Abigail Asadi grew up in Northern Colorado and graduated with university honors from Colorado State University in her hometown of Fort Collins. During her time at CSU, she was selected to join the Center for Public Deliberation where she was trained as a facilitator in order to help guide cross-sections of the community who had come together to discuss various community-related issues and elevate the conversation for a more meaningful and impactful experience for all.
Abigail graduated from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2022 and achieved Scholastic Excellence awards in three different courses. Prior to graduating law school, Abigail honed her legal skills working as a law clerk at a family law firm in Denver, as well as a personal injury and civil rights law firm. Abigail also did pro bono work for the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center, where she helped draft an amicus curiae brief to the Supreme Court of Colorado, addressing the importance of victims’ rights in the courtroom. Abigail’s diverse experience helped contribute to her mission as an attorney, which is to provide fierce advocacy, wise counsel, and compassionate understanding to every client, knowing that domestic relations matters can be some of the most difficult, trying, and emotionally draining experiences of a person’s life.
Abigail believes in utilizing active listening so that she may be a strong voice for those who need it, seeking peaceful resolutions when possible and providing aggressive strategy when necessary, all while embracing a client-centered approach to each and every case.
Abigail lives in Aurora with her 140-pound Newfoundland, Bilbo. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, drawing, hanging out with her baby nieces, sampling different breweries, and consuming her favorite true-crime podcasts.
- Colorado State University, B.A. 2019
- University of Denver Sturm College of Law, J.D. 2022