Being a family law attorney is more than a job to me — it's my calling. I spent years honing my legal skills at big corporate law firms in New York City, but I eventually found myself reeling from a divorce, and it was that experience that showed me the best use for my skills. I realized that could bring something fresh to family law and help ease the strain of those difficult legal situations for my clients. I wanted others to have a better experience navigating family law than I did.
Following my passion, I joined a firm in Evergreen, Colo., as an associate attorney, practicing family and estate law in 2010. Four years later, I launched a solo practice, Andersen Law PC.
I work hard every day to be a great attorney and advocate for my clients, and although I have a stellar back office team and network of advisers, I am always the point of contact for my clients.
Launching Andersen Law PC has allowed me to offer clients more benefits than ever before. I can be more creative with my billing, offering full-service representation with affordable retainers, unbundled — pay-as-you-go — services and anything in between.
To be available to my clients in ways that are convenient for them, I am always seeking new technology. I offer video conferencing, online document sharing, e-billing, credit card payment, text updates and automated document organization — all at affordable price points.
The communities where I live and work have been instrumental in my success, and it's important to me to give back. I have served on the Jefferson County Access to Justice Committee, Evergreen Rotary Board, Evergreen Area Chamber Board, Lutheran Church of the Cross Council, Video Conferencing Pro Bono Program for Colorado, and I participate in mock trial coaching. I helped form and am on the board of the nonprofit Evergreen Chamber Community Fund and continue to serve the underserved with several hours of pro bono legal work each month.