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Kirsten M. Kurath

Attorney, Shareholder

Williams Turner & Holmes P.C

HQ Phone:  (970) 242-6262

Email: k***@***.com

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Williams Turner & Holmes P.C

744 Horizon Court, Suite 115

Grand Junction, Colorado,81506

United States

Company Description

Williams, Turner & Holmes, P.C. is committed to the success and prosperity of your business. To meet your goals, we are dedicated to close collaboration with you so we can provide the most practical and appropriate advice given your specific business needs. By...more

Background Information

Employment History

Law Clerk

Judge Roxanne Bailin, 20th Judicial District, Boulder, Colorado


Affiliations

Colorado Discover Ability

Board Member


Colorado Bar Association

Member


Utah State Bar

Member


American Bar Association

Member


ORDER OF THE COIF

Member


Colorado Legal Services

Board Member


Grand Valley Air Quality Planning Committee

Citizen Advisor


Education

law degree

University of North Carolina


undergraduate degree

cellular and developmental biology

University of Arizona


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Kirsten Kurath - (Secretary) - Lawyer with Williams, Turner & Holmes, P.C.
Kirsten Kurath - (Secretary) - Lawyer with Williams, Turner & Holmes, P.C.


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Kirsten M. Kurath, Esq.
Williams, Turner & Holmes, Grand Junction Kirsten M. Kurath is a shareholder at her firm and focuses on water law. She represents clients on water-related issues from ditch disputes to water court applications to adjudicate and protect water rights. She assists energy companies, gravel pit operators, irrigation districts, ditch companies, water user associations, domestic water providers, farmers and ranchers, subdivision developers, and individuals with their water related needs.


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Kirsten M. Kurath
Kirsten M. Kurath Kirsten has a developing special districts practice. She represents a number of special districts in Colorado and advises these local governments on a wide range of issues. Kirsten also maintains a general civil practice that includes real estate, litigation, drafting contracts, collecting debts, buying and selling businesses, simple estate planning, construction, and employment law. As to construction law, she has represented general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and owners in construction disputes and in the drafting and negotiation of construction contracts. In the area of employment law, Kirsten primarily advises employers concerning employment policies, the hiring and firing of employees and the state and federal laws governing employment. In addition to her office in Grand Junction, Kirsten is available to meet with clients in the North Fork Valley. Employment law presentations and materials prepared by Kirsten were included in the published course materials (2001-2002) Presenter for a seminar on Negotiating and Writing Better Contracts at the Business of Law conference, sponsored by the Colorado Lawyers for the Arts and the Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture (2000) In her past life, Kirsten co-authored scientific publications appearing in Journal of Cell Biology, Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology, Carcinogenesis, Radiation Research Society, Journal of Biological Chemistry, and ICN-UCLA Symposia on DNA Replication and Recombination Kirsten was born in Pensacola, Florida while her father was stationed there in the Navy, but grew up in a small town in Connecticut and spent lots of time in New Hampshire and Vermont as well. Her parents uprooted her as a sophomore in high school and moved the family to the Sonoran Desert in Tucson, Arizona. There, after the initial shock, Kirsten fell in love with the desert and her husband, Derall. Kirsten obtained her undergraduate degree in cellular and developmental biology from the University of Arizona in 1985, with high distinction, and was a research technician and manager of a cancer research lab for several years before deciding to go to law school. She received her law degree from the University of North Carolina in1994 with high honors and graduated as a member of the Order of the Coif. Prior to joining the firm, Kirsten completed a one-year judicial clerkship with the Judge Roxanne Bailin in the Twentieth Judicial District in Boulder, Colorado. Kirsten and Derall are avid bicyclists who enjoy many of the outdoor activities available here in the Grand Valley, the West Slope and the red rock country of nearby Utah. Kirsten and Derall have two sons who keep them on their toes.


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Kirsten M. Kurath
Kirsten M. Kurath Kirsten has a developing special districts practice. She represents a number of special districts in Colorado and advises these local governments on a wide range of issues. Kirsten also maintains a general civil practice that includes real estate, litigation, drafting contracts, collecting debts, buying and selling businesses, simple estate planning, construction, and employment law. As to construction law, she has represented general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and owners in construction disputes and in the drafting and negotiation of construction contracts. In the area of employment law, Kirsten primarily advises employers concerning employment policies, the hiring and firing of employees and the state and federal laws governing employment. In addition to her office in Grand Junction, Kirsten is available to meet with clients in the North Fork Valley. Employment law presentations and materials prepared by Kirsten were included in the published course materials (2001-2002) Presenter for a seminar on Negotiating and Writing Better Contracts at the Business of Law conference, sponsored by the Colorado Lawyers for the Arts and the Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture (2000) In her past life, Kirsten co-authored scientific publications appearing in Journal of Cell Biology, Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology, Carcinogenesis, Radiation Research Society, Journal of Biological Chemistry, and ICN-UCLA Symposia on DNA Replication and Recombination Reported Cases Pagosa Area Water & Sanitation District v. Trout Unlimited (In re Pagosa Area Water & Sanitation District), 219 P.3d 774 (Colo. 2009). Hall v. Hartley, 948 P.2d 539 (Colo. 1997). Biographical Details Kirsten was born in Pensacola, Florida while her father was stationed there in the Navy, but grew up in a small town in Connecticut and spent lots of time in New Hampshire and Vermont as well. Her parents uprooted her as a sophomore in high school and moved the family to the Sonoran Desert in Tucson, Arizona. There, after the initial shock, Kirsten fell in love with the desert and her husband, Derall. Kirsten obtained her undergraduate degree in cellular and developmental biology from the University of Arizona in 1985, with high distinction, and was a research technician and manager of a cancer research lab for several years before deciding to go to law school. She received her law degree from the University of North Carolina in1994 with high honors and graduated as a member of the Order of the Coif. Prior to joining the firm, Kirsten completed a one-year judicial clerkship with the Judge Roxanne Bailin in the Twentieth Judicial District in Boulder, Colorado. Kirsten and Derall are avid bicyclists who enjoy many of the outdoor activities available here in the Grand Valley, the West Slope and the red rock country of nearby Utah. Kirsten and Derall have two sons who keep them on their toes.


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Kirsten M. Kurath - Shareholder
Kirsten practices water law and represents clients on a wide variety of water related issues including water court applications to adjudicate and protect water rights. She has worked with energy companies, gravel pit operators, irrigation districts, water user associations, domestic water providers, farmers, ranchers, subdivision developers and individuals on their water law related issues. In addition to her water practice, Kirsten practices in the area of construction law. She has represented general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and owners in construction disputes. She advises clients on mechanics liens, the mechanics lien trust fund statute and other laws which relate to construction projects. She also reviews construction contracts for clients and assists in the drafting and negotiation of such contracts. As to employment law, Kirsten primarily provides guidance to employers concerning employment policies, the hiring and firing of employees, and the federal and state laws governing employment. Kirsten also maintains a general civil practice that includes litigation, drafting contracts, collecting debts, buying and selling businesses, and representing clients on a wide variety of issues. Kirsten currently serves on the Board of Directors of Colorado Legal Services. While practicing law, she has been active as a volunteer and is a past president of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Lawyer Trust Account Foundation; a past president of the Board of Directors of the Mesa County Bar Association Pro Bono Project, Inc.; a past chair of the Mesa County Bar Association Public Relations Committee and coordinator of the Mesa County Bar Association Call-A-Lawyer Night; and she served as a citizen advisor for the Grand Valley Air Quality Planning Committee. Kirsten has taught Negotiating and Writing Better Contracts at the Business of Law conference sponsored by the Colorado Lawyers for the Arts and the Grand Junction Commission on Arts & Culture and has lectured on various employment law issues at seminars produced by Lorman Education Services. Kristen has lectured on liability for ditch breaches at the Bureau of Reclamation's Water District Workshop and will be lecturing on water law issues in Western Colorado for the Mesa County League of Women Voters. Kirsten obtained her undergraduate degree in cellular and developmental biology from the University of Arizona in 1985, with high distinction, and was a research technician and manager of a cancer research lab for several years before deciding to go to law school. She received her law degree from the University of North Carolina in 1994 with high honors and graduated as a member of the Order of the Coif. Prior to joining the firm, Kirsten completed a one-year judicial clerkship with the Honorable Roxanne Bailin in the Twentieth Judicial District in Boulder, Colorado. Kirsten is a member of the Colorado, Mesa County, and Utah State Bar Associations. She is admitted to practice law in Colorado and Utah and in the U.S. District Courts for Colorado and Utah. Kristen is also available to meet with clients in the North Fork Valley. Kirsten was born in Pensacola, Florida while her father was stationed there in the Navy, but grew up in a small town in Connecticut and spent lots of time in New Hampshire and Vermont as well. Her parents uprooted her as a sophomore in high school and moved the family to the Sonoran Desert in Tucson, Arizona. There, after the initial shock, Kirsten fell in love with the desert and her husband, Derall. Kirsten and Derall are avid bicyclists who enjoy many of the outdoor activities available here in the Grand Valley, the West Slope and the red rock country of nearby Utah. Kirsten and Derall have two young sons who keep them on their toes. BACK TO TOP


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