Erin represents clients in all family law matters, including complex-asset divorce and high-conflict parenting disputes, devoting most of her practice to cases that involve domestic violence, child abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, and mental health issues. She approaches each case with an eye toward a resolution to mitigate the emotional toll the dissolution process puts on clients and their families.
Erin also routinely handles significant post-decree trial work. Her ability to synthesize information, think analytically and find creative solutions to complex legal problems have provided her with the expertise necessary to succeed in both the courtroom and in settlement negotiations.
In 2014, Erin was inducted into the Order of the Coif honor society, top 10% of her class. She then received family law training as a student law clerk at Willoughby & Associates, was a judicial intern for the 18th District Court domestic docket, and served as Assistant Managing Editor for the Denver Law Review.
During law school, Erin earned DU’s Hartje Objective Writing Award for exceptional writing and research and also qualified for quarterfinalist status in DU’s Hoffman Cup Trial Advocacy Competition.
Order of the Coif
Denver Law Review, Assistant Managing Editor, 2016-2017 school year
D.U. Constitutional Rights and Remedies Certificate
Domestic relations attorney
Child & Family Investigator
Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section
Colorado Women’s Bar Association
Denver Bar Association
Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee
D.U. Law Student Mentorship Program
Family Tree, Legal Clinic volunteer
CBA Ethics Committee Member
Super Lawyers – 2020 and 2021 Rising Star
Best Lawyers – 2020 “Ones to Watch”
Avvo –Excellent Rating
DU’s Hartje Objective Writing Award Recipient