Katie P. Ahles began her training in family law as a student law clerk at Woody Law Firm while attending
law school. Ms. Ahles went on to practice family law as an associate attorney at Griffiths Law, PC
and Hogan Omidi, PC. After six years, Ms. Ahles has brought her practice back to where she got her
start.

Ms. Ahles has been named a Colorado Super Lawyer Rising Star since 2020. Ms. Ahles is an experienced
litigator who excels in complex dissolutions of marriage involving business valuation, trust
interests, deferred compensation, as well as unique and high-value asset division. Ms. Ahles is also a
skilled counselor and courtroom advocate for her clients finding themselves in high-conflict
allocation of parental responsibilities matters such as those involving international custody
disputes, third-party/non- biological parent standing issues, intrastate jurisdictional disputes,
and mental health concerns.

Ms. Ahles’s forward-thinking approach to her cases promotes the interests of her clients by seeking
resolution through negotiation, mediation, and collaborative law, when possible. However, for
those cases that require litigation, Ms. Ahles is well-prepared to bring matters to trial. She is adept
at utilizing financial, mental health, and a variety of other experts in the courtroom. Her tactical
and nuanced grasp of Colorado family law makes Ms. Ahles a powerful legal representative for her
clients.

Ms. Ahles obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado Law School and holds a B.A. in
Psychology with a minor in Legal Studies from Texas Tech University. During her time at the
University of Colorado, Ms. Ahles received a Health Law Certificate for her time devoted to the
Colorado Health Equity Project, a non-profit organization.
Ms. Ahles grew up in small ski town Mammoth Lakes in California and enjoys skiing, attending
University of Colorado and Denver Broncos football games, and spending time with her
Goldendoodle, Max.

Professional Associations and Community Involvement:

Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section: Member, 2015 – Present

Colorado Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division: Member, 2015 – Present

Denver Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division: Member, 2015 – Present

Metro Volunteer Lawyers, Volunteer Attorney: 2015 – Present

Law School Yes We Can, Volunteer Mentor: 2019 – Present

Maria Droste Counseling Center, Young Professionals Board: 2018 – 2019

Awards and Distinctions:

Super Lawyers Rising Star since 2020

AVVO rated Superb

Seminars:

Presenter – Unbundling Updates: What You Need to Know About Limited Scope Representation, Colorado Bar Association – CLE, October 15, 2021

Presenter – Balancing Act: The Ethics of Zealous Advocacy. Family Law Institute, August 16, 2019

Presenter – Trial Preparation Tricks and Tips for Paralegals, Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association, March 12, 2019

Panelist – Post-Grad Job Search Tips for 3Ls from the Class of 2015, 2016

Publications/ Scholarly Writings:

Mastering the Junior Associate/ Senior Paralegal Relationship with Ed Schneider, National Paralegal Reporter, Spring 2018

Research Editor, University of Colorado Law Review, 2014 – 2015

Member, University of Colorado Law Review, 2013 – 2014

Danaé D. Woody, Principal Attorney

Jake M. Lustig, Partner

James H. Delman, Of Counsel

Nikole T. Kastein, Paralegal