Dave grew up in Denver and received a B.A. in English Literature from
the University of Colorado at Boulder and his J.D. from the University
of Colorado School of Law.
Dave Rich is a business owner turned attorney. As a former business owner,
Mr. Rich has a unique perspective on legal services, because he was a
client before he became a lawyer. Mr. Rich understands the need for lawyers
to listen to their clients in order to truly understand their needs and
goals. He also knows how important it is to ensure that legal fees are
reasonable and transparent, keeping his clients' return on investment
regarding legal fees in mind at all times.
Mr. Rich strives to deliver exceptional legal and customer service to
his clients at a reasonable cost, all while making the legal process more
understandable and less stressful.
Mr. Rich has been practicing law since 2008, first as a real estate, business,
and estate planning attorney and then as a wills, trusts, probate, and
divorce attorney. Mr. Rich is a certified mediator and is proud of being
able to help parties overcome seemingly insurmountable differences to
create mutually beneficial agreements, when possible, in order to avoid
costly courtroom battles.
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Ms. Schuler joined the firm in 2013. Her practice is focused in the areas
of estate and business planning, probate, dissolution of marriage, allocation
of parental responsibilities, and post-divorce issues. Before joining
the firm, she worked in the fields of real estate, tax, and technology.
Ms. Schuler believes in providing quality representation to our clients.
The key is assessing the needs of each and every client while simultaneously
making the legal process as stress-free as possible. She enjoys helping
individuals reach a successful resolution to their issues while avoiding
costly disputes whenever possible.
Ms. Schuler graduated from the University of Colorado law school in 2009,
where she graduated Order of the Coif (top 10% of her class) and served
as the Resource Editor of the University of Colorado Law Review. She holds
a Bachelor’s of Science in Commerce and Finance from the University