Category Archives: Andersen Law PC

Legal Video Conferencing Initiative Gets Grant For Expansion

The Virtual Pro Se Clinic (VPC) Program, launched in 2013, was awarded a $12,000 grant from Denver’s Lawrence N. Greenleaf Masonic Lodge to further expand the project that enables video conferencing between attorneys and clients. The VPC Program, which I am proud to be a part of, is an initiative of the 18th Judicial District’s Access to […]

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What Makes a Great Attorney?

Gavel and Law Book

Being a lawyer is not just a job to me — it’s my calling. I do not take the responsibility lightly. As a client, you are coming to me for help with personal and critical events like divorce, parenting time and estate planning. These go to the heart of life: your FAMILY, FINANCES, FUTURE. That’s […]

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New Family Law Practice Means More Options, Convenience for Clients

Beth Andersen

As you may know, I recently branched out into my own solo practice, Andersen Law PC. Although I am on my own now, with offices in Littleton, my clients are continuing to receive the strong support and guidance that I have always provided. At my new practice, I’m continuing to practice law I am passionate […]

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Retainers & Unbundled Legal Services

  You may have heard someone say, “my lawyer” or have used the term yourself.  More recently, people even say “lawyer up” when talking about hiring a lawyer for a case. Traditionally, this means an attorney hired with a retainer and engagement agreement to handle your case from start to finish.  When an attorney is retained, that […]

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