Eric D. Wollard
Eric Wollard practices in the areas of family law (divorce, custody, support), consumer bankruptcy, personal injury, estate planning, business law, complex civil litigation and appeals.
Mr. Wollard has twenty years of litigation experience and, with the assistance of the latest technology and a bright and motivated staff, vigorously protects the legal rights of individuals throughout the Front Range of Colorado. Mr. Wollard has successfully litigated cases in many of the state and federal courts located in Colorado.
Mr. Wollard is a Colorado native and is active in his community, donating his time to community revitalization and education projects and volunteering with the Metro Volunteer Lawyers program.
Mr. Wollard is an advocate of responsible horse ownership rights and access to trails and open space for horses as well as the preservation of pristine and natural spaces throughout the great State of Colorado.
Mr. Wollard firmly believes breed specific dog bans should be eliminated in Colorado and nationwide and is the proud owner of an American Pitbull Terrier – “Andy”.
University of Colorado School of Law
Juris Doctor, 1998
University of Oregon
B.A., Political Science, 1993
All Colorado State Courts
Federal District Court for the District of Colorado
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado
10th Circuit US Court of Appeals
Activities & Affiliations
Member, Colorado Bar Association - Family Law Section
Member, Jefferson County Bar Association
Member, Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee
Author, DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE PROCEEDINGS AND BANKRUPTCY CASES, Chapter 25, Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law (CLE In Colorado, Inc.)(2013 – 2018 Updates)