Jackie Flowers is a Colorado native, born in Fort Collins and raised in Grand Junction. Jackie spent much of her youth camping and fishing in Telluride and Gunnison and enjoying time on her grandparents’ cattle ranch in Montrose, a small, rural community on the western slope.
Jackie graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2015 with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She received her law degree from the University of Denver School of Law in 2019 and was licensed to practice law in the Fall of 2019.
Jackie understands the importance of family and community, as her grandmother ran a foster home for many years. Jackie experienced first-hand how her grandmother’s love and attention to many young children changed and shaped their lives for the better. Jackie is passionate about assisting clients with the following types of legal matters:
• Family Law (divorce, legal separation, allocation of parental responsibility, child support and grandparent visitation)
• Probate Law (wills, guardianships, conservatorships, probate)
• Criminal Law (traffic, misdemeanors, DUI/DUID)
• Dependency and Neglect Law
Currently, Jackie is a member of the Young Lawyers Division and the Colorado Attorney Mentor Program.
In her spare time, Jackie enjoys fishing, camping, and reading. She hopes to try her skills at skiing this winter.