“Thanks Alicia for your help with my case! I really appreciate your honesty, integrity and professionalism. It is greatly appreciated!”
Alicia made the move from Shreveport, Louisiana to the Rocky Mountain State of Colorado in 1991. She has found a home working in family law since 2011. She finds great satisfaction in her role of helping clients navigate the often chaotic transition of divorce, which is often one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. Alicia is led by a strong altruistic drive to serve others, and she makes sure everyone she works with is cared for from the very start of working with Jones Law Firm, PC.
Alicia attended the University of Houston and Red Rocks Community College with a focus on psychology.
What you might not know: When she’s not serving clients, Alicia enjoys mixing electronic music and learning about the mysteries of ancient history. She can also be found writing blogs and attending live music.
Fun fact about Alicia: Although she has lived in Colorado most of her life, she has never been camping!
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