Amy Goscha Family Lawyer



Family Law

Amy M. Goscha has earned her reputation as one of the leading Family Law Attorneys in the Denver area and Eagle County. Every day since 2008, she assists her clients in moving their lives to the next chapter. Her family law areas of practice include:

Amy Makes a Difference

Amy’s been in similar circumstances as her clients. She understands their struggles, is known for being a great listener, applying the law, and fighting hard for her client’s rights. Many of Amy’s clients are thankful for choosing her for representation. They commonly say things such as, “Amy just gets it, and she pushes hard for the best possible outcome.”

About Amy

Amy Goscha is a Colorado native. Her passion for family law began at a young age when her own parents divorced. Currently, Amy is going through a divorce of her own and sharing the parenting time with her young child.

Amy’s passion for family law comes from her background in understanding what it is like as a child of divorce and as a party going through a divorce. Amy’s compassion for her clients, their children, and their situations is enormous.  Amy is invigorated with her area of practice because she is able to help clients every day move their lives to the next chapter. Amy’s likes to run outside, strolling her son through the park, and taking barre classes.

Amy and Ryan Kalamaya host Divorce at Altitude, a weekly podcast that provides tips and tactics to navigating divorce, parenting, relationships and breakups. Episodes include conversations with experts such as CPAs, mediations, custody evaluators, and more.

Awards and Distinctions

Amy was selected as a Best Lawyer in Family Law for 2023.

In 2022, Amy was appointed to the Colorado Bar Association Family Law Section Executive Council.

Amy was selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers for the past eight consecutive years (2013-2021). Less than 2.5% of attorneys receive this honor in Colorado.

In 2021, Amy was selected to Co-Chair the Education & Outreach Committee for the Licensed Legal Paraprofessional Program in Colorado and was also appointed as a Board Member to the Bright Future Foundation in the Vail Valley.

In 2020, Amy was appointed as Secretary for the Continental Divide Bar Association.

In 2019, Amy was appointed as co-chair of the Fifth Judicial District Access to Justice Committee. The Committee works on solving issues litigants face in receiving access to resources and the Courts where their disputes are heard.

In 2017, Amy was appointed to the Colorado Bar Association Executive Council.

In 2016, Amy was awarded the Top 10 Best Under 40 for Client Satisfaction from the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys.

In 2015, Amy was appointed to the Family Issues Standing Committee commissioned by the Colorado Supreme Court. The Family Issues Standing Committee is by invitation only to a select number of stakeholders approved by the Colorado Supreme Court. The Standing Committee addresses important family law issues that affect litigants, the law, and court procedures throughout Colorado. Amy has continued to serve on the Family issues committee for the past 7 consecutive years (2015-2022).

In 2014, Amy was selected to serve as an adjunct professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law with the Honorable Judge Angela Arkin. Amy taught Advanced Family Law to third-year law students for two consecutive years.

Amy has a rating of 10 out of 10 from which designates her as a “superb” attorney based on recognition by clients and peers.

Selected Speaking Engagements

Amy Goscha speaks throughout Colorado on specific topics related to family issues to judges, lawyers, litigants, and professionals. The following is a list of Amy’s recent speaking engagements:

  • “The Who, What, Where, Why, When and How of Propounding Discovery,” Family Law Update, November 2022
  • “ESI and the Ethics of Operating a Modern Family Law Practice in a Virtual World,” Family Law Institute, August 2022
  • “At the Intersection: Handling Dependency and Neglect and Juvenile Delinquency Issues in Family Law Cases,” Colorado Lawyer, February 2022
  • “Parental Responsibility Evaluations,”Family Law Institute, August 2020
  • “Practical and Ethical Considerations for Unbundled Representation,”Pitkin County Bar Association, July 2019
  • “Tips and Tricks for Unbundling,” Colorado Bar Association, June 2019
  • “Modern Law Practice: An Introduction to Discovering and Admitting Electronic Evidence,”Family Law Institute, August 2017
  • “Practical and Ethical Considerations to Integrating Unbundled Legal Services,” Garfield County District Court, 2017
  • “Unbundled Legal Services Model in Elder Law Practice,” Elder Law Conference, 2016
  • “Unbundled Legal Services: An Avenue for All to Gain Access to Justice,” Continental Divide Bar Association, 2016
  • “Dissolution of Civil Unions and Same-Sex Marriages: Trends in Colorado and the United States,” Colorado Family Law Judicial Institute, 2015

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Kalamaya | Goscha
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 7 reviews
 by Dennis Corsi

Amy Goscha and the Kalamaya - Goscha team have been fantastic. Extremely knowledgeable, professional, thorough, responsive, and proactive in all aspects of the process.

 by Natalee
Wonderful Human Being

Amy was extremely knowledgeable, succinct, direct and worked so hard to move my case along in a timely fashion. She is kind and a wonderful human being, and I left the process feeling I also had a friend.

 by Anonymous
Post divorce modifications

Amy was great. She entered my case two years after the original divorce and helped negotiate a much better parenting plan for me and alleviated a ton of stress from my situation while working with an extremely unreasonable attorney and client on the opposing side. Amy was very professional and easy to work with.

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Practice Areas
  • University of Denver Sturm College of Law
    • J.D. in 2007 Review Editor
    • Transportation Law Journal
  • Creighton University
    • B.A. graduated magna cum laude
    • Teaching Assistant: Psychology
    • Psychology National Honor’s Society
  • Bright Futures Foundation Board
  • Continental Divide Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association (Family Law Section)
  • Fifth Judicial District Access to Justice Committee Member
  • Edwards Rotary
Honors and Awards
  • Best Lawyer 2023 for Family Law
  • Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star – 2013-2021 for Family Law
  • Colorado Supreme Court, Standing Committee on Family Issues in Colorado – 2015-2017
  • Colorado Bar Association Executive Council-2017
  • Top 10 Best Under 40 for Client Satisfaction from the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys – 2016
  • Adjunct professor University of Denver Sturm College of Law -2014-2015