Attorney William “Will” Smith has extensive experience in family law matters as well as criminal matters. Will has a passion for helping his clients navigate the judicial system. He strives to get the best possible outcome for his clients whether that be through settlement or at trial. He works hard to help his clients understand their rights and options so that they can make informed decisions about their case.
After attending Stetson University College of Law and Graduate School of Business, Will was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 2008. Willbegan his career as a Deputy District Attorney for the Fourth Judicial District encompassing El Paso and Teller Counties. While with the District Attorney’s Office, he served in a supervisory capacity, handling sensitive matters including careless driving resulting in death and sexual offenses. In 2010, after leaving the District Attorney’s Office, Will shifted his focus to include family law. Will is passionate about family law and significant impacts it can have on his client’s and their family’s well-being.
In addition to being dedicated to his clients, Will is dedicated to the legal community at large. Over the years Will has written and presented on various family law issues, including nuptial agreements and child support issues and has regularly volunteered on at pro bono clinics. Will has presented to insurance groups concerning the intersection of civil liability and Title 42 and Title 18 employee offenses (traffic and criminal offenses). Will has been a guest on KBPI relating to domestic relations issues and has consistently been designated as a Colorado Rising Star by Colorado SuperLawyer® from 2016 – 2022. As a Rising Star, Will has been acknowledged by his peers for his exceptional professional achievements.
Outside of Law, Will enjoys hiking with his family and mountain biking.
Florida State University, B.S. 2004
Stetson University College of Law, JD/MBA 2008