began her law career interning at the Appellate Clinic at the University of
Akron School of Law. In 2012, she began working for the Colorado Department of
Corrections Legal Department. Amanda assisted in ensuring the Department’s
implementation of federal legislation, ensured compliance with requirements
under ongoing litigation, and provided legal analysis to the Directors of
Prison for proposed policy changes.
2012 until 2013, Amanda was a Deputy District Attorney with the 4th Judicial
District. Amanda primarily prosecuted incidents involving charges of driving
under the influence, domestic violence, and child abuse. During her time there,
Amanda sharpened her abilities in presenting cases to juries.
began practicing family law in October 2013. Amanda has experience with cases
involving complicated jurisdictional issues under the UCCJEA, UIFSA, and the
Hague Convention. Amanda’s cases have involved businesses, multiple real estate
holdings, and complex financial issues. Amanda has extensive experience in high
conflict custody issues involving domestic violence, substance abuse, and
psychological illnesses. While Amanda believes reasonable agreements can be
reached in many cases, she is ready and willing to take the necessary issues to
hearing to protect her clients and their children.