Family law is a relationship business.
Lisa Laframboise has built her career on those relationships — her relationship with Griffiths Law founder Suzanne Griffiths, whom she’s worked with for 19 years; serving as the primary point of contact for clients; and showing empathy to those clients in helping them in their own relationships.
Laframboise has had a storied career with Griffiths. As a former military wife, she had been bouncing from place to place and job to job every few years. When she landed in Colorado, though, she was set on staying. And when she made contact with Griffiths, that became a little easier.
She had been preparing for her move to Denver and had several months to plan when she first reached out to Griffiths. “She and I chatted for probably two months before I moved. We left on a Friday from the East Coast. I got here on a Sunday. Monday was Presidents Day. I interviewed with her on Presidents Day, and I went to trial with her on Tuesday,” Laframboise said. “We didn’t even have a place to live yet. We were in a hotel. We just clicked so well, and it was just the right thing for me.”
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