Todd Stahly utilizes a diverse legal background to assist clients in family law. He has practiced in all areas of family law. He has litigated interstate child custody cases in Colorado and in New Mexico (with special permission from the State of New Mexico). Todd regularly volunteers at Boulder County Legal Services Pro Se Clinics and has been recognized for his legal contributions there and the Women’s Crisis Center. In 2013 and 2014, Todd was honored as a Colorado Super Lawyer Rising Star (only 2.5% of Attorneys in Colorado are selected as Rising Stars).Todd received his B.S. from Michigan Technological University and a Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law.

Bar Admissions

  • 2003 State Bar of Colorado (Active)


Michigan Technological University, 1400 Townsend Dr, Houghton, MI 49931
BS - Bachelor of Science - N/A
California Western School of Law, 225 Cedar St, San Diego, CA 92101
JD - Juris Doctor - N/A

Career Highlights

  • Best Lawyers - Best Lawyers - 2017
  • Rising Stars - Super Lawyers - 2014
  • Rising Star - Super Lawyers - 2013
  • Past Chair, Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section, 2016-2017
  • Co-Authored and updated “Support Modification,” Chapter 28 in CBA Family Law Section Bench Bar Book, 2014 and 2016
  • Publication in the Colorado Lawyer, “The Motion in the Limine: Use in Domestic Cases”, March 2014
  • Sept. 2017, Boulder County Bar Criminal Law Section, Co-Presented “Interaction Between Domestic Relations Cases and Criminal Cases”
  • Nov. 2017, Boulder County Bar, Panel Presentation of “Maximum Capacity: Working with Clients Who Have Diminished Capacity”
  • Successfully helped a parent obtain 50/50 parenting time and proved that the other parent’s allegations of physical, emotional and sexual abuse were fabricated
  • Successfully achieved 100% parenting time for a parent after the other parent continued to fail court-ordered drug/alcohol tests and did not comply with Court ordered substance treatment
  • Successfully negotiated a child support reduction of over $1,200 per month for the payer
  • Specially admitted by State of New Mexico and traveled to rural court in New Mexico to successfully litigate interstate child custody dispute. (Special admission in New Mexico was for one case only- should not be construed as Stahly LLC being licensed or currently being licensed to practice law in the State of New Mexico)


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