Mark Rapp practices primarily in two areas of the law:
Mark Rapp has more than 10 years experience defending the criminally accused. A former Alternate Defense Counsel attorney, Mark Rapp has defended serious felony matters, habitual offender charges, violent crimes, sexual assaults, misdemeanor charges, alcohol related traffic offenses, and other traffic matters. He has handled delicate plea negotiations and serious felony jury trials.
Family Law cases include divorce, child custody, paternity, adoption, child support, and parenting time cases among others. Mark Rapp has expertly handled complex divorce cases involving contested child custody issues, property disputes, maintenance issues, and issues related to domestic violence. Whether you need assistance with negotiating a settlement or resolving your issues through court action, Mark Rapp has the experience, determination, and patience to help you with your legal issue.
Mark Rapp was born in Freeport, Illinois on September 11, 1966. He graduated from Mt. Carroll (Illinois) High School in 1984 and shortly thereafter ventured west to Denver, Colorado. He graduated from Regis College, magna cum laude, in the Spring of 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a double major of History and Political Science. In the Fall of 1988, he enrolled in the University of Colorado School of Law and graduated in May of 1991. After passing the Colorado Bar Exam in July of 1991, he was admitted to practice law in the State of Colorado in October of 1991.
Mark Rapp has practiced law in Weld County and northeastern Colorado since June 1, 1993. While he practices primarily in Weld County, he also handles cases in Larimer, Boulder, Adams, Morgan and Logan Counties. Mark Rapp is the managing partner of
Rapp, Manzer & Weist, LLP and is a member of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar. He is a past board member of Weld County Partners, Inc. and is the past president of Weld County Legal Services, Inc.