Savannah L. Leeah
Savannah is a caring and driven family law attorney who prioritizes client connection, strong advocacy, and practical solutions.
Savannah grew up in northern Virginia with her brother and their mother. Being raised by a single mother, Savannah witnessed firsthand how domestic relations matters can affect an entire family and the strength it takes for parents to support their children through complicated custody disputes. Savannah graduated from Virginia Tech in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in technical writing. In college, Savannah worked at a domestic violence shelter and helped domestic violence victims obtain protection orders. In this role, Savannah learned how to be a confident and empathetic advocate.
In 2019 Savannah moved to Colorado to attend law school. In law school, she furthered her goal of becoming a family law attorney by taking family law classes, clinics, and a one-year clerkship with a family law firm. Savannah was also the recipient of two merit-based scholarships. With this background, Savannah has a strong foundation of knowledge on the ins and outs of all types of domestic relations matters on which she continues to build.
As an attorney, Savannah views her relationship with her clients as collaborative in nature, understanding that while the attorney is the expert on the law, each client is the expert on their own life. With this background, Savannah understands how stressful and confusing domestic relations matters can be and believes her role as an attorney is not only to be a trusted advocate but also to serve as a buffer between the court case and the client. For these reasons, Savannah prides herself on being available and responsive to her clients when they need to connect.
In her free time, Savannah enjoys hiking with her dogs, reading, and traveling.