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Rachel G. Palmer is an experienced litigator with a special focus on Men's Rights. She has been named a "Rising Star" by Colorado SuperLawyers for 2022 and 2023. SuperLawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Prior to founding Palmer Family Law, Ms. Palmer was a top-rated attorney at the largest domestic litigation firm in the country, with an over 95% client approval rating. Ms. Palmer has spent her entire career focused on family law, and has spent the past decade honing her litigation skills. She has logged hundreds of hours litigating throughout the Denver Metro area, on all family law issues, including common law marriage, military pensions and retirement, psychological parentage, protection orders and restrictions of parenting time.


Ms. Palmer has successfully and passionately represented hundreds of clients through the divorce or child-custody process. Her approach is to recognize each client’s individual goals and desires, and to work tirelessly to achieve them. Ms. Palmer’s clients find her to be a personable advisor, and often their closest confidant as they go through their case. She understands that you work closely with your attorney during this process and how important it is for you to trust her advice and counsel.


While she is an experienced litigator, Ms. Palmer also recognizes the value of negotiated settlements and helps her clients navigate the emotional, financial and legal ramifications of mediation. Despite her strong litigation background, Ms. Palmer will always strive to reach the best outcome for her clients, no matter what avenue that may take.


Ms. Palmer was raised in Colorado and is a proud alumna of Regis Jesuit High School.  Ms. Palmer graduated from Wheaton College in Illinois with a Bachelor’s Degree is English Literature, where she honed her writing skills. For law school, Ms. Palmer attended the University of Nebraska College of Law. During law school, Ms. Palmer was a member of the Nebraska Law Review, and served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Nebraska Law Review Bulletin. She is also a published author, with her article “The Interplay of Due Process Rights and Nebraska Water Law” being published in 2013. She worked for the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources for two years litigating cases in front of a Special Master across the state.

Ms. Palmer has served as a volunteer for the Colorado Bar Association High School Mock Trial Program since 2016, as both a coach and a competition panelist. She has a passion for high school students and often serves as an alumni mentor for her alma mater.

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(720) 399-7434

11479 S. Pine Dr.

Serving the entire Denver metro area.

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