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Ms. Julianne M. Smith


Ms. Smith was born in Wheat Ridge, Colorado before her family relocated to Penrose, Colorado when she was eight years old. During her entire adult life, Ms. Smith has dedicated herself to serving southern Colorado. This commitment to service has continued into her work as a paralegal. Along with providing support from a legal perspective, Ms. Smith ensures the client is comfortable, heard, and taken care of throughout the entire process. 


Ms. Smith has over twelve years of experience working as a paralegal. However, Ms. Smith is so much more than a paralegal. Ms. Smith goes above and beyond to ensure the client has someone to reach out to during his or her entire case. Her years of experience along with her continuing passion for assisting her clients make Ms. Smith an invaluable asset for any client. 


  • 2008 - Completion of The Art of Parenting Course with Parkview Medical Center's Division of Behavioral Medicine

  • 2008-2009 - Volunteer of the Year - Fremont School District RE-2, Penrose School

  • 2010-2011 - Employee of the Year - Fremont School District RE-2

  • 2019 - Legal Assistant of the Year - Pueblo County Bar Association



  • Genuinely  Cares for Those She Serves. With Her, You are More than a Number, You are Her Purpose

  • Communication Skills that Exceed Expectations

  • Motivated by Your Purpose

  • Listens and Takes Action When you, the Client, Voices Concern

  • Goes Above and Beyond to Be Available on Nights and Weekends to Answer Client Questions 

  • Knowledgeable in All Aspects of Your Case. She Ensures You do not Have Just an Attorney but a Whole Legal Team Behind You.  


(719) 784-6646

Mr. Brock A. Miller


Mr. Miller was born and raised in Swink, Colorado. After graduating from law school and living for a short time in Grand Junction, Colorado where Mr. Miller worked for Colorado Legal Services serving indigent and disabled populations. While working for Colorado Legal Services, Mr. Miller loved serving those in our society who have been looked over and looked down upon. Mr.Miller then moved back to be near his home to serve the region he grew up in. Providing Colorado rural communities with quality legal services is not just a job for Mr. Miller but his purpose.


  • Associate's Degree in Science, Otero Junior College, May 2011

  • Bachelor of Arts - Criminal Justice, UCCS, May 2013

  • Juris Doctorate, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, May 2016


  • Colorado State Bar, October 2016

  • United States District Court: District of Colorado, October 2016


Mr. Miller worked for Colorado Legal Services for the first year-and-a-half of his legal career. During this time, Mr. Miller represented indigent, elderly, and disabled populations, focusing on family law and landlord/tenant issues. After his time at Colorado Legal Services, Mr. Miller moved to Pueblo, Colorado and worked at the Hassler Law Firm, LLC  focusing on family law issues. 


  • Listens to and Advocates for the Client's Wants and Needs

  • Not Afraid to Litigate Your Case if Settlement is Not an Option

  • Ensures the Client and the Team is Ready When We Step into the Courtroom

  • Not Interested in the Expensive Suit, but Instead the Client

  • Welcoming to All Ages, Races, Religions, Socioeconomic Classes, Sexual Orientations, and Sexes. 


(719) 784-6646

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