About Rebecca

M.M. (MBA Equivalent), J.D.

It’s about family…

Rebecca’s passion for the law ignited at a young age when she admired her family’s attorney. Despite facing skeptics who doubted her capabilities, she fearlessly pursued her dreams, acquiring numerous degrees, passing the Bar Exam, and even tackling local lawyers who considered her a challenge. Now, she aspires to instill the same fervor in her daughter, Freya. She firmly believes in delivering comprehensive legal services that cater to your entire family’s needs. With a strong focus on family law and an unwavering commitment to safeguarding your rights, she is dedicated to guiding you through any legal hurdles you may encounter. Whether you require assistance with matters such as divorce and custody, estate planning, or other legal concerns, Rebecca is here to provide the support you need. Get in touch with us today to discover how we can collaborate to achieve the most favorable outcome for you and your loved ones.

Her Practice and History

Memberships and Associations

  • Colorado Bar since 2001
    • Family Law since 2006
    • Trust and Estate since 2007
      • Trust and Estate Civic Affairs Committee 2008-2011, 2014
  • Volunteer
    • Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center 2010-2015
    • Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic (JAMLAC) 2010-2021
    • Senior Law Day 2018-2021
  • Organizer
    • Grandparents Raising Grandkids Support Group 2013-2014
  • Member
    • I Take the Lead 2010-2014
    • NAPW 2015
    • Colorado Colaborative Divorce Professionals 2020-Present
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Experience

  • Divorce and Custody
    • Seperation Agreements
    • Parenting Time and Decision Making
    • Child Support
    • Spousal Maintenance
  • Probate
    • Handling Estate w/wo a Will
    • Conservatorships (child and adult)
    • Guardianships (child and adult)
  • GAL for Ute Mountain Ute CFR Court

 

  • And more…
    • Landlord/Tenant Disputes
    • Restraining Orders
    • Contracts
    • Civil Rights
    • Bankruptsy
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Licensed/Previous Sponsorship

  • Colorado State Courts
  • Federal Court for the State of Colorado
  • 10th Circuit Federal District Court of Appeals
  • U.S. Tax Court
  • Ute Mountain Ute CFR Court
  • Southern Ute CFR Court

 

  • Sponsored to appear in:
    • Utah
    • Oklahoma

Published Cases

  • Wilson v. Meyer, 126 P. 3d 276, Colorado Court of Appeals (2005)

Her Priorities

1

Putting Children First

Extensive statistical research has consistently shown that children are the most vulnerable when it comes to the emotional impact of divorce. Sadly, they often bear the brunt of their parents’ disputes. Rebecca prioritizes the well-being of our clients’ children above all else. Her unwavering commitment is to ensure that children navigate the challenges of divorce with the utmost care and support.

2

Honest Business Practice

Attorneys often fall victim to the stereotype of being solely focused on maximizing billable hours for their clients. However, Rebecca breaks the mold with her belief that clients are capable of handling a significant portion of their legal work. She offers her services to ensure that all work is conducted within the parameters of the court, legally binding, and to provide representation in court. That’s why she insists on free consultations – it’s an opportunity for potential clients to get to know her and vice versa, while also understanding how they can contribute to their own case.

3

Passive Aggressive Tactics

The biggest critique we have received about Rebecca’s tactics is how passive she seems, yet she will also not budge when the law is on her client’s side. In the office, we call this tactic “making rope,” as in the opposing side is aggressively working towards making the court angry while we are aggressively working towards letting them. This tactic has worked more often than any aggressive stance to the favor of Rebecca’s clients, giving her the professional reputation of being the quiet threat.

Let’s Work Together