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Family law matters are personal, emotional and frequently involve complex legal or factual issues. Will Smith takes pride in helping his clients through the process. He focuses his practice on family law issues including complex dissolution of marriage actions, allocation of parental responsibility cases, asset preservation, child support, parenting time disputes, and adoption.

Understanding and navigating the legal process can be a stressful experience. Will works with his clients to formulate a strategy tailored to their needs and expectations. Clients are his primary concern.

Many family law matters can be amicably resolved after careful analysis of all potential factors. Will is a firm believer in amicable settlement to both maximize his client’s position and provide cost-effective resolution. When matters cannot be amicably resolved, he has extensive litigation experience and advocates aggressively for his clients.

Professional and Community Associations

  • Member, Colorado Bar Association
  • Member, Douglas Elbert County Bar Association

Public & Speaking Engagements

2020 - Legal Resource Day: Denver County - Trial Preparation and Litigation

2019 - Annual Family Law Institute - Exhibits in Domestic Relations Litigation: Persuasion through Demonstration

2017 - Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section Speaker - Child Support Challenges: New Quirks and Timeless Questions

2016 - Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing - Senate Judiciary Committee Testimony: Support of Proposed Statutory Creation C.R.S 14-10-120.2; Simplifying the Process for Returning to a Prior Name After a Decree of Dissolution of Marriage (HB 16-1085)

2015 - January 13, 2015 CSIA Meeting - "Pay Attention to the Road" -Dealing with Distracted Driving

2014 - Morning Show with Willie B - Tips for Staying out of legal trouble on Rockies Opening Day

2014 - Willie B Morning Show Guest - Colorado DUI Law

2013 - Real Estate Professional Meeting - Dissolution of Marriage and Real Property Transfers

2009 - Deputy Training - C.R.E. 408 and its application in criminal prosecution

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado


  • J.D., Stetson University College of Law, 2008
  • M.B.A., Stetson University School of Business, 2008
  • B.A., Florida State University, 2004

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