At McDonough Law, it’s anything but business as usual.
We’re simplifying the way you work with your attorney, by being more accessible, efficient, and creative in everything we do. Our goal is to provide a client-centered, forward-thinking law firm experience.
The Client Is Our Priority
Colorado, Wyoming, Texas and New York
How We Help
200 Union Blvd, Suite 200
Lakewood, CO 80228
70 East Agate, Unit H
Granby, CO 80446
Grand Junction Office
2470 Patterson Rd Unit 5 Ste.11
Grand Junction, CO 81505
1635 Foxtrail Drive
Loveland, CO 80538
5830 E 2nd St
Casper, WY 82609
14380 FM2853 Suite A
Palacios, TX 77465
Crystal J. McDonough
Owner and Attorney
Licensed in Colorado and Wyoming
D. Scott Slawson
Licensed in Colorado, Wyoming and California
Jennifer Kim Chau
Licensed in Texas
Licensed in Colorado
Marc E. Summers
Licensed in Colorado
Dahlia Olsher Tannen
Licensed in Colorado and New York
Kelly O. Clark
Licensed in Colorado and Guam
Chief Administrative Officer
Lawrence W. Hay
From Our Clients
“We inherited a part of an estate. Crystal McDonough handled all the paperwork to get everything turned over to our name. She also help us with wills, power of attorney. Everything was done in a timely matter and I highly recommend her.“
“Beyond exceptional service and assistance from McDonough law! They went above and beyond to assist me through a legal issue, can not express in enough words all the outstanding and exceptional service they provided. I would recommend them to anyone needing legal assistance in a heartbeat. Thank you McDonough law for all you have done and bringing me peace and happiness I thought I would never see again.”
“Crystal and her team were very responsive to getting a lease contract prepared that met the criteria I needed. Crystal understands what makes sense and is practical for a ranch property lease. Simple and straightforward.”
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