Amy GoschaThe Family Lawyer

My Story

I am a Colorado native passionate about long distance running, working hard and helping families through difficult times.

I attended St. Mary’s Academy, a small all-girls high school in Denver, where I graduated at the top of my class and played field hockey and soccer. I attended Creighton University for college and received my undergraduate degree in psychology.

My passion for the law came from my work with juveniles in drug court in 1999-2000. I routinely visited youth on probation and reported to judges on their progress.  Through this experience, I recognized that I had a desire to help individuals going through difficult times such as divorce or dealing with the death of a loved one. I proceeded to law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law to pursue this passion.

Today, I help families through compassion, empathy, and providing solutions to their difficult problems.  I work diligently to help my clients without the need for aggressive and expensive litigation.  I will proceed to court if that is the best option for my client.

I come from a family of entrepreneurs and my parents raised me to believe if I work hard enough, I can achieve any goal I set. This mentality has lead me through my law practice as well as my personal life.

I relocated to the Vail Valley in Spring, 2015 from Denver. I live in Edwards, Colorado with my husband, Terry. I strive to provide innovative solutions for clients in the Colorado mountains and to have some fun along the way.  If I am not working, I am out running the trails, participating in snowshoe races and half marathon races, or spending time with my family.

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