Susan K. Bryant

Colorado Family Law
Georgetown University Law Center
Washington, DC
Degree: J.D., 1985
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX
Degree: M.A., Counseling Psychology 1981
Duke University, Durham, NC
Degree: A.B. Religion and Sociology, 1979
Attorney in Private Practice since 1996 Susan K. Bryant, LLC, Longmont, CO

Specializing in family law and elder law. Formerly certified as Child’s Representative in Boulder County. Former President of the Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee on Child Custody. Member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Boulder Family Law Section, and the Colorado Elder Law Section.

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs (1987-1993)
Southern Methodist University School of Law, Dallas, TX

Directly responsible for admissions and financial aid and supervised four full-time employees including Directors of Career Services and Academic Support. Reported to the Dean and three faculty committees. Appointed to the Board of Trustees, Law School Admission Council (1993).

Staff Attorney (1985 – 1987)
Pikes Peak Legal Services, Colorado Springs, CO

General Civil litigation practice in federally funded office assisting low-income persons. Regional Heber Smith Fellow.

Faculty Member (1980 – 1982) St. Mark’s School of Texas, Dallas, TX

Developed and implemented counseling program at academically exclusive boys’ preparatory school. Sole counselor for 750 boys, grades 1-12.



The Law Firm of Susan K Bryant, located in Longmont, specializes in family and elder law. Our goal is to provide professional, effective, and compassionate representation to a limited number of clients, ensuring that each receives the attention and care needed at a difficult time in life. We also recognize the importance of balancing diligent representation with reasonable fees.

The practice of family law encompasses divorce, paternity, allocation of parental rights (formerly known as “custody” and “visitation”), maintenance and child support, property and debt allocation, and adoption. We represent clients in Boulder, Larimer, and Weld Counties. Clients are active participants in crafting workable solutions for their families or partners, and a negotiated settlement is always attempted. However, if a court appearance is necessary, we ensure that the client is well prepared to enter into this often imposing forum.

Our practice of elder law assists in preparing for end-of-life decisions and care either for oneself or for aging loved ones. The firm also does small estate planning. We keep abreast of the changing regulations regarding government benefits for elderly and disabled persons.

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