Representation and Legal Planning for Your Future
Frazer-Abel Law, LLC is a Denver, Colorado law firm specializing in estate law, probate administration, special needs planning, elder law, tax law, public benefits and settlement planning, guardianships, conservatorships, fiduciary work and more. Firm owner, Virginia A. Frazer-Abel, Esq. and her two associate attorneys, Sara S. Price, Esq. and Eric J. Kelly, Esq., are committed to providing their clients with the highest level of legal representation, and to overseeing their legal needs with honesty and integrity.
Virginia received her law and tax degrees from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, her undergraduate degree from Grinnell College, and became licensed to practice law in 2003. She serves as GAL in both domestic and probate cases, Court Appointed Counsel in probate cases, and as private counsel, and was sworn in as the Public Administrator for the 1st Judicial District in February 2014.
Virginia was selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2013, which identifies her as a top-rated attorney as recognized by peers. Virginia is also a member of both the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association and of the Trust and Estates and Elder Law Sections of the Colorado Bar Association, where she routinely teaches CLE seminars on Trusts, Probates, and Elder Law.
Eric is originally from the Indianapolis area and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from Indiana University in 2009. Eric moved to Boulder, Colorado in 2010 to attend law school at the University of Colorado, earning his J.D. in 2013. After law school, Eric worked as an assistant attorney general in the State Services section of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and later clerked for the Honorable Lily W. Oeffler, the probate judge in Jefferson County.
Eric joined the firm in 2016 and practices in the areas of Trust and Estate Litigation, Settlement Planning, Estate Planning, Guardianships and Conservatorships, Medicaid appeals, Determinations of Heirship for Oil and Mineral Interests and fiduciary representation.
Eric is a member of the Trust and Estate and Elder Law Sections of the Colorado Bar Association and the Co-Chair of the Medicaid Subcommittee of the Elder Law Section. Eric is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys skiing, backpacking, and woodworking.
Sara is originally from New York and moved to Colorado after graduating law school in 2008. After obtaining her undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire, Sara attended Pace Law School in White Plains, New York. In March 2010, Sara began clerking for the Honorable Stephen Munsinger, Chief Judge of the 1st Judicial District. During her clerkship Sara gained valuable experience in the fields of probate, civil and criminal law.
Sara’s practice focuses on probate litigation, guardianships, conservatorships and estate administration. Sara is a member of the Colorado Bar Association’s Elder Law and Trusts and Estates sections, as well as the 1st Judicial District Bar Association.
Sara is an effective litigator with over ten years of courtroom experience. However, recognizing the great mental and financial cost of litigation, Sara appreciates the importance of strategic planning and negotiation as a means of minimizing the impact of adversarial proceedings on her clients.
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