Many of today’s clients demand the quality of representation obtained from an attorney specializing in a single area of the law. I provide my clients the quality of a one-on-one attorney-client relationship. I represent clients throughout Colorado.
From 2006 to 2007, I was employed as an attorney for the Small Business Administration in their disaster recovery loan center. From 2007 to 2009, I was employed as an associate attorney for a local real estate litigation firm (Castle Law Group, LLC). From 2009 to 2012, I founded a boutique law firm in Denver which represented small to mid-sized companies in entity selection and organizations, contract litigation, and strategic workouts for distressed businesses. During this time, I also represented individuals and businesses in bankruptcy chapter 7, 13 and 11. During the year 2012, I downsized my firm and began focusing exclusively on consumer bankruptcy law.
You will be in good hands when you hire me to represent your case because I represent an average of just one new client per week. Since 2012, I diversified into other fields because I enjoy the challenge of conducting in-depth investigations and analysis of individuals and companies. In 2012, I began working for Pilum Investigations as a digital forensic analyst and later as a business intelligence analyst for Cyber-Trail, LLC. Prior to law school, I was a military intelligence analyst for many years. I enjoy putting my critical thinking and problem solving skills to the test every day. It keeps my mind active and engaged. These days I spend most of my time providing investigative services to private lenders and equity investors. However, I will never fully disengage from the bankruptcy field.
J.D. Law, University of Wyoming College of Law
Wyoming and Colorado, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
American Bar Association
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Colorado Bar Association