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Erin Young

Senior Attorney

“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.””The support staff is efficient, thorough and friendly. I have no words to begin to thank them for all they did and they are worth every penny. You can’t do it alone, so why not have a valuable team in your corner. Highly recommend them!”


Erin Young was born in Michigan but has spent the majority of her life in Colorado. Admitted to the bar in 2004, she has handled hundreds of cases ranging from criminal prosecutions to product liability law suits to family law matters. In addition to all state courts in Colorado, Erin is admitted to practice in the US District Court for the District of Colorado. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Spanish from the University of Colorado and her law degree from Florida State University.

In part because of her extensive background, Erin Young understands that every family law case is unique and needs to be handled as such. With nearly 10 years of civil litigation experience prior to entering our practice, Erin was recently was a Litigation Associate at a pre-eminent 17th Street law firm in Denver. There she defended a variety of demanding lawsuits and developed extensive deposition and trial experience. During this time, she also provided pro bono legal representation through The Gathering Place which is a non-profit in Denver, CO that acts as a community safety place for at-risk women, children, and transgender individuals.

She was able to use this time to aid a monthly legal clinic and help change the lives of those in need within our Centennial community. Erin has continually made it her mission to improve the lives of others, a commitment she demonstrated while working pro bono at the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center. As a Deputy District Attorney, she represented the rights of victims in domestic violence cases. Since she began her work in family law, Erin has always made it her mission to be completely honest with her clients about their cases so they can weigh their options and make the best choices for themselves. She ensures that clients know the process every step of the way and explains everything clearly and concisely.

What you may not know: Erin loves to enjoy the Colorado outdoors and, when she is not at work, you may find her running or hiking.

Client Testimonials

Compassionate & Effective Counsel That Makes a Difference

quote iconApril is very knowledgeable of the law and will not let you down.

I cannot be more happy with the April Jones Law Firm! I hired her in 2012 for disputes over child support and other items, we had to go to court 3 times on separate matters and every time we were successful. April is very knowledgeable of the law and will not let you down. If I ever need a family law attorney I will call April Jones.

Alan

quote iconI would have jumped over the net and shook your hand today

Voice message to attorney April Jones from opposing counsel following a successful hearing: Boy I would have jumped over the net and shook your hand today, but there was no net!

T.S.

quote iconI couldn’t have gotten a better outcome.

April is awesome! She definitely knows what’s going on with everything in court. I couldn’t have gotten a better outcome.

Terri

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April and staff were wonderful. It made a difficult time of life softer while maintaining my dignity.

B.H.

quote iconThe firm is professional, positive and grounded in their approach.

Once the process became too difficult for me to navigate through I decided to seek Family Law services.

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.

R.P.M.

quote iconApril is well prepared and understands the law and court processes and procedures well beyond anything I have experienced, ensuring success.

I really appreciated April’s straightforward, no-nonsense approach to settling my divorce. It was very refreshing. April is well prepared and understands the law and court processes and procedures well beyond anything I have experienced, ensuring success. I will be a customer for life.

J.M.

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Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system. Meaning, if a worker is injured in a workplace accident or if they become sick with an occupational disease, the worker can file a workers’ compensation claim regardless of their own degree of fault. While workers’ compensation covers medical care and provides monthly benefits to the injured worker, it does not compensate the individual for 100% of their pay prior to their injury. Instead, workers’ compensation is less than…

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