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BAM PC Partner Margot Alicks has been named Barrister’s Best “People’s Choice” 2018 by Law Week Colorado in the category of Best Family Law Lawyer. For the Barrister’s Best issue, the staff and readers of Colorado’s top legal publication chose winners in over 100 different categories...

BAM PC is proud to announce that Madeleine R. Sheahan has joined the firm as a law clerk effective August 23, 2018.   Madeleine earned her B.A. in Spanish Languages and Literatures from CSU, graduating Cum Laude, while also earning her B.S. in Business Administration, also Cum...

BAM Announces Shifting Leadership Roles Heather Broxterman, Kyle McFarlane named as co-managing partners (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....

One of five area law firms recognized for efforts to benefit Metro Caring   (Denver, Colo., August 22, 2018) - BAM Family Law was recognized at a reception August 22 hosted by the Denver Bar Association Young Lawyers Division.   The firm was a recipient of the Soup Can...

Going through a divorce can be debilitating for everyone involved. Your finances undergo a complete overhaul, your assets are divided, and your family’s home life endures many tests and changes (especially if you have children). Life after divorce for men and women is complicated, and there...

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is...

BAM partner Kyle McFarlane was quoted extensively in an article in InsuranceNewsNet (www.insurancenewsnet.com), a national publication that provides news, insights, and education to financial and insurance professionals. The article, “January Splits Leave Divorced Couples in Need of Financial Planning,” looks at the phenomenon of many couples...

To retain or not to retain? The pros and cons of representing yourself in a divorce, child custody matter, or other domestic relations cases. This is a common question that we hear from potential clients. Unfortunately, there is not a one size fits all answer. Rather, it generally depends on...