Family for Good
Putting ‘Family’ in Family Law
W hen you start a business, one piece of advice you’ll hear a lot is, “Don’t go into business with your family.” Thankfully, this is advice my husband and I never followed. After leaving a midsized firm in 2015, I went on to start Johnson Law Group, and Myles joined me a month later.
We pride ourselves on providing practical and well-reasoned advice designed not only to protect what is most important to our clients but also to minimize conflict where possible. When formal litigation is necessary, we provide aggressive, high- caliber advocacy. While every case is different and no outcome is ever guaranteed, we work tirelessly to provide high-quality representation to effectively and efficiently move our clients to the next chapter of their lives.
Myles and I have different and complementary personalities, or, as Myles puts it, we’re the yin and yang to each other. This makes us a great match as business partners. (Plus, it helps
The cases we handle at Johnson Law Group are uniquely delicate, and we are honored
that we love each other a whole lot!)
to be entrusted with our clients’ most important
Before law school, Myles was involved in prison ministry through his church. His goal was to help provide spiritual and emotional support to people in the criminal justice
needs. Whether it’s a difficult divorce or custody battle, a heated protection order or a contested guardianship, one thing is clear: Our clients come to us in the middle of very challenging times in their lives. Myles
system. So originally, when Myles went to law school, he wanted to be
a criminal defense attorney. That changed when Myles clerked at a family law firm and practiced family law in a legal clinic as a student attorney. This made Myles realize that family lawwas his passion. As a child who lived through divorce, Myles has a unique perspective on how it can impact a family. I went to law school because I wanted to help people. I’d always enjoyed speech and debate, as well as writing, and being a lawyer meant rolling all my skills into one. Myles and I met at Colorado Law, and he introduced me to the importance of family law. At first, I wasn’t sold, but after helping Myles with a few cases, I learned how fulfilling and healing the work is.
and I, as well as our entire team, empathize with the struggles of our clients and understand how these cases can impact every facet of their lives. Being a family law firm means helping people with real problems, and we are proud to give our clients the tools they need to work through their hardships in a strategic and reasonable manner. When someone takes the courageous first step of contacting us, they may feel like nothing will ever change. Once we join forces, we help create a strategic plan that will not only address what needs to change now but will also bring them closer to a brighter future.
“The cases we handle at Johnson Law Group are uniquely delicate.”
—Genet & Myles Johnson
At Johnson Law Group, we specialize in family law cases and, in so doing, take a client-first approach.
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