Being a family law attorney is about solving problems during some of the most challenging times people can face. Doing this effectively and efficiently requires more than just legal knowledge and experience. You have to be a compassionate listener, a strategic thinker and a strong advocate.
For more than 24 years I have counseled and advocated for clients on a broad range of family law matters at every stage of life, from premarital agreements and estate planning for new families, to representing a spouse in divorce and custody matters, to helping resolve the final affairs of a loved one. I bring creativity and common-sense to solving my clients’ problems, whether I am negotiating in a conference room or arguing in a courtroom. And yes, I will return your calls and emails!
I have had the privilege of representing clients at trial and on appeal in complex and cutting edge family law cases. I often have been a guest on radio shows, at public events and in media interviews to discuss family law issues. I also have had the honor of being invited by my peers to present more than a dozen continuing education lectures teaching other lawyers to do what I do.
After building a successful, state-wide family law practice in Indiana, and escaping to Grand County as often as possible, I moved to Colorado full-time and started a Grand County family law practice. When I am not working you can find me learning to mountain bike, skiing at Winter Park or hiking with my dogs.
If you would like more details about me (the boring stuff like where I went to school and what lectures I have given) you can get more information here.