Addison attended the International School of Kirkland Washington as a teenager. He then attended Brigham Young University where he majored in humanities and minored in history. After that, while attending law school at the University New Mexico School of Law, he worked in family law for over a year and became a trained mediator. He later took the Colorado Bar Exam and was sworn in to the Colorado Bar in June of 2019. Addison has a confident presence in the courtroom and enjoys the research and writing process of appeals.
Addison’s passion for family law stems from his fatherhood and divorce. He and his former spouse co-parent their 4-year-old son extremely well and are proof that kids should always come first. Addison believes in the importance of co-parenting and remains a strong advocate for a kid-first approach when it comes to litigation. Addison’s personal knowledge of the divorce process has instilled in him a deep compassion and desire to aid individuals in what may be the most trying season of their lives.
Areas of Practice
- Family law
- Alimony and spousal support
- Child support
- Children’s rights
- Custody and visitation
- Domestic violence
- Juvenile law
- Prenuptial agreements
- J.D., University of New Mexico School of Law
- B.A., Brigham Young University
- Honors: Honor Roll, Dean’s List