2024

Colorado Family Law Project

1627 Vine Street
Denver, CO 80206 Visit website


The founder of the Colorado Family Law Project, Maha Kamal focuses her practice exclusively on that area of the law. Based in Denver, Colorado, she provides compassionate representation to clients throughout the state.

Born and raised in Colorado, Ms. Kamal attended the University of Colorado Boulder as an undergraduate, and she majored in international affairs and received a Bachelor of Arts in 2006. She subsequently went on to pursue her legal studies at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, and while she was there, she served several internships, including with the ACLU of Colorado, with a Canadian legal clinic and for a judge on the state’s 18th Judicial District, before obtaining her Juris Doctor in 2013.

Ms. Kamal’s practice primarily involves her representation of people whose marriages are coming to an end. In that regard, she assists them with such matters as property division, alimony, child support, and child custody and visitation. Ms. Kamal’s background in mediation allows her to guide her clients through that process of alternative dispute resolution, but she also advocates on their behalf in court when litigation proves to be necessary. Her family law experience has also encompassed the preparation and review of prenuptial and post-marital agreements, and she has helped clients who have already gotten a divorce and who are now seeking the enforcement of or modifications to existing support and parenting orders.

Ms. Kamal is highly regarded by her colleagues for the way she handles what can often be emotional and contentious matters, and this is reflected in her 10.0 “Superb” peer review rating through Avvo. Fluent in Spanish, Hindi and Urdu, she has been admitted to practice in Colorado since 2014.


Practice areas

Family Law, Appellate

Focus areas

Alimony & Spousal Support, Appeals, Child Support, Custody & Visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Father's Rights, Marital Property, Mediation & Collaborative Law, Name Change, Paternity, Prenuptial Agreements, Same Sex Family Law

  • 80% Family Law
  • 20% Appellate

First Admitted: 2014, Colorado

Professional Webpage:

Firm News (Newsletters):
  • "Maha is a featured panelist for our DEI TED Talk 5: Coming Out in the Workplace on 11/19/20 via Zoom. Maha offers sliding scale unbundled services and full representation in family law, including appeals. She has had her own practice for over four years now and really enjoys working with clients and the Court. When she’s not lawyering, Maha loves creating art, and mix media like acrylic and digital. Maha is also working on her first sci-fi short story collection - ghost stories about famous South Asian women in history!", CBA YLD DEI TED Talk 5: Coming Out in the Workplace on 11/19/20
  • SuperLawyer, 2019 and 2020
  • , Top Lawyer - 5280 Magazine,, 2020
  • Rising Star by SuperLawyers, 2019
Educational Background:
  • Bachelor of Arts, International Affairs, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2007
  • University of Denver - Sturm College of Law, 2013
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Member, Executive Council, Family Law Section (Colorado Bar Ass'n), 2021-2022, 2021
  • Supreme Court Subcommittee on Limited Licensure of Paraprofessionals - Co-Chair with the hon. Angela Arkin (Douglas County District Court). The subcommittee's draft proposal passed the Advisory Council on May 17, 2021, and is currently under consideration by the Supreme Court.   Members of the committee: Hon. Justice Melissa Hart, Hon. Dan Taubman (COA), Hon. Adam Espinoza (Denver County Court), Rebekah Pfahler (Colorado Legal Services), Jessica Yates (OARC), David Stark (Advisory Council/Faegre Drinker), Colleen Mcmanamon (Mediated Solutions/paralegal/mediator), Heather Lang (Family Court Facilitator, 18th Judicial District Douglas County). , 2021
  • American Pakistan Foundation, Member, Leadership Council (2020 to present), 2021
  • Denver Bar Association on the Colorado Board of Governors, 2020
  • Colorado Bar Association Leadership Training, Member, 2019
  • Diversity on the Bench Coalition (DOBC), 2021
  • Trustee, American Humanist Foundation (DC), 2020
  • Member, Continuing Legal and Judicial Education Committee, Colorado Supreme Court, 2019
  • Board Member, American Humanist Association, Humanist Legal Society, 2017
Other Outstanding Achievements:
  • The Bombay Review (April 2021), "Last Son of Majoun", Short Story (fiction), 2021
  • CBA Arts & Literature Contest, "On Identity", Essay (Non-Fiction) Award, 2020
  • Masalazine (forthcoming publication), "The Infamous Agha Roll", Young Adult novel (excerpt), 2021
  • As the finale to this limited series podcast, Nicoal Sperrazza talks with Maha Kamal, a solo practitioner who provides sliding scale services in the Denver metro area.  Maha discusses her AAPI experience as a first-generation Pakistani-American who was disowned by her parents, living as a minority within a minority, cultivating her creativity through various artforms, and finding her way to humanism throughout it all., Ep 4: Limited Series for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month with Maha Kamal, 2021
  • "Shelby and Charles sat down with DBA Literature and Arts winner, Maha Kamal, to discuss all things art, family law, and in between!", CBA Spilling the Tea with Maha Kamal, 2021
Pro bono/Community Service:
  • Denver International Airport - Art Selection Panelist. I was selected by the city as a community member to assist with the selection of new art pieces from local and international artists to be installed in the new expansions of Concourses A, B, and C. , 2021
  • Family Law Section, CBA, Subcommittee on EDI - 2020-present, 2020
  • Board of Directors - Art Students League of Denver (current member), 2020
  • Continuing Legal and Judicial Education Committee, Member (ongoing), 2019
  • Colorado Bar Association’s Leadership Training (COBALT) Fellow - 2019 to 2020 Sessions Member - 2020-2021, 2020
  • Rocky Mountain Victim Advocacy Center (RMVLC), 2019
  • American Humanist Association’s Humanist Legal Society, 2019
  • CBA Pro Bono Appellate Program, 2020
  • Pro Bono Attorney, Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN), 2018
  • Board Member, Lighthouse Writer's Workshop, 2017

Office location for Maha Kamal

1627 Vine Street
Denver, CO 80206

Phone: 720-897-5182


6 Years Rising Stars
  • Rising Stars: 2019 - 2024

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