Featured Atttorney Kimberly Franks

PRIDE Month: Featured Attorney, Kimberly FranksA very important part of LegalEASE are our In Network attorneys. Our company highlights attorneys who have made significant contributions in their areas of law and maintain impeccable standards of excellence for their clients and communities. We would like to introduce you to Attorney Kimberly Franks

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Ms. Franks graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana and she earned her Juris Doctorate from Valparaiso University School of Law in 2002. She has been a member of the Indiana State Bar and Indiana Federal Courts since 2002 and she has been a member of the Colorado State Bar since 2004 and the Colorado Federal Courts since 2006. 
Ms. Franks currently practices in Family Law, Estate Planning, Probate and Elder Law in the state of Colorado. In the state of Indiana, Ms. Franks has experience in Family Law, Criminal Law, Personal Injury-Defense, Business Law, Real Estate Law and Civil Rights Law.  Ms. Franks began law school to become a lawyer to help people. She wanted to earn a living by helping people and also bettering their lives. 
Ms. Franks has found that the justice system is not perfect and that those with more money seem to prevail or beat down the little guy. Ms. Franks tries to assist this void by helping clients fight against injustice or bullying. She is empathetic but she will tell you what you are facing without the sugar coating. 
She encourages clients to do what is right, provides all of the options with pros and cons and also respects that the client has the final decision regarding the course of their case.  
Like other clients that have worked with Ms. Franks, you may find comfort in working with a legal professional who "knows where you are coming from" and someone that is interested in helping you solve the legal issues that you are facing. You can trust that Ms. Franks will advise you of your rights, work with you to identify important issues, and assertively represent your best interests.