I graduated from law school in the Spring of 1986 and immediately returned to Colorado to study for the Colorado Bar. I passed the Colorado Bar in August 1986 and was admitted to practice law in Colorado on November 14, 1986. I was fortunate indeed to have my father as my attorney “mentor.” I am practicing in our same law office at 3755 South Broadway, Englewood, Colorado. My father and I emphasized a people and family oriented law practice to include legal services such as divorce, family law, father’s rights, post-decree modification, parenting time, paternity, adoption, child support, and modification child support, child custody, misdemeanor and felony criminal law, drinking and driving-related charges, traffic matters, wills, estates, probate, bankruptcy, and personal injury claims. My father had a distinguished fifty (50)-year career as an attorney. Also, my father taught me to be a good listener and that an attorney should be a “servant of the people.” My goal as an attorney is to achieve the realistic objectives of my clients and to treat my clients as I would expect my clients to treat me if our roles were reversed.