BAM Announces Shifting Leadership Roles

BAM Announces Shifting Leadership Roles

BAM announces shifting leadership roles which include shareholders Heather Broxterman and Kyle McFarlane who have been named co-managing partners of the Denver family law firm.  The duo also assumes the roles of Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer, respectively.

 

Heather Broxterman, Kyle McFarlane named as co-managing partners

BAM Announces Shifting Leadership Roles BAM Announces Shifting Leadership Roles

(Denver, Colo., September 5, 2018) – Broxterman Alicks McFarlane PC (BAM Family Law) announced today that shareholders Heather Broxterman and Kyle McFarlane have been named co-managing partners of the Denver family law firm.  The duo also assumes the roles of Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer, respectively.

 

Former managing partner Margot Alicks explained that BAM periodically shakes up the leadership roles as part of its overall approach to management of the firm with a Millennial mindset.

BAM Announces Shifting Leadership Roles

“We have a unique culture at BAM where the firm’s partners have equal management roles, even to the extent that we bill at the same rates,” said Alicks. “This is unusual for a law firm, but as Millennials, it reflects our values of sharing, transparency, and innovation.”

Alicks assumes the role of Chief Marketing Officer and Director of Talent and Culture for BAM.  The three attorneys founded Broxterman Alicks McFarlane in 2015. 

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At BAM, we offer energy, compassion, and innovation in pursuit of the best possible outcomes for our clients, who are often faced with complex and emotional family situations. Our legal expertise is bolstered by our ability to assist clients at a time of often severe upheaval in their personal lives.

 

We offer this assistance through the expertise of our experienced and award-winning attorneys. Our attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of domestic relations litigation and mediation, including complex financial issues involving trusts and business interests, jurisdictional issues involving interstate and international parenting disputes, marital property division, spousal maintenance and child support, developmentally appropriate parenting arrangements, high stakes domestic abuse issues, and determination of the application of pre-nuptial and post-marital agreements. For more information about our methodology, please go to Our Process. Please also review Our Blog for more information.

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