OSC Law & Mediation - Aspen Real Life

Family Law in Aspen

Specializing in family law, OSC Law and Mediation, LLP is headquartered in Aspen, Colorado, and represents their clients with passion and integrity. The lawyers, Susan Mary O’Brian and Emily Simeone have a combined experience of 46 years of practicing law and serving clients throughout Colorado and Florida.

Sue O’Bryan, Emily Simeone, and Heather Cramer met while working at Alpine Legal Services, the Valley’s Legal Aid Organization. All three attorneys are licensed attorneys in Colorado, as well as Florida.  All three attorneys have versatile legal backgrounds.  All three attorneys found themselves relocating from Florida to Colorado in order to provide a balanced life, and a safe environment for their families. 

Prior to relocating to Colorado with her family, Susan O’Bryan was a licensed Patent Attorney.  Susan now focuses on Mediation and Collaborative Law, especially in the area of Family Law.

Prior to relocating to Colorado with her family, Emily Simeone specialized in Family Law, was certified by the State of Florida as a County Court, and a Circuit Court mediator, and served as a Circuit Court Magistrate for 6 years.

Prior to relocating to Colorado with her family, Heather Cramer focused on DUI appellate work. Susan, Emily and Heather discovered that their individual fields complemented each other in surprising, and what turned out to be inseparable, ways. All three attorneys have a goal of combining their individual passions into a cohesive law firm that balances their interests with their passions. This realization made them eager to cultivate their own practice, one that would effectively intersect their expertise with their respective interests. They believe that what wins a case and what makes a business thrive is the passion that drives it. Choosing to specialize in a field means that you are completely devoted to it; that you will protect it as if it were your own. It is this philosophy that sets them apart.

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