Jennifer S. Gormley

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Jennifer S. Gormley

Law Office of Jennifer S. Gormley, PC

6060 Greenwood Plaza Blvd.
Suite 300
Denver, CO 80111
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Jennifer S. Gormley, Esq., founder, is licensed to practice law in all of Colorado's district and appellate courts and in the United States District Courts. She specializes in elder law, estates and trusts, disability law, and probate, including probate and fiduciary litigation, protective proceedings, estate and trust administration, and estate and long term care planning. She is active with Colorado Bar Association, having chaired the Elder Law Section, and the Elder Law Section CLE and Publications Committee, served as Secretary and Treasurer of the Solo Small Firm Section and served on the Steering Committee of the Colorado Bar Association Leadership Training Program (COBALT). She has authored articles appearing in The Colorado Lawyer, frequently lectures at CLE programs and is a lecturer at Law at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law teaching Elder Law since 2005. She has chaired the Elder Law Institute which provides advanced training programs for attorneys and professionals. Ms. Gormley received her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law (1995) and a Master's degree from the University of Colorado (1994). Her Master's program focused on law and public policy with emphasis in aging. Ms. Gormley served as member of the Board of Directors of the Senior Resource Center 2003 - 2008.

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