“April and her team of lawyers are excellent! They genuinely care about their clients and have a track record of success! I highly recommend them to any person going through a divorce or who need help with a family law matter.”
Erin has been practicing law since 2000. Before moving to Colorado, she practiced as an Administrative Law Judge, an Assistant Public Defender, and an Assistant Attorney General in Louisiana. Erin has a passion for assisting families through the difficulties of the dissolution of marriage process. She has served as lead counsel in numerous child custody, divorce, and relocation matters throughout Colorado.
Erin believes that communication and compassion are key to understanding a family’s needs in domestic matters. Erin’s years as a litigator and judge have provided her with keen insight into the challenges spouses and parents face in the judicial system. While Erin is an adept litigator, she will always focus on the results her client desires. Erin understands that while hearings are imperative to achieve certain results, negotiations are often an effective method to resolve sensitive matters in a way that best benefits her clients. Erin’s goal is to present her clients with options that empower them to choose the most appropriate method for meeting their individual needs. Erin’s strongest desire is to provide her clients with peace and security at the conclusion of their legal matters.
What you might not know: In Erin’s free time, she enjoys spending time in the mountains with her two teenage children and her two dogs. She is thrilled to be living her dream of practicing law and raising her family in Colorado.
Meet the Team
April D. Jones
Founder | Managing CEO
Patrick G. Barkman
David Ari Collins
Keyshla J. Carrero
Client Relationship Specialist
Director of Client Engagement and Marketing
Knicky Van Goetz
Client Relationship Specialist
Chief Operating Officer
Executive Assistant to April D. Jones
Compassionate & Effective Counsel That Makes a Difference
April is very knowledgeable of the law and will not let you down.
I would have jumped over the net and shook your hand today
I couldn’t have gotten a better outcome.
April and staff were wonderful.
The firm is professional, positive and grounded in their approach.
The firm is professional, positive and grounded in their approach. Everyone in the office is always willing to help and is extremely flexible, which I can say is valued by a working professional. There has always been open and prompt communication. Hannah ultimately won our case, and she did so by having strong intellect, presentation skills, and a genuine interest in the well-being of both my daughter and I. I will continue to value the relationship and expertise long after the issues are resolved.
April is well prepared and understands the law and court processes and procedures well beyond anything I have experienced, ensuring success.
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