“I center my clients’ representation on the fundamental understanding that a person’s family dynamics have an incredible impact on their emotional and physical wellbeing. As such, I approach my role as a counselor with compassion and understanding.”
Carrie boasts legal experience in a variety of fields, including Civil Rights Litigation, for which she was awarded for her outstanding achievements. She found her niche in family law after working as a Staff Attorney with El Paso County Child Support Services, where she gained specialized knowledge in issues related to child support and paternity issues and appeared in Court an average of twenty times per week. Throughout her litigation experience Carrie has worked with individuals from all walks of life to achieve mutually beneficial settlements and, when necessary, presented strong advocacy in the courtroom.
When not practicing law, Carrie is an avid Broncos, fantasy football, and Colorado Avalanche fan who loves to spend time with her four-legged children. As a Colorado native, she harbors a deep love for the outdoors. Carrie grew up in Black Forest, Colorado, where her father still practices as the local veterinarian.
Areas of Practice:
- Complex Divorce Matters
- Establishment, Modification, and Enforcement of Child Support
- Dependency and Neglect
- State of Colorado
- University of Denver Sturm College of Law
- Juris Doctorate
- Scholastic Excellence Award winner
- Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
- Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a concentration in Legal Studies
- Bachelor of Arts degree in French