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Attorney At Law

Todd was born and raised in rural Arkansas. He knows what it was like to do without running water in the house or a flushing toilet. He is the son of a mother who worked in factories all of her life, and his father was a bricklayer. He truly understands what it's like for real people in the real world. He even managed to get into some trouble of his own as a youngster, but he definitely hasn't forgotten his roots.

Todd began working in technologies in the late 90's, and he remained in the field until 2010 when he finally lost his job due to the housing and banking collapses. After losing his job, Todd decided to commit to college full time in pursuit of what he had wanted to do since he was 15 years old, become a lawyer.

In 2012, he graduated magna cum laude from Arkansas State University with a BA in Political Science, finishing sixth in his class. He then accepted a scholarship from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. While at law school he was an ambassador for the school, and he received honors and high marks in litigation and settlement classes. Remembering his roots, he turned down an honored offer to serve as an associate editor on one of the law journals so he could remain committed to his responsibilities as the President of the Hastings Prisoner Outreach Program. He also wanted to remain focused on finishing law school early. He finished law school in a little more than two years, an incredible task in itself.

While in law school, Todd also worked for a small plaintiff-side employment law firm, and he externed in the Federal District Court in Little Rock, Arkansas for the Honorable Billy Roy Wilson, District Judge. He still considers himself just a regular guy who can now practice law.

Stephanie Haley Williams

Stephanie lived and worked all over the South before she and her family made Colorado their home. She and her husband have been married for more than 20 years and have 3 children.

Attending law school in Alabama, Stephanie served as associate editor of the Cumberland Law Review and Chief Justice of the Henry Upson Sims Moot Court Board. After graduating with her J.D. and M.B.A. in 2002, she became licensed and served a one-year term clerkship for then-Bankruptcy Judge James S. Sledge. After clerking, she practiced for several years in Alabama before her family began a whirlwind of relocations to advance her husband’s healthcare career. As a result, Stephanie ended up becoming licensed to practice and working in Alabama, Tennessee, and then her home state of Arkansas.

For several years, she and her family ran a goat and chicken farm before moving to a more suburban neighborhood. There, Stephanie and her husband trained and served as foster parents, allowing Stephanie the opportunity to care for children in need and to see that legal system from a different perspective.

A writer all her life, Stephanie began teaching academic, professional, and technical writing for local universities and colleges as an adjunct. Over time she began to devote more and more time to teaching and, ultimately, paused her practice for a while. In 2017, she published her first book titled How to Be a Good Mom (Or At Least Not an Epic Failure), a hopefully funny account based on her experiences raising kids.

A lawyer, teacher, writer, wife, mom, former goat farmer and former foster parent, Stephanie describes herself simply as the doer of all the things that need to be done, and sometimes as a nap-taker.

Near the end of 2021, Stephanie and her family settled into a new home and life in Parker, Colorado, and she returned to the practice of law. She and her husband have enjoyed cheering on the Avalanche and getting involved in a local church and the community.

Excited to put down roots here, Stephanie has volunteered for the Colorado Bar Association’s (CBA) High School Mock Trial Tournament, sits on the Executive Council for the CBA’s Litigation Section, is a member of the Minoru Yasui American Inn of Court, and volunteers in various roles for the Colorado Women’s Bar Association (CWBA). She’s passionate about helping others get the best possible outcome under the law and promoting professionalism and civility in the practice of law.

Marc Tull
Of Counsel

Originally from New Jersey, Marc received a BA from Ithaca College and an MA from the State University of NY, College at Oneonta, before attending the University of Montana School of Law. He was employed as a claim representative for Travelers Insurance Company and then practiced with an insurance defense firm and a personal injury firm. Marc has extensive experience in insurance disputes, family law, business disputes, probate, and civil litigation.

Marc has served as an expert witness regarding insurance industry standards and an insurance dispute arbitrator. He is available to assist with domestic relations matters as an arbitrator, mediator, special master, and personal property allocation supervisor. He offers telephone and video-teleconference mediation at rates comparable with the Colorado Office of Dispute Resolution.

When not practicing law, Marc enjoys photography, hiking, and swimming. He and his wife are volunteer archery coaches at a local school.

Cody McCalla
Of Counsel

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Christina Lukenbill

Christina is a Colorado native, though she’s lived in Arkansas and California as well.

Returning to Colorado as an adult, Christina began running Elizabeth Floral with her family, establishing the flower shop as the go-to guru for Elbert County and surrounding areas.

Already a successful entrepreneur and business owner, Christina helped Todd get the law office up and running in 2016. She provided the much-needed legal assistant and office support to Todd while he built the practice. As the practice flourished, Christina moved into the role of paralegal, all while still running her own business.

Now, Christina provides paralegal support to multiple attorneys, trains and teaches new staff, and continues to assist Todd with office administration and day-to-day operations.

Brock Williams
Legal Assistant

Bio coming soon!

Bryanna Williams
Legal Assistant

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