Brooke

Alexander

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Fort Collins, CO
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Licensed in CO
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About Brooke

I am an attorney in Fort Collins, Colorado, specializing in the area of Family Law. I am licensed to practice in both Colorado and New Mexico. I decided to become a family law attorney because I have personally experienced many of the different family law cases - from being adopted, through being the child of divorced parents, and having a custody case of my own involving long distance parenting time. ​

Because of my experiences being the child in divorce, and as a parent that shares custody of my child, I am dedicated to fighting for my clients. My goals are to keep the conflict at a minimum, while also firmly asserting my clients positions. Our firm provides realistic advise that is based on the unique circumstances of each client's case.

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