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Allison Boschert

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Top Rated Family Law Attorney in Denver, CO

Boschert Law LLC
3700 Quebec St, Suite 100-303
Denver, CO 80207
Phone: 720-468-4860
Selected to Rising Stars: 2021 - 2022
Licensed in Colorado Since: 2014
Practice Areas: Family Law, General Litigation
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Attorney Profile

Allison Boschert is the founder and managing attorney at Boschert Law LLC in Denver, Colorado. Serving clients throughout the state of Colorado, she focuses her practice exclusively on family law matters such as divorce, child custody and support, property division, post-decree modification, spousal maintenance, protection orders and domestic violence. 

In addition to her law practice, she is trained to practice as a decision-maker and parent coordinator in family law issues. Ms. Boschert is the go-to lawyer for high-conflict child custody cases, relocation cases and interstate jurisdiction matters. She is compassionate and understanding of the emotional nature of family law cases and handles all her cases empathetically. 

Graduating summa cum laude and with distinction, Ms. Boschert has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado Law School along with a certificate in juvenile and family law, graduating with honors. 

Before joining law school, Ms. Boschert worked as a Montessori schoolteacher and earned a teaching certification from the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies. This experience as an educator made her realize her passion to help others to succeed by providing customized strategies for each of them. 

Preparing for law school, Ms. Boschert was fully licensed to work as a property and casualty insurance agent, while financially preparing to attend law school. While in law school, she worked as a clerk in private and judicial practice positions. To keep herself up to date on marital and family law, she has completed many crucial training programs on child custody disputes, domestic violence, divorce, parental alienation and many others. 

Devotedly involved in the legal community, Ms. Boschert is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Denver Bar Association, the Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee and the American Montessori Society. She is a member of the Family Law Section, Solo and Small Firm Section and the Modern Law Practice Initiative Section of the Colorado Bar Association. 

Ms. Boschert is a member of the Colorado Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliatory Courts. She is also a member of the Association of Family and Conciliatory Courts, Colorado Collaborative Divorce Professionals and the Women Owned Law Firm Association. Through Metro Volunteer Lawyers, Ms. Boschert has actively contributed her time to pro bono services by providing consultations for those who cannot afford it.

Practice Areas
  • 90%Family Law
  • 10%General Litigation
Focus Areas

Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Support, Custody & Visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Name Change, Marital Property, Same Sex Family Law, Restraining Order

Selections

2 Years Rising Stars
  • Rising Stars: 2021 - 2022

About Allison Boschert

First Admitted: 2014, Colorado

Professional Webpage: https://www.boschertlawllc.com/about-us/

Scholarly Lectures/Writings

  • Allegations of Child Abuse During Child Custody Disputes (January 2021)
  • Family Law Case Law Update (January 2018)  
  • 25 Cases Every Family Lawyer Should Know (January 2018)
  • Family Law and the New Tax Plan (February 2018)
  • Ethics and Billing Fees (March 2018)
  • Family Law Basic Skills (March 2018)
  • Advanced Family Law Institute: Tackling Challenging Issues in Challenging Times (March 2018)
  • Confluence of Family Law and Bankruptcy (March 2018)
  • Family Law Spring Update: How Changes in the Law Will Affect Your Family Law Practice (April 2018)
  • Family Law Fall Update: Trial & Tribulations: Preparing for Permanent Orders in Family Law (April 2018)
  • All Dollars are Not Created Equal: A Look at Property That’s Tax Burdened, Hard to Value, Hard to Divide and/or Hard to Liquidate (April 2018)
  • Relocation and Parental Capacity (May 2018)
  • Family Law Legislative Update (May 2018)
  • What Can Psychological Testing Reveal About Our Clients and How to Use Clinical Findings in Custody Evaluations (September 2018)
  • When a Non-Party is the Problem (October 2018)
  • Domestic Violence: Family Law (October 2018)
  • Family Law Fall Update 2018: Self-Care, Settlement, Self-Employment and Such! (October 2018)
  • Alcohol Abuse: If Once an Addict, Always and Addict? (November 2018)
  • Medical Decision-Making (December 2018)
  • Appellate Practice Update (December 2018)
  • New Maintenance Statute (December 2018)
  • National Continuing Legal Education Conference (January 2019)
  • Addressing Challenging Questions(March 2019)
  • Enforcing Parenting Time (April 2019)
  • Family Law Basic Skills (May 2019)
  • Getting the Best Evidence for Domestic Violence Cases (June 2019)
  • Toxicology and Marijuana 101 (September 2019)
  • Divorce and Income Taxes After 2017 Tax Act (September 2019)
  • Drug Testing Options in Custody Cases (October 2019)
  • Child Support Update (October 2019)
  • Understanding and Intervening When Children Refuse Parent Contact (October 2019)
  • Family Law Annual Institute (October 2019)
  • Family Law Fall Update: Kids and the Courts (October 2019)
  • Children’s Out of Court Statements (October 2019)
  • Understanding Parent-Child Interactional Assessments (November 2019)
  • Toward a Trauma-Responsive System of Justice: Untangling Trauma from Drama (December 2019)
  • Rule 16.2: Fifteen Years Later (February 2020)
  • Technology & Business Planning for Your Law Firm (February 2020)
  • Common Law Marriage in Colorado (February 2020)
  • Comprehensive Parenting Coordination and Decision-Maker Training (March 2020)
  • Concepts, Controversies, and Conundrums of Parent-Child Contact Problems (May 2020)
  • Ethical Zoom Mediation Training (May 2020)
  • Implicit Bias Ethics in the Courtroom (May 2020)
  • Parental Alienation and Misinformation Proliferation (June 2020)
  • Responding to Severe Parent-Child Rejection Cases Without a Parentectomy (June 2020)
  • Innovative Psychojudicial Responses to Resist-Refusal Cases (June 2020)
  • The Opioid Epidemic and Family Courts (July 2020)
  • Ethics of Working Remotely (July 2020)
  • Reading Too Much Into It: Paperless Office (July 2020)
  • Parenting Coordination in Cases Involving Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) (August 2020)
  • How to Build a Problem-Solving Family Court Within a Traditional Court from Scratch With No Money (August 2020)
  • Mediation and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Research Tells Us (August 2020)
  • Opposing the Self-Represented Litigant (August 2020)
  • Communication Breakdowns (August 2020)
  • Family Law Annual Institute (August 2020)
  • Essential Technology and Tools for Law Practices (August 2020)
  • Appellate Practice in Family Law (August 2020)
  • Effective Use of Parenting Coordination: Considerations for Legal and Mental Health Professionals (August 2020)
  • Dropbox for Lawyers (September 2020)
  • Solo-Small Firm Annual Institute (September 2020)
  • Enhancing Efficacious Parenting Coordination (September 2020)
  • Voices or Ghosts? The Place of Children in Parenting Coordination (September 2020)
  • Why Does Diversity Matter in Family Law?(September 2020)
  • Legal Technology: AI & Blockchains (September 2020)
  • Evidence in Colorado: A Practical Guide (October 2020)
  • Practicing Before Colorado Court of Appeals During COVID-19 (October 2020)
  • Rhetoric and and Reason in Parental Alienation Discourse (October 2020)
  • Parental Alienation: False Positives and Myriad Concerns (October 2020)
  • Working with the Traumatized Client (October 2020)
  • Advanced Family Law Conference: Tackling Challenging Issues in Challenging Times (November 2020)
  • Law Firm Cybersecurity in Remote-First World (December 2020)
  • Modern Representation 101 (December 2020)
  • Divorce. Conflict. Kids: Helping Clients Protect Children Before, During, and After Divorce (December 2020)
  • Crisis Management for Attorneys (December 2020)
  • Polyvagal Theory in the Courtroom and Beyond (January 2021)
  • Trauma-Informed Interventions in Parent-Child Contact Cases (January 2021)

Educational Background

  • University of Colorado, Boulder, B.A., 2003, summa cum laude with distinction
  • American Montessori Society Teaching Certification, Montessori Education Center of the Rockies, Boulder, CO, 2006

Bar/Professional Activity

  • Colorado, 2014
  • American Montessori Society (AMS)
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chapter of Colorado
  • Colorado Bar Association, Modern Law Practice Initiative
  • Colorado Bar Association, Solo and Small Firm Section
  • Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section
  • Women Owned Law Firm Association, 2021
  • Colorado Collaborative Divorce Professionals, 2021
  • Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee, 2021
  • Denver Bar Association, 2021
  • Association of Family and Conciliatory Courts (AFCC), 2021
  • Colorado Bar Association, 2021

Honors/Awards

  • Top 10 Family Law Attorney for Colorado, Top 10 Family Law Attorney, Attorney and Practice Magazine, 2020

Pro bono/Community Service

  • Volunteer for consultation/strategy sessions for pro bono clients through Metro Volunteer Lawyers, 2020

Special Licenses/Certifications

  • I am qualified to practice as a Parenting Coordinator and/or Decision-Maker in family law matters, in addition to being an attorney. While there is no additional certificate required to practice as a Parenting Coordinator and/or Decision-Maker, I make sure to keep all of my training in the relevant areas current as required by the laws in Colorado that define who may offer their services as Parenting Coordinator and/or Decision-Maker., 2021

Industry Groups

  • Family law does not directly serve any industries.
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Office Location for Allison Boschert

3700 Quebec St
Suite 100-303
Denver, CO 80207

Phone: 720-468-4860

Last Updated: 6/30/2022

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