The Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee is a non-profit organization comprised of attorneys, mental health professionals, mediators and community service organizations focused on family law issues.
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Emily Warren received her law degree from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley. She worked as a prosecutor in the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office for 19 years, and left that office as a Chief Deputy District Attorney. She transitioned to family law when she joined Gutterman Griffiths in early 2015.
Emily recognizes that while adversarial litigation is wholly appropriate in the criminal justice system where the ongoing, future relationship between defendant and victim is generally not a consideration, the same cannot be said for family law cases. This is especially the case when children are involved or when the parties worked together to form and develop a successful family business.
As a result, Emily is a resolution oriented divorce attorney, and has been trained in the collaborative divorce process. Because of her work at the DA’s office where, among other things, she spent years prosecuting defendants who committed sexual or serious physical abuse against children, she has years of experience working with people when they were under emotional stress. She has also worked closely with mental health professionals and believes in a mulit-disciplinary approach to children and families where it can be beneficial.
Although Emily believes that most family law cases are appropriate to resolve amicably, she recognizes that sometimes cases cannot be settled. In that instance, she is an excellent trial attorney with more courtroom experience than most family law attorneys and puts all of her courtroom skills to use for the benefit of her clients.