Amy has been practicing law since 2001 and has helped hundreds of clients and their families through their situations. She has extensive experience in all Family Law matters and has a reputation as a fierce advocate for her clients. As the owner of her Law Firm she has assembled a fantastic and experienced team to assist you in your legal matters.
Amy the original owner of the firm and partner with Milena Rodionov, is an experienced Northern Colorado attorney who has practiced for over 18 years and successfully facilitates excellent results in amicable cases as well as high conflict disputes. Areas of practice include Family Law, Wills and Estates, and Bankruptcy
Amy received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1990 and a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies in 1992 from Valparaiso University in northwest Indiana. She completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law in 1999.
After graduating from law school, Amy received an invaluable experience in the inner workings of the Colorado Judicial System as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge Harlan Bockman in the 17th Judicial District. In 2001, Amy joined Jorgensen, Motycka & Lewis, P.C. as an Associate Attorney where she practiced Family Law, Real Estate Law, Probate, Collections and other general litigation.
In 2003, Amy was offered and accepted a Partner/Shareholder position at Jorgensen Motycka & Lewis, P.C. In August of 2005, Amy partnered with Krea Sledge to form the law firm of Antommaria & Sledge, LLC which continued through 2012.
From 2012 through 2017, Amy’s firm was Antommaria & Associates, LLC and as of January of 2018 is proud to have Milena Rodionov join her as her partner in Antommaria & Rodionov, LLC.
Although Amy’s focus is family law, which includes divorce, custody, child support, visitation, legal separation, and paternity, she accepts cases involving debt collection, real estate and general litigation.
When not practicing law, Amy has volunteered her time to the Weld County Bar Association, Weld County Legal Services, Access to Justice Committee and the Women’s Weld County Bar Association.
Amy served as the President of the Women’s Weld County Bar Association in 2005, Treasurer for the Women’s Weld County Bar Association in 2006, President of the Weld County Bar Association for the 2006-2007 term and Treasurer for Weld County Legal Services for the 2007-2008 term.
Public Service is very important to Amy including assisting individuals that are unable to afford legal services. Amy has donated her time to the local Call-a-Lawyer program, the Divorce/Allocation of Parental Responsibilities monthly informational meetings, Grandparent Rights meetings and annually receives appreciation for her many hours of pro-bono services through Weld County Legal Services.
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