Robert’s practice is focused exclusively on family law related matters, including divorce, common law marriage, allocation of parental rights, child support, and post-decree disputes. Prior to joining Griffiths Law, Robert worked as a professional researcher and editor at the leading legal research company in the nation. He conducted significant core legal research to identify critical legal authority on specific issues. Robert learned invaluable lessons on the complexities of the court system and how to make qualitative judgments of legal content. Robert understands that each client’s situation and goals are unique. By using his experience, Robert helps his clients choose the best course of action in their domestic relations disputes.
Robert earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where he received the Crimson & Gold Law Scholarship. Robert earned his undergraduate degree from the Marist College in Political Science and Public Affairs. Robert received many honors and accolades for his academic achievement during law school and undergrad, including the Dean’s List, Marist Academic Scholarship, Graduated Cum Laude Honors, and the National Honor Society
When he is not working, Robert loves to hike 14ers, camp, attend Red Rocks concerts with friends, and travel.
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