Christopher J. Griffiths

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Top Rated Civil Litigation Attorney in Lone Tree, CO

Griffiths Law PC
 | 10375 Park Meadows Drive, Suite 520
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Phone: 303-720-7320
Fax: 303-858-8181
Selected To Rising Stars: 2017 - 2021
Licensed Since: 2013
Practice Areas:
  • Civil Litigation: Plaintiff (30%),
  • Construction Litigation: Consumer (30%),
  • Family Law (30%),
  • Insurance Coverage (10%)
    Attorney Profile

    Christopher J. Griffiths is a Shareholder at Griffiths Law PC and focuses his practice on complex civil litigation and family law matters. His civil litigation practice focuses on construction, insurance, real estate, commercial, and business disputes. His family law practice focuses on divorce and related domestic relations matters.

    A published author and frequent guest speaker, Mr. Griffiths is also a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Colorado Bar Association, and the Arapahoe County Bar Association. Through these groups, he is able to glean resources and network with other professionals in order to provide comprehensive services to his clients.

    This, combined with the personalized attention he gives to clients, has resulted in Mr. Griffiths recovering millions of dollars on behalf of those he represents. More importantly, he secures those outcomes in a manner that is respectful of a client’s time and objectives. By using clear communication and truly listening, Mr. Griffiths is able to establish solid relationships with those he serves.

    When he is not assisting clients, Mr. Griffiths enjoys spending time with his wife and venturing outside to hike, golf, cycle or snowboard.

    Practice Areas
    • 30%Civil Litigation: Plaintiff
    • 30%Construction Litigation: Consumer
    • 30%Family Law
    • 10%Insurance Coverage
    Focus Areas

    Construction Defects, Custody & Visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Marital Property, Insurance, Bad Faith Insurance


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    Rising Stars: 2017 - 2021

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    About Christopher Griffiths

    Admitted: 2013, Colorado

    Professional Webpage:


    • Texas Super Lawyer’s List – Rising Star, Texas Super Lawyers, 2018
    • 50 young and influential professionals are recognized for their hard work and achievements thus far in their careers., GenXYZ – Most Influential Young Professional Finalist, ColoradoBiz, 2020
    • I was awarded the People Choice "Barrister's Best" award for the "Best Civil Litigation" attorney in Colorado in 2019. , Barrister's Best "Civil Litigation" Attorney,, 2019
    • Colorado Super Lawyer’s List, Rising Star, Colorado Super Lawyers

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • Member of the Texas Bar Association, 2014
    • Member of the Colorado Bar Association, 2013
    • Member of the Arapahoe County Bar Association, 2013

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Presented at the 36th Annual National CLE & Ski Conference on the recent changes to the tax code and how those changes affect Colorado domestic relations law. , Presenter, 36th Annual National CLE Conference, Colorado Bar Association & Law Education Institute, All, 2019
    • On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the Act) was signed into law by President Trump. The Act represents one of the most significant overhauls to American tax law in more than 30 years; it significantly changes how individuals, businesses, tax-exempt organizations, and others are taxed. The Act affects every individual taxpayer, from wage earners to business owners, and all business entities. Although the Act provides benefits for some, it is widely believed that a number of changes will make divorce more difficult and expensive. 


      Chris Griffiths, Suzanne Griffiths and Boris Sobolev elaborate on this topic, expanding upon the impact the tax code changes have on divorce. 
      , Author, How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 Affects Divorce, Colorado Lawyer, Law & Accounting, 2018
    • Learn more about the new maintenance and other tax changes in an article written for Law Week Colorado. The new changes to maintenance are complicated and must be taken into consideration going into 2019.

      , Author, The Future Landscape of Maintenance in Divorces, Law Week Colorado, Accounting, Law, 2018
    • Learn more about how insurance policies for construction professionals work. Commercial general liability policies are complicated and cover (or don't cover) strange and peculiar things. Understanding how these policies work before you have a claim is a much better strategy than finding out something is not covered after the loss or mistake has been made.

      , Author, The Basics of Insurance Law for Construction Attorneys, Trial Talk, And Construction, Insurance, Law, 2017
    • Learn more about how to get social media evidence into evidence and keep others from introducing their evidence.

      , Author & Presenter, How to Get Your Social Media, Email and Text Evidence Admitted (and Keep Theirs Out), National Business Institute (NBI), Law, 2017
    • Learn more about how insurance policies work and the way in which insurance companies handle insurance claims for community associations. 

      , Speaker / Presenter, Navigating First Party Insurance Policies, Community Association Manager International Certification Board, Community Association Manager International Certification Board, 2016
    • Originally published in ColoradoBiz Magazine, March 8, 2011, “The Marital Stock Exchange – Who gets the restricted stock in a divorce?”, is an article about how Colorado domestic relations courts treat stock options and other compensation in a divorce.

      , Author, The Marital Stock Exchange: Who Gets the Restricted Stock in the Divorce?, ColoradoBiz Magazine & Blog, Law, 2016

    Educational Background:

    • University of Denver – Daniels College of Business, B.S., 2010
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    Office Location for Christopher J. Griffiths

    10375 Park Meadows Drive
    Suite 520
    Lone Tree, CO 80124

    Phone: 303-720-7320

    Fax: 303-858-8181

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