My name is Kathlyn Laraway, and I have been practicing law in Colorado since 2010. I have represented clients in Dissolution Procedings, Child Custody Matters, Child Support Matters, Paternity Cases, as well as criminal defense, traffic, landlord tenant law, workers' compensation, and insurance defense.
While I do not originally hail from beautiful Colorado, I certainly have come to enjoy it's many wonderful places and people. In my free time I coach Mock Trial at George Washington High School, which is very rewarding, and a wonderful way to give back to the community. I am also the Vice President of Ruff, Inc., which is a non-profit Flyball Club dedicated to support rescue organizations both financially and by performing volunteer work. If you have never heard of flyball, I am sure you are not alone. Flyball is an activity for dogs and their owners to compete in a relay-type race against other dogs for points. Flyball is non-stop fun, and I would encourage anyone with a dog to look into it, especially if their dog has an affinity for tennis balls or fetch!
Upon moving to Colorado, I took up snowboarding and golf. However at this time, I can not claim any expertise in either area. I usually spend most of my time on a mountain trying not to fall down (or trying to get back up), and most of my time on the golf course trying to find my ball in the rough. I have learned to golf with neon colored balls as a result.
Growing up in Michigan, however, my passion was always horses. I competed in horseback riding competitions from when I was 4 until I was 19. I still have two Appaloosa horses, Julio and Rocket, who have retired into luxury at my parent's barn.
While in Michigan, I attended James Madison College at Michigan State University. I remain an avid Michigan State sports fan, and I can frequently be found at our alumni bar here in Denver on game days. GO GREEN!