Holly Ann Birnbaum Martin is an attorney practicing in areas like family law, child support, adoption, child custody, and divorce in Fort Collins, Colorado. She focuses on complicated family law matters and deals in issues concerning substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental health. She understands the situation of clients and exercises integrity and compassion in her behavior towards them.
She obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree with major in Sociology from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She graduated with distinction in 1998. Before attending the law school, she worked as a licensed cosmetologist and as a middle school teacher for about two years.
Holly Martin joined the Tulane Law School as a merit scholar. While studying there, she served as the Chair of Public Relations at the National Association of Women Lawyers, where she also received an award for her good work. Additionally, she was the Secretary of Tulane Child Advocates. She represented children while participating in the Tulane Juvenile Law Clinic as a student attorney. After obtaining Juris Doctorate in law in 2003, she moved to North Carolina to begin her law practice.
She started her legal career as an Assistant Public Defender in the Public Defender’s Office at the District 15B in 2003. She handled the work of more than 250 misdemeanor criminal cases. She received the honor of holding the position of a Public Defender for the mental health court as well as the substance abuse court.
Attorney Holly joined the law firm of a District Attorney in the same jurisdiction to enter into private practice in North Carolina. She became the only family law lawyer at that firm for that geographical location. She handled her first adoption case while working there and developed the love for adoption work.
She later served as a Social Services Attorney at the Gaston County Department of Social Services. She handled cases like child support enforcement, adult guardianship, child abuse and neglect, adult abuse and neglect, and termination of parental rights.
She has made Fort Collins her home since 2014. She speaks English and Spanish languages fluently as she has lived in places like Italy, Costa Rica, Argentina, and Ecuador. She has acquired the membership of the Colorado Bar Association in 2014.
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