Graham.Law is delighted to welcome to our ranks family law attorney John S. Nalley.
Although new to our firm, John is no stranger to family law. He has worked as a family law attorney for the past decade, and prior to that was a family law paralegal for another 8 years.
John originally hails from Oklahoma, and upon receiving his Juris Doctor from the Oklahoma City University School of Law in 2012, he practiced family law in Oklahoma for the first six years, including being admitted to, and representing Native Americans before, tribal courts.
In 2018, John left his native Oklahoma for greener pastures (and bigger mountains!) of our beautiful state, and settled in Colorado Springs where he has practiced family law ever since, including having several cases against our firm. So you can count on John to bring a wealth of experience to your Colorado family law case.
John is an avid outdoorsman, and enjoys camping, fishing, and, as the photo above suggests, exploring the mountains on ATVs with his wife, Connie.
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