Brenda L. Storey

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Brenda L. Storey is one of the most prominent and well-respected family law practitioners in the state. She is recognized among the best custody and divorce lawyers in Colorado. Ms. Storey has been selected to The Best Lawyers in America, chosen as a Colorado Super Lawyer by Law & Politics and 5280 Magazine, and named a Top Lawyer by Denver Magazine. She is well respected by judges, attorneys and forensic experts. However, her greatest accolades, and primary source of referrals, are from her clients.

Ms. Storey has been specializing in family law for over 20 years, and she knows this area of law from the inside out. She works directly with the sponsors, drafters, and lobbyists of family law-specific proposed legislation. She chaired the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, working closely with practitioners, judicial offers, and experts to improve the domestic relations practice and its impact on the families it is meant to protect and serve. Ms. Storey runs the Family Law Basic Skills seminar annually, teaching her colleagues new to this practice of law the substantive fundamentals. She has co-authored treatises and articles focused on family law practice, and she lectures regularly on numerous domestic relations specialized topics.

of the Colorado Bar Foundation. She was named the Outstanding Woman Law Graduate of Nova Southeastern University 1994, and has been the recipient of the Broward County Women Lawyers' Association Debra Levy Neimark Public Interest Law Scholarship, Arlene and Mark Rohr Public Interest Fellowship, and Colorado State Senate Tribute. Brenda L. Storey, Esq. is a partner in McGuane and Hogan, LLP, a firm specializing in domestic relations law. Ms. Storey is a graduate from Colorado State University, and graduated summa cum laude from Nova Southeastern University, 1994. Ms. Storey has written numerous article on family law, including one selected as one of ""The Best Articles Published by the ABA"" by GP Solo (March 2004). She, together with other partners in her firm, co-authors ""Colorado Family Law and Practice,"" West Publishing Company, and ""Dissolution of Marriage, Legal Separation, Declaration of Invalidity and Child Custody,"" Krendl's Colorado Methods of Practice, West Publishing Company. She also authors the ""Dissolution of Marriage"" Chapter, The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., First Edition, 2007. Ms. Storey has been elected to the executive council of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association for years now, and is currently the Treasurer. She also is a Fellow of the Colorado Bar Foundation, and on the Board of Directors for Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc. She was named the Outstanding Woman Law Graduate of Nova Southeastern University 1994, and has been the recipient of the Broward County Women Lawyers' Association Debra Levy Neimark Public Interest Law Scholarship, Arlene and Mark Rohr Public Interest Fellowship, and Colorado State Senate Tribute. Member: Denver Bar Association; Douglas/Elbert Bar Association Fellow: of the Colorado Bar Foundation. She was named the Outstanding Woman Law Graduate of Nova Southeastern University 1994, and has been the recipient of the Broward County Women Lawyers' Association Debra Levy Neimark Public Interest Law Scholarship, Arlene and Mark Rohr Public Interest Fellowship, and Colorado State Senate Tribute. Brenda L. Storey, Esq. is a partner in McGuane and Hogan, LLP, a firm specializing in domestic relations law. Ms. Storey is a graduate from Colorado State University, and graduated summa cum laude from Nova Southeastern University, 1994. Ms. Storey has written numerous article on family law, including one selected as one of ""The Best Articles Published by the ABA"" by GP Solo (March 2004). She, together with other partners in her firm, co-authors ""Colorado Family Law and Practice,"" West Publishing Company, and ""Dissolution of Marriage, Legal Separation, Declaration of Invalidity and Child Custody,"" Krendl's Colorado Methods of Practice, West Publishing Company. She also authors the ""Dissolution of Marriage"" Chapter, The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., First Edition, 2007. Ms. Storey has been elected to the executive council of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association for years now, and is currently the Treasurer. She also is a Fellow of the Colorado Bar Foundation, and on the Board of Directors for Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc. She was named the Outstanding Woman Law Graduate of Nova Southeastern University 1994, and has been the recipient of the Broward County Women Lawyers' Association Debra Levy Neimark Public Interest Law Scholarship, Arlene and Mark Rohr Public Interest Fellowship, and Colorado State Senate Tribute. Member: Denver Bar Association; Douglas/Elbert Bar Association Fellow: of the Colorado Bar Foundation. She was named the Outstanding Woman Law Graduate of Nova Southeastern University 1994, and has been the recipient of the Broward County Women Lawyers' Association Debra Levy Neimark Public Interest Law Scholarship, Arlene and Mark Rohr Public Interest Fellowship, and Colorado State Senate Tribute. Brenda L. Storey, Esq. is a partner in McGuane and Hogan, LLP, a firm specializing in domestic relations law. Ms. Storey is a graduate from Colorado State University, and graduated summa cum laude from Nova Southeastern University, 1994. Ms. Storey has written numerous article on family law, including one selected as one of The Best Articles Published by the ABA by GP Solo (March 2004). She, together with other partners in her firm, co-authors Colorado Family Law and Practice, West Publishing Company, and Dissolution of Marriage, Legal Separation, Declaration of Invalidity and Child Custody, Krendl's Colorado Methods of Practice, West Publishing Company. She also authors the Dissolution of Marriage Chapter, The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., First Edition, 2007. Ms. Storey has been elected to the executive council of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association for years now, and is currently the Treasurer. She also is a Fellow of the Colorado Bar Foundation, and on the Board of Directors for Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc. She was named the Outstanding Woman Law Graduate of Nova Southeastern University 1994, and has been the recipient of the Broward County Women Lawyers' Association Debra Levy Neimark Public Interest Law Scholarship, Arlene and Mark Rohr Public Interest Fellowship, and Colorado State Senate Tribute. Member: Denver Bar Association; Douglas/Elbert Bar Association; Family Law Section Fellow: Colorado Bar Foundation.

Areas of Practice (8)

  • Dissolutions of Marriage or of Civil Union
  • Annulments/Declarations of Invalidity
  • Legal Separation
  • Common Law Marriage Claims/Defenses
  • Adjudication of Parental Rights (Child Custody Resolution)
  • Paternity
  • Post-Decree Modification
  • Enforcement

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
720-773-9279  Phone
(720) 583-2325  Phone
www.storeylawoffices.com/attorney-bios/brenda-l-storey-esq
University Attended:
Colorado State University, B.S., 1991
Law School Attended:
Nova Southeastern Law University, J.D., summa cum laude, 1994
Year of First Admission:
1994
Admission:
1994, Florida; 1995, Colorado
Memberships:
Colorado Bar Association, Member, Family Law Section; American Bar Association, Member; Denver Bar Association, Member; Douglas – Elbert County Bar Association, Member; Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee, Member
ISLN:
909612199

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