Business Law Group

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Our Business Law experts are here to serve you and your business.


Chris earned a Juris Doctor, with honors, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his undergraduate degree from Appalachian State University in the mountains of North Carolina.

Life Outside of the Firm:

Chris moved to Colorado in 2017 and now loves to call Colorado Springs his home.  Chris enjoys spending time outdoors with his family, and on the weekends you will usually find him with his kids on a trail, slope, or cooking dinner at their campsite.

Christopher Aikin, Esq.


Practice Areas:

  • Business Litigation/Contract Litigation
  • Construction Litigation
  • Corporate Governance/Ownership Disputes
  • Real Property Disputes
  • Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce)
  • Allocation of Parental Rights
  • Post-Decree Modifications & Enforcement

Legal Assistants:

April Cameron, Paralegal 


 With extensive experience litigating all types of business and family law disputes, Chris advises his clients through life’s most difficult legal challenges. 

He concentrates over half his practice assisting clients through dissolution of marriage (divorce) and parental rights disputes.  He spends significant time in court and in mediation representing clients on all related issues, including spousal maintenance and support, division of marital property and marital debt, and developing parenting plans to address decision making, parenting time schedules, child support, related issues.  Chris also helps clients on post-decree issues, including modification and enforcement actions.

Chris was a partner at a national law firm in his hometown of Kansas City, where he practiced law for 15 years, before moving to Colorado Springs.  As a business lawyer, Chris has litigated countless cases for breach of contract, handled all types of real property disputes, and has represented businesses and their owners through all sorts of ownership disputes.  He has prosecuted and defended against numerous breach of fiduciary duty claims, including individual and derivative claims against co-owners and management for usurping and waste of company assets.  He has also represented clients on both sides of claims for misappropriation of trade secrets/confidential information and no-compete agreements.  He has represented property owners in all types of property disputes, including title, easement, use, and boundary disputes.  He represented one of the nation’s largest private land owners for many years in multiple lawsuits challenging its title to an use of real property. 

Chris still enjoys representing businesses in court and advising their owners on strategies to resolve and avoid disputes without court intervention.  His broad range of experience and practical approach developed while representing businesses help him effectively advocate for his domestic clients when their rights to their marital property are on the line.  Chris also understands that, whether it’s a divorce or a business dispute, effectively and efficiently solving legal problems requires a combination of negotiation and litigation.  Chris draws on his experience to tailor practical solutions to his clients’ complex problems.  Chris has the tools and experience to help solve life’s problems.  When negotiation is not productive, he is a diligent and effective advocate in court.