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Kimberly R. Willoughby

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Willoughby & Associates

Contact Information

Office
Suite 910
303 E 17th Ave.
Denver CO 80203
Work (303) 839-1770
Fax (303) 839-1750


Practice State

Colorado

Introduction

Kim Willoughby of Willoughby & Associates, has practiced law in the state of Colorado since 1994. Her areas of focus include: family law, estate planning and probate. She is AV- Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and served as President of the Colorado Chapter. She has been on the Colorado Super Lawyers list since 2006, and in the Top 100 Attorneys in Colorado in 2012 and 2013. She has been named as a "Top Lawyer" in 5280 Magazine, and has been named in the Best Lawyers of America since 2006. She has been recognized as a Top 25 Female attorney for three years. In addition, she has presented and written extensively in the family law and estate planning fields. Furthermore, Ms. Willoughby is a past president of the Thompson Marsh Inn of Court and has served on various bar-related boards. Willoughby and Associates now has a satellite office at 25188 Genesee Trail Road, right off I-70, for our mountain and Denver West clients!

Emphasis

Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation

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Education

J.D., University of Virginia, 1994 B.A., magna cum laude, University of Colorado, 1991

Legal Organizations

Kim has served as President of the Thompson Marsh Inn of Court, President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary of the Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Member of the Executive Council of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, Board Member of Colorado Continuing Legal Education, Second Vice President of the Denver Bar Association, Board of Governors of the Colorado Bar Association, and is a Colorado Bar Association Fellow.

Awards

Best Lawyers in America, 2006-2014; Colorado Super Lawyers, 2006-2014 (including Top 25 Women Attorneys, 2006 and 2011-2013, Top 100 Attorneys, 2012 and 2013); Tim Gill Entreprenurial Woman of the Year, 2004.

CLE Presentations

Kim's recent seminar presentations include: "Modifications to the Uniform Probate Code," Colorado CLE, Denver, Colorado, September 7, 2010. "ART Comes to Colorado," Family Law Institute, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, August 6, 2010. "Modifications to the Uniform Probate Code," Trusts and Estates Retreat, Vail, Colorado, June 18 and June 19, 2010. "Disentangling Finances and Deciding Parental Responsibilities Issues for Non-Married Couples," Annual Spring Family Law Update, Denver, Colorado, April 9, 2010. "ART and the Law," Boulder, Colorado, April 5, 2010. . "UPC and the Law," Trusts and Estates Update, Denver, Colorado, December 11, 2009, . "Family Law Update," Colorado Magistrates Conference, Westminster, Colorado, September14, 2009. "Obtaining and Evaluating Financial Information," Colorado Family Law Practice for Paralegals, Denver, Colorado, May 29, 2009. "Families Headed by Same-Sex Partners," Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Denver, Colorado, April 17, 2009. "Standards of Value," Business Valuation Program, National CLE Conference (LEI), Vail, Colorado, January 3, 2009. "Equitable Relief for Non-Married Partners," El Paso Bar Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado, December 12, 2008.

Author

Kim has written the following articles: “Changes to Colorado's Uniform Probate Code," The Colorado Lawyer, December 2010; "Lewis v. Lewis and Non-Married Partner litigation," The Colorado Lawyer, January, 2010. ART: Enter the Lawyer," Family Advocate, Vol. 32, No. 4, Spring (2010) p. 36-40. "Family Relationships," Senior Law Handbook, Colorado Legal Education, 2010 Edition. "Family Law," Lawyers' Professional Liability "Family Law," Lawyers' Professional Liability in Colorado, Colorado CLE, Third Edition (2008). "Relocation in Family Law Cases," The Colorado Lawyer, March 2006. Ordinary Issues, Extra Ordinary Solutions (2003). "Collaborative Law and Nontraditional Families," Collaborative Law: A New Model for Dispute Resolution, Sheila Gutterman (2004). "Death and Divorce," CLE Family Law Handbook (2003). "Non-Traditional Families," Colorado Domestic Relations Form Book, R. Hinds, Jr. and A. Bonin, 2nd Ed. (2003). "Having My Baby: Surrogacy in Colorado," The Colorado Lawyer, January 2002.

AAML Chapter

Colorado, President.

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