Morgan Terrell is an honest and compassionate attorney whose first priority is open, client-centered representation. Although originally from St. Louis, Morgan has considered Colorado her home since moving here in 2001.
Morgan began her law career in 2014 with the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office representing indigent clients charged with a variety of criminal offenses before transitioning into family law with Jones Law Firm. She has over six years of courtroom and litigation experience including numerous jury trials, but has also negotiated countless favorable resolutions on behalf of her clients.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations and Political Science from Gonzaga University in 2011, and from the University of Colorado Boulder Law School in 2014.
What you may not know: When not working, Morgan enjoys every aspect of the Colorado outdoors including camping, skiing, hiking, and climbing mountains with her husband.
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April is very knowledgeable of the law and will not let you down.
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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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