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Colorado Divorce Attorney

Divorce Attorney David Crum

Get to Know David

Going to New Heights

David grew up in the midwest and eventually left that behind for an education on the east coast, where he attended schools in Boston and Washington D.C. His love of the mountains and the desert eventually brought him to the southwest and started him on his entrepreneurial path.

David and his wife Melissa are avid mountain climbers and have scaled the summits of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, and Mount Orizaba in Mexico.

They have one daughter who has flown the coop for the (greener?) pastures of New York City.

Author, Attorney, Entrepreneur

Prior to launching Colorado Legal Group, David developed two other divorce and family law firms: New Mexico Legal Group and Nebraska Legal Group. His proven track record of creating best-in-class law firms staffed with talented attorneys and paralegals is unmatched. A life long learner and entrepreneur, David fell in love with Denver and is thrilled to be able to bring his unique approach and client-focused services to our incredible city.

David is admitted to practice law in Colorado, New Mexico, and Nebraska and is a frequent speaker and lecturer to other lawyers and the general public. He has taught trial skills and practice management to other lawyers across the country. He represents a wide range of family law clients in cases including divorce, child custody and support, property division, alimony, and division of retirement funds.

Education
Law School: George Washington University
Undergraduate: Boston University

Awards and Speaking Engagements
Jury Selection in Courts of Limited Jurisdiction
The Use of Technology in Divorce Trials
Law Practice Management in the 21st Century
The Future of Continuing Legal Education

Publications
Author, Confessions of a Divorce Assassin: What Your Really Need to Know About Your Case, Your Kids, and Your Lawyer (Legal Imprints Publishing)

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