Richard I. Zuber

The Harris Law Firm
Richard I. Zuber practices law in Denver as a sole practitioner. His practice is limited exclusively to matrimonial/family law matters. He is a past president (2004-2006) of the Colorado Bar Association CLE Board of Directors. Mr. Zuber has published numerous articles in the area of family law, including “Revisiting the Tax Perils of Unallocated Family Support” in 2005; “Exploring the Tax Perils of Temporary Unallocated Family Support” in 2001; “Who Pays the Tax? Assignment of Income Doctrine I.R.C. § 1041” and “The Problematic Division of Deferred Non-Qualified Pension Plans” in 1999; “The Prepayment of Maintenance Conundrum” in July 1998; “Voluntary Early Retirement as a Factor in Modifying Maintenance” in April 1996; “Classifying Rent, Income and Profits From Separate Property” in June 1994; “Domestic Eavesdropping and Wiretapping and the Admissibility of Intercepted Communications” in March 1992; and “Getting the Get: Obtaining a Jewish Divorce in Colorado” in May 1991.
Mr. Zuber has served as a member of the Executive Council of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association for 15 years. He is a past president of the Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (2008-2009). He is also former chair of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association (2010-2011). He has been named in the Best Lawyers of America publication for the years 2006 through 2017. Finally, Richard has been a frequent lecturer on family law-related topics. His most recent lectures have addressed the topics of “Marital Misconduct or Economic Fault in Contemplation of Divorce” and “Dividing Pets in a Dissolution Proceeding, or Bonding with Bowser.”