Keyshla J. Carrero
Keyshla was born and raised in the common wealth of Puerto Rico but spent a large part of her childhood in the state of Florida. Keyshla graduated from Florida State University with a dual degree in Political Science and Sociology. She has been in Colorado since 2017 and has worked as a paralegal for multiple firms since. Some of the areas of law she has worked in include: criminal, domestic, civil litigation, bankruptcy law, probate, and immigration.
Keyshla is bilingual (English & Spanish) and loves assisting clients of all different backgrounds. She especially enjoys the complexity of family law matters and being able to assist others during their time of need. Keyshla is also a notary public for the state of Colorado.
Keyshla aspires to obtain her law degree in the nearby future and would like to practice family law upon graduation.
What you may not know: Keyshla was a has lived in four (4) different states and twenty-one (21) different cities. By the time she entered high school at the age of 14 she had attended over thirteen (13) schools. Keyshla enjoys reading, writing, painting, and spending time with her kitty, Luna.
Meet the Team
April D. Jones
Attorney and Managing CEO
Patrick G. Barkman
David Ari Collins
Knicky Van Goetz
Keyshla J. Cerrero
Client Relationship Specialist
Client Relationship Specialist
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April is very knowledgeable of the law and will not let you down.
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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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