Top Family Law Attorneys in Denver, CO
Epstein Patierno, LLP - Attorneys at Law
Denver: The Equitable Building, Suite 230, 730 17th Street, Denver, CO 80202
Greenwood Village: 6161 S. Syracuse Way, Suite 370, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
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Jim received his Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paralegal from the Community College of Denver in 1995, and he brings a wealth of experience to the firm. He has extensive experience working on highly complex cases, financial and otherwise.
Jim enjoys working with our clients, and he works diligently and efficiently to meet their individual needs and goals.
In his spare time, Jim coaches youth sports, including Arvada Midget Football and North Jeffco Junior baseball teams. A native of Colorado, Jim enjoys camping, playing softball and flag football, and competing in various 5K, 10K, and half-marathon races.
Jennifer possesses valuable experience working on complicated cases, and she enjoys navigating the complexities and nuances of each case. She diligently assists and works with our clients through their cases to best serve their needs. Originally from North Platte, Nebraska, Jennifer grew up right here in Colorado.
In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys rooting for the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team and battling complex crossword puzzles.
Vickie graduated from the Denver Business College in 1989. Vickie has over 27 years’ experience as a paralegal working in both civil and domestic law. Vickie has worked extensively the last 20+ years on high-conflict/complex asset cases, collaborative dissolutions, and mediation.
Vickie possesses significant knowledge and expertise to help clients navigate through their dissolution cases, allocation of parental rights or post-decree disputes.
Vickie takes much pride in being a zealous advocate for clients with a degree of compassion necessary to help them through what is often the most emotionally turbulent time in their lives.
Vickie enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking/baking, and enjoying everything Colorado has to offer such as camping, four-wheeling and boating.
Vickie is a member of the Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association.
Jessika received her A.A.S in Paralegal Studies from Salt Lake Community College in 2006 and began working in criminal law. After graduating from the University of Utah with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Jessika relocated from Salt Lake City to work in the Denver County Court as a court clerk.
She began working as a family law paralegal in 2016 and finds meeting the needs of clients very rewarding. With her psychology background, Jessika finds it fulfilling to listen and assist clients, responding to their individual concerns and needs.
In her free time, Jessika enjoys watching sports, reading, and hiking.
Amie Conger joins us after stepping out of the legal industry for a few years. She worked with Mr. Epstein and Ms. Smock in the past. She thoroughly enjoys Family Law and all the aspects that come with caring for the client in a difficult time in their lives. She is empathetic and can always be counted on to make sure the client is taken care of.
Amie is a Colorado native. In her spare time, Amie, enjoys spending time with her family, watching sports and reading.
Gayla received her BA in History with a Law Studies minor from the University of Colorado at Denver, and received her Paralegal Certificate from Arapahoe Community College.
Gayla’s extensive background in customer/client relations, and previous work as a CASA volunteer for Jeffco and Gilpin Counties, provides her with an empathetic perspective as it relates to the complex emotional issues involved in family law.
Originally from Florida, Gayla moved to Colorado in 2005, due in part to the many outdoor recreational activities the state has to offer. In her spare time, Gayla enjoys running, tennis, hiking, and camping with her numerous and active family members.
Kirstin earned her Bachelor of Science in Financial Accounting in night school, graduating magna cum laude while working full time as a legal assistant on civil and criminal antitrust matters. After what was to be a single ski season in Breckenridge, Kirstin relocated to Colorado in 2011 and began working as a family law paralegal in Summit County.
Kirstin understands the need for a listening ear, compassion and emotional support for clients who are often in the midst of a personal crisis, and uses her extensive knowledge and experience to bring clarity and calm to the legal process.
Originally from Minnesota, Kirstin lived and worked in Washington D.C. for ten years before relocating to Colorado. She loves skiing, hiking, watching hockey, singing and making music, and being goofy with her family in her free time.