With a background of over 10 years in the mental health field and over 30 years of legal representation primarily in the family law field, Jordon Sanger now restricts his practice to Child and Family Investigator (CFI) appointments, Parenting Coordinator/Decision-Maker (PC/DM) appointments; Guardian ad Litem (GAL) appointments and Mediation Services. Mr. Sanger’s extensive background includes serving as Special Master, Expert Witness, Custody Evaluator, Child’s Legal Representative, Special Advocate and Guardian ad Litem appointments for both children and adults. Employing a sensitivity to children’s needs and dynamics and a neutral and unbiased orientation in dealing with parties in difficult circumstances, Mr. Sanger’s background in the mental health field and litigation brings a thoughtful and constructive approach to the endeavor of assisting the parties and the court.
As noted herein, Mr. Sanger retains the highest ratings in professional and client recognition. JORDON T. SANGER, M.A., J.D. 1191 South Parker Road Denver, Colorado 80231 (303) 721-1260 Fax (303) 752-1119
University of Denver College of Law, J.D. June 1986
Contributing Author, Amici Curiae Brief to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity - Vice Magister
Queens College, Oxford University, England
Summer Session, 1985
Oklahoma City University College of Law, 1982-1983
Invitation to Moot Court
Graduate: University of Northern Colorado, M.A. Psychology, 1977
Honor Roll; A.P.G.A.
Undergraduate: Oklahoma State University, B.S. Psychology, 1972
Jordon T. Sanger, L.L.C., 2/01 to present
Sanger and Svitavsky, L.L.C., 1/98 - 2/01
Jordon T. Sanger, 3/90 - 1/98
Private practice of law, emphasizing family law. Various court appointments associated with high conflict domestic relations cases. Appointments as Child and Family Investigator, Parenting Coordinator, Decision-Maker, Child’s Legal Representative, Special Advocate, Guardian ad Litem, Special Master and Arbitrator. Qualification as a Court appointed custody evaluator. Mediation services also provided.
Stark and Niermann, P.C., 158 Filmore, Denver, CO 80206; 4/89 - 3/90 As one of the premier domestic relations law firms in Denver, I was afforded an opportunity to litigate complex domestic cases often inclusive of significant financial assets. Hughs, Pelz, Leach, Clikemen and Marcucci,P.C. ,
4155 E. Jewell, Denver, CO; 11/86 - 5/88
Initially employed as an associate in the domestic relations division. Advanced to become director of the division, and later of counsel to the firm. High volume case load afforded an opportunity for significant exposure to the practice, as well as extensive litigation experience.
Frequent guest lecturer at University of Denver, Psy.D. program regarding issues pertaining to mental health and the dissolution process in Colorado. Various professional activities including faculty participation and instruction at the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies University of Denver College of Law, Guardian ad litem training program, faculty and moderator, Metropolitan Interdisciplinary Committee on Child Custody, Child Custody Conference, numerous seminars conferences, etc. AV and Client Champion Gold Martindale-Hubbell ratings.
Ten years prior to admission to law school was devoted to the mental health profession. Varied background includes inter alia:
D.T.C. Medical Center, Englewood, Colorado
Private Practice of Psychology: Practice included individual, couples, marital and group orientation.
Rainbow House Treatment Facility, New Port Richie, Florida.
Program coordinator and therapist: Supervision and training of all staff, community liaison, family and individual therapy.
University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado
Instructor and Counselor: Instruction, group facilities, consultation and treatment of students with emotional problems.
Human Development Center, New Port Richie, Florida
Adult Outpatient Therapist: Providing mental health services to the community, clients presenting a broad range of diagnosis, crisis intervention, evaluation for hospitalization.
Presbyterian Hospital, Chemical Dependency Unit,
Family Therapist: Treating families of patients suffering from chemical dependency, with patient involvement. Patient group therapy.
Putnam City School District, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Group Therapist: Treatment of high school students for chemical dependencies and preventative treatment.
Oklahoma Department of Social Services, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Social Service Worker: Own home and child protection services. Investigation and intervention pursuant to statutory and regulatory mandate.
(1) Interdisciplinary Conference on Child Custody; (2) American Association of Counseling and Development; (3) Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee; (4) Colorado Bar Association; (5) Arapahoe Bar Association
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