Allison Boschert is a Colorado attorney who specializes exclusively in Family Law. She knew she wanted to pursue a career in Family Law prior to entering law school, and focused her legal education on acquiring knowledge and skills in all the various subject areas that Family Law cases often implicate, including, but not limited to, subjects such as bankruptcy, business law, and estate planning. In addition to earning her Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado School of Law, she simultaneously earned a Certificate in Juvenile and Family Law, with honors.
As a litigator, she has worked in firms of all different sizes but finds that she prefers working in a smaller firm setting because it gives her greater flexibility with each case and allows her to focus on attention to detail, strategic planning, and zealous advocacy. Family Law cases are fact-driven and outcomes can often turn on details that Allison prides herself in discovering and incorporating into each client’s case. She can and will take any case to the courtroom if necessary, but she also recognizes the value of two parties coming together to form a settlement, as settlements can often better endure the test of time.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Allison worked as a certified Montessori teacher for young children at one of Denver’s most prestigious Montessori schools, before becoming a fully-licensed insurance agent. The professional skills she acquired from these fields have functioned as great assets for her in all of her clients’ cases. As a Montessori teacher, she enjoyed creating individualized works and activities to suit the specific educational needs of each of her student, and as an insurance agent she took great pride in helping each client secure the right types of insurance to meet his or her exact needs. As a family law attorney, Allison takes the time to get to know the unique circumstances and needs of every client in order to individually craft her skills to that client’s overall situation. She is committed to the idea and practice of making her skills fit the unique circumstances of every case, rather than trying to fit each case into her own set of skills. To do otherwise, she believes, would result in great detriment to her clients’ cases.