Jon Eric Stuebner
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University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D.
Regis University, M.A., Education
University of Colorado, B.A., English Literature
Area of Practice
About Jon Eric Stuebner
Jon Eric earned his J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. While attending law school, Jon Eric worked as a legal assistant for a local non-profit organization advocating for individuals with disabilities before joining Griffiths Law in 2014 as a paralegal and finishing law school. Prior to law school, he spent a number of years working as an educator in the Cherry Creek School District.
Jon Eric’s background allows him to zealously advocate for clients with the degree of compassion necessary to help them through what is often the most emotionally turbulent time in their lives. His law practice at Griffiths Law is comprised of all areas of family law, including dissolution cases, allocation of parental rights, post-decree disputes and he has become actively involved in many of the firm’s appellate cases.
“In family law, we are in the unique legal position to not only strive to rectify the past but to help craft a more positive future for our clients and their children.”
Colorado Bar Association
Authorship & Presentations
- “Rocky Mountain High or a New Low?”, Jon Eric Stuebner and Carolyn Witkus, Law Week Colorado, April 15, 2019
- “The Executive Compensation Handbook,” American Bar Association, co-author, August 23, 2018
“Pretrial Interviews for Paralegals,” Institute for Paralegal Education, June 1, 2017
“Up in Smoke: Marijuana Businesses and Divorce,” Law Week Colorado, April 17, 2017
“Trial Preparation From Start to Finish for Paralegals,” IPE, April 2017
“Dividing Debt in Divorce: What Attorneys Need to Know,” Co-Presenter, NBI, March 2017
“The Benefits of Positive Procrastination,” Family Lawyer Magazine, Spring 2017 Issue
“Divorce in the Golden Years: What to Consider,” ColoradoBiz Magazine (online), co-author, May 25, 2016
“A Litigation Paralegal’s Guide to Case Management,” IPE, April 2015