Business Law Group

Meet Our Team

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

Christopher Aikin, Esq.


Practice Areas:

  • Business & Corporate Law
  • Business Litigation
  • Tax Law
  • Employment Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Real Estate Law
  • Family Law

Legal Assistants:

Megan Sackett, Paralegal – Business Law Group

April Cameron, Paralegal – Family Law Group


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 helping couples through divorce and parental rights disputes: spousal maintenance and child support, division of marital property and marital debt, child custody and parenting time.  He has also litigated countless cases for breach of contract, handled all types of real property disputes, and still enjoys advising businesses and their owners through ownership disputes and commercial litigation.  Whether assisting closely held business owners resolve ownership and dissolution disputes, fighting fiduciary duty claims, or litigating complex claims to real estate, Chris’s experiences representing businesses help him effectively advocate for his domestic clients when their rights to the marital property are on the line.  Chris also understands that, whether it’s a divorce or a business dispute, effectively solving legal problems requires a combination of negotiation and litigation.  Chris draws on his experience to tailor practical solutions to his clients’ complex problems.  But when negotiation is not productive, he enjoys diligently advocating for his clients in court.

Chris obtained his law degree from the University of North Carolina and his undergraduate degree from Appalachian State University.  He practiced commercial litigation in his home town of Kansas City for 15 years before moving to Colorado Springs, which he now enthusiastically calls home.  Chris enjoys hiking, fishing, skiing, camping and everything else outdoors.