I think when there is a lack of understanding or communication about what to expect, it can create a ripe environment for anxiety to build which only makes the entire process more difficult for the client. My goal is to quell that anxiety as much as possible.
Education & Bar Admissions
- Juris Doctor, Seattle University, 2019
- Bachelor of Arts, Human Development, Metropolitan State University of Denver, 2014
- Bar Admissions: Colorado Bar, 2020
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Women’s Bar Association
As a member of Robinson & Henry’s Estate Planning and Elder Law Team, attorney Brittney Townsley has the meaningful task of advising client’s about important personal and family decisions.
It is Brittney’s desire to enrich others’ lives that ultimately led to her pursue a career in law. She majored in human development as an undergraduate student, and, like many attorneys, she made a valuable stopover before law school. Brittney was an educator for several years before deciding to help families manage interpersonal relationships in a more concrete way.
During her legal studies, Brittney worked with a small firm on cases in the Seattle region. She also garnered experience in family law matters, such as guardianships, domestic violence, and the juvenile court system.
Today, Brittney helps individuals and families navigate the sensitive and sometimes painful issues associated with estate planning, probate court, and elder law matters. She knows a lack of understanding creates uncertainty and anxiety. Therefore, Brittney strives to reduce her clients’ fears by educating them about their unique circumstances and keeping them informed throughout their case.
When Brittney is away from the office, her attention turns to her beloved animals, fondness for traveling, and pursuit of Denver’s best dirty chai lattes.