“As a product of a divorced household, I have more than professional experience with divorce. I have personal experience. I know first-hand how divorce affects children and extended family. I went into this field so that I can help people through this difficult process.”
Education & Bar Admissions
- Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy (cum laude) – Kansas State University, 2007
- Juris Doctor, Law (Magna cum laude) – Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 2011
- Master of Laws, Taxation – Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 2012
- Bar admissions: Colorado, 2013
- On the Rise – Top 40 Young Lawyers Award Nominee, American Bar Association, 2017
- 10 Best – Client Satisfaction, American Institute of Family Law Attorneys, 2016 and 2017
- Avvo Client’s Choice Award, 2017
- Denver Business Journal’s Top 50 Largest Law Firms, 2016 Edition
- A+ Rated by the BBB, Robinson & Henry, P.C.
Publications & Speaking Events
- Article, “Unique Challenges of Advising Older Clients in Divorce Cases,” Denver Bar Association Docket Magazine, April/May 2017 Issue
- Article, “Modifying Child Support,” CastleRockCO.com
- Castle Rock Rotary Club, “Family Law Process and Procedures”
- American Bar Association
- American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
- American Bar Association, Family Law Section
- Colorado Bar Association Modern Law Practice Initiative Committee Member
- Douglas/Elbert County Bar Association
- Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce
- Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce
- Colorado Bar Association
A native of Wichita, Kansas, Joe earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree, cum laude, from Kansas State University with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Spanish. His time as a member of the debate team sparked an interest in law and public policy, which led Joe to attend Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan.
While attending law school, Joe worked as a law clerk for solo-practitioners in Michigan on both civil and criminal cases in trial and appellate courts. This breadth of experience prepared him to start his own firm when he moved to Colorado, where he worked on a variety of issues for clients up and down the Front Range before joining Robinson & Henry, P.C.
Joe is firmly committed to providing direct and practical legal services that are responsive to his clients’ needs and objectives and which adhere to the highest ethical commands of the profession. He understands that every case presents a different set of circumstances and poses its own challenges and thus, he approaches each case as a unique opportunity to help clients through one of the most difficult times of their lives.
Since 2003, Joe has volunteered his time coaching little league baseball in the summers as well as coaching and judging middle school, high school, and college debate during the school year. He is proud to be a Life Member of the Kansas State University Alumni Association, and his family is equally proud to call Castle Rock, Colorado, their new home.