Kady L. Tran is the newest associate attorney at Woody Law Firm. She represents clients in divorce litigation, child custody disputes, and modifications of child support and parental responsibilities. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Tran worked for several years as a family law paralegal. Her experience and dedication to family law allows her to help individuals navigate divorce and custody issues with diligence and compassion.

Ms. Tran is from Houston, Texas and studied social work before becoming a lawyer. She was inspired to pursue a legal career after working closely with at-risk youth and victims of abuse. In law school, Ms. Tran was a judicial intern for the Honorable A. Bruce Jones in the 2nd Judicial District of Colorado, externed with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, and assisted with high-conflict divorce and custody cases as a law clerk with Woody Law Firm. As a student attorney with the Juvenile and Family Law Clinic at the University of Colorado School of Law, Ms. Tran served as a guardian ad litem and represented individuals with probate, juvenile, and family law matters.

Ms. Tran is an active member of the Colorado community and has volunteered with Boys & Girls Club, Gateway Domestic Violence Services, SafeHouse Denver, Central Visitation Program, Denver Kids, the Douglas Elbert County Bar Association, and the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project. Her unique background and passion for helping families and children make her adept at recognizing nuanced issues that commonly arise in family law cases, including parental alienation, emotional abuse, and cultural issues.

In her free time, Ms. Tran enjoys cooking, kickboxing, painting, and promoting diversity and inclusiveness within the Colorado legal community.

Associations:

Colorado Bar Association

Asian Pacific American Bar Association

Education:

Juris Doctorate – University of Colorado School of Law

Bachelor of Arts, Social Work – Metropolitan State University of Denver

Languages:

English

Vietnamese

Seminars:

Panelist – “DEI TED Talk: The Asian Pacific American Attorney Experience in 2020,” sponsored by CBA YLD, APABA of Colorado, CWBA, and SABA of Colorado, October 14, 2020.

Danaé D. Woody, Principal Attorney

Jake M. Lustig, Partner

Anthony J. Zarsky, Associate Attorney

Morgan E. Paterson, Associate Attorney

Nikole T. Kastein, Paralegal