Carolyn Duncan received her BA in International Relations from Florida State University. She then received her J.D. from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. She was admitted to the Georgia Bar and the Alabama Bar in 1992.
She began her career working for a law firm in Columbus, Georgia, handling family law and divorce cases. Later she worked as a Legal Assistance Attorney in the Office of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) at Fort Benning, Georgia, and was promoted to Chief of the Legal Assistance Division.
In 2002 she moved to Colorado, was admitted to the Colorado Bar and continued her law practice. With over twenty years of law practice experience, she is able to take apart the puzzling problems you face and communicate directly with you.
We care about our clients as people, first and foremost. In fact, we feel that compassion and understanding are non-negotiable qualities in our field of work since, generally, people coming to us are in emotionally stressful situations. That’s why we like to do what we can to coach them to a better place — both legally and emotionally.
And, to make sure we’re always offering our clients the highest quality of service, we continuously seek out even more efficient, economical methods of working through their cases. We still base our client care on tried-and-true knowledge and experience, but we’re not afraid to implement the latest techniques and technologies in order to do even more for them during their times of need