Tahli attended the University of Colorado, earning degrees in both Finance and International Business. She earned her law degree from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, with an emphasis in Human Rights Law. While at DU Law, she participated as a mediator on the mediation team, as a litigation advocate in mock trials, as well as an editor for the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy.
Tahli began her career as an intern for the Honorable Judge Laurie Clark at the Lindsey Flanigan Juvenile Court, where she assisted with paternity and adoption cases, in addition to truancy and dependency and neglect concerns. She has continued advocacy efforts on behalf of children through her work with unaccompanied minor refugees, as well as legislative endeavors directed towards juvenile criminal justice reforms. Children’s issues remain near and dear to Tahli’s heart, and she practices with the Child’s Best Interests in mind at all times.
Understanding that life doesn’t always proceed how we might wish or plan, and that family defines each of us in many ways, Tahli found her place in family law. She has navigated divorce and custody issues of her own, and therefore has a unique perspective of clients’ needs and wishes during these difficult times. She can empathize with her clients’ fears and worries, and this awareness is reflected in her thoughtful representation, providing integrity, compassion, and formidable advocacy.
Notably, Tahli recognizes that while attorneys may be busy with many cases, her clients each have only one case, and yet that one case is the most important one of all. Therefore, she realizes that clients are much more than case numbers, but that there is a meaningful story behind each name, and Tahli provides the attention and respect that every single client deserves, as if each were her only client.
Tahli has two beautiful daughters, whose kindness and happiness lights up her life. She enjoys cooking, crafting, and hiking with her dog Bam Bam.
Tahli is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and the El Paso County Bar Association. She has volunteered at Metro Volunteer Lawyers’ Family Law Court Program, provided pro bono services in asylum cases, as well as offered legal advice at El Paso County’s Family Law Days.