Jill A. Curry, JD
Jill’s practice is focused on construction and contractual litigation, where for years she has successfully represented a wide variety of clients including construction professionals, small businesses, large corporations, and individuals in complex civil litigation matters. Jill prides herself on a team mentality in her representation by understanding the needs and goals of clients and providing the legal pathway to accomplish those. Her civil litigation practice is focused on the representation of construction defect cases for general contractors, developers, design professionals and subcontractors. She also handles product defect, personal injury, and commercial litigation matters. She has been on successful trial teams securing favorable verdicts, and has an impressive track records of bringing complex matters to quick and economically efficient resolutions for her clients.
Jill also represents men and women, moms and dads, and occasionally grandparents, in all areas of family law including divorce, custody, child support and post-decree matters such as parenting time and child support modification. Her family law practice has expanded greatly over the years, and she has been a regular fixture in the Colorado Courts, trying a variety of family law matters from the original Permanent Orders to a wide variety of post-decree disputes such and parenting time, child support, maintenance and property division disputes. Jill has had great success reaching favorable results for her clients, including many awards for attorneys’ fees in favor of her clients.
Finally, Jill provides comprehensive estate planning for middle income clientele, offering affordable packages including financial and medical powers of attorneys, wills, trusts, advanced directives and burial instructions. Jill can tailor any estate plan to fit your individual needs, or the needs of your family. Jill also offers free in-home consultations and estate plan executions for those with mobility issues.
Jill is a born advocate, which is why her mom told her when she was a young girl that she would probably grow up to be an attorney. After graduating from Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education, and teaching English to high school seniors, she started law school at the University of Kansas, during which she received a top-notch legal education while staying true to her commitment to public service. Jill volunteered for the Douglas County Legal Aid Society and the Douglas County Adult Protective Services during her law school education, and went on to clerk for Legal Aid.
Jill joined our predecessor law firm of Markusson Green & Jarvis as a Partner in 2014, which was rebranded to CCRJ in 2017. Along with her partners Dan Coombe and Gregg Rich, Jill is responsible for the day-to- day management of the firm and mentoring associate attorneys. Jill is committed to ensuring that the firm provides the highest quality legal representation to its clients while offering a positive workplace for the CCRJ team. She is proud of the firm’s positive atmosphere and the unbelievable talent that the firm has acquired over the years.
When Jill is not working, she is enjoying the Colorado mountains, traveling, and trying to improve her acoustic guitar skills.
Jill is licensed to practice law in Colorado, as well as the United States District Court for the District of Colorado and the Colorado Supreme Court.
Her professional affiliations also include The CLM (Claims and Litigation Management Alliance), the Colorado Defense Lawyers Association (CDLA), the Colorado Bar Association, the Denver Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Colorado Women’s Bar Association.
Jill’s commitment to public service has continued throughout her legal career. She has been a Metro Volunteer Lawyer pro bono attorney since she started practicing law in Colorado, and gave her time to the Rape Awareness and Prevention Program for several years.
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, B.S., 2001
University of Kansas, School of Law, Lawrence, Kansas, J.D., 2004