Laura L. Page
Laura L. Page was born in Alice Springs, Australia, the younger of two children. Ms. Page received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Colorado State University. Since graduating from the University of Denver, College of Law and becoming licensed to practice law in 1999, Ms. Page has focused almost exclusively on family law and domestic relations.
Ms. Page enjoys the daily challenges and rewards associated with practicing domestic relations law. She is also a trained mediator, who values the unique opportunity to assist her clients in resolving disputes prior to litigation. Ms. Page has extensive courtroom and trial experience, beginning as an intern with the investigative, appellate, and county court divisions of a local District Attorney’s office and continuing as a family law practitioner. Ms. Page’s clients often see Ms. Page as a caring and compassionate advocate, who fights tirelessly for her clients’ rights.
Ms. Page is an elected member of the Executive Council of the Family Law Section of Colorado Bar Association and is currently the chair of the Family Law Section. She is also an active member of the Colorado Bar Association and Douglas-Elbert Bar Association. She was the Chair of the 2016 annual Family Law Institute. She was also the Co-Chair of the 2011 annual Family Law Institute and the Kick-Off to the Institute Fundraiser, featuring actor, Alec Baldwin as the headliner. Since 2009, Ms. Page has been part of the team who revises the Domestic Relations Law & Orders Bench Book. Ms. Page has been active in the Douglas-Elbert Bar Association through her volunteer work with the Douglas-Elbert County High School Mock Trial Competition and participation in the Douglas County Best Practices Group. Ms. Page is also a Commissioner with the Judicial Performance Commission for the 18th Judicial District, which covers Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties.
She is also very proud of the Pro Bono Mediation Clinic she started and runs in Douglas County to assist with low income litigants ordered to mediation to resolve contempt related issues.
In 2013, 2012 and 2010, Ms. Page was named a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers and was named as a "Super Lawyer" in 2014, 2015 and 2016.