Paralegals

Robbin Bowler

Originally from Idaho, Robbin started her legal career in the securities group of a large D.C.-based international law firm. Not finding that to be a good fit, she ended up doing trust and estate work somewhat by chance and it turned out to be what she was looking for. Having now worked in this field for over 15 years, she is experienced in many of its aspects including estate and charitable planning as well as lifetime gifting. However, she primarily focuses on probate and decedent’s trust administration. She is pleased to be able to help people navigate these processes and values the relationships she builds with clients.

Robbin lives with two bad Bengal cats, Jax and Achilles. She likes to be outside whenever possible and particularly enjoys hiking and snowboarding. Her inside hobbies include baking, pottery and making metal clay jewelry.

Education / Certification

  •  J.D., University of Colorado School of Law, 1999
  •  Associate Editor University of Colorado Law Review
  •  Women’s Law Caucus Executive Board
  •  B.S.J., The Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, 1996
  •  B.S., Political Science, Northwestern University, 1996

While she has a J.D., Robbin works here as a legal assistant as she is not licensed to practice law in Colorado.

Originally from Idaho, Robbin started her legal career in the securities group of a large D.C.-based international law firm. Not finding that to be a good fit, she ended up doing trust and estate work somewhat by chance and it turned out to be what she was looking for. Having now worked in this field for over 15 years, she is experienced in many of its aspects including estate and charitable planning as well as lifetime gifting. However, she primarily focuses on probate and decedent’s trust administration. She is pleased to be able to help people navigate these processes and values the relationships she builds with clients.

Robbin lives with two bad Bengal cats, Jax and Achilles. She likes to be outside whenever possible and particularly enjoys hiking and snowboarding. Her inside hobbies include baking, pottery and making metal clay jewelry.

Education / Certification

  •  J.D., University of Colorado School of Law, 1999
  •  Associate Editor University of Colorado Law Review
  •  Women’s Law Caucus Executive Board
  •  B.S.J., The Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, 1996
  •  B.S., Political Science, Northwestern University, 1996

While she has a J.D., Robbin works here as a legal assistant as she is not licensed to practice law in Colorado.

Robin Martin

Robin is a Colorado native who has been a family law paralegal since 2009. She began her paralegal career in Boulder with James & Associates, LLC and strengthened her career in Denver working for McGuane & Hogan, P.C. She obtained her Certificate for Mediation in 2014 as well and volunteers with Jefferson County Mediation Services.

Robin married her husband, an Air Force veteran, in 2012 and together they have four children, Kaden, Conner, Brielle and Reilly, and three rescue dogs, Ares, Ethan and Sweet Pea. As a family, they enjoy traveling, baking, camping, swimming and doing home projects together. In her spare time, she loves baking, photography, reading and thrift shopping.

Robin is a Colorado native who has been a family law paralegal since 2009. She began her paralegal career in Boulder with James & Associates, LLC and strengthened her career in Denver working for McGuane & Hogan, P.C. She obtained her Certificate for Mediation in 2014 as well and volunteers with Jefferson County Mediation Services.

Robin married her husband, an Air Force veteran, in 2012 and together they have four children, Kaden, Conner, Brielle and Reilly, and three rescue dogs, Ares, Ethan and Sweet Pea. As a family, they enjoy traveling, baking, camping, swimming and doing home projects together. In her spare time, she loves baking, photography, reading and thrift shopping.

Linda Park

Linda began her paralegal career in Michigan in 1982 where she worked for a defense firm that specialized in personal injury and civil litigation. Thereafter she joined a firm specializing in plaintiff personal injury and civil litigation. Linda's experience working with the two different firms provided her with a good understanding of both sides of the law. Linda moved to Longmont, from Traverse City, Michigan in June of 2012. Upon moving to Longmont, she worked for a personal injury/civil litigation firm in Boulder for three years before moving to family law litigation in Longmont. Linda joined the firm in April of 2020 to return to her personal injury/civil litigation roots.

Linda married her husband Steve in 1983 and together they have one daughter, Sam; two granddaughters, Lily and Emma; and two dogs, Izzy and Abby. She enjoys taking the kids to school every day since Sam is a teacher on the same schedule, hiking with the family, gardening, reading and looking for wildlife. Linda started a photography business in 2016 and has had her photos included in the 2017 and 2018 photography issues of Colorado Outdoors.

Education / Certification

  • Northwestern Michigan College, 1985 AS Legal Secretary Program
  • Northwestern Michigan College, 1991 AS Paralegal Program
  • Munson Medical Center, 1993 Certified Medical Terminology

Community Involvement

  • Volunteer Photographer and Dog Walker; Longmont Humane Society

Linda began her paralegal career in Michigan in 1982 where she worked for a defense firm that specialized in personal injury and civil litigation. Thereafter she joined a firm specializing in plaintiff personal injury and civil litigation. Linda's experience working with the two different firms provided her with a good understanding of both sides of the law. Linda moved to Longmont, from Traverse City, Michigan in June of 2012. Upon moving to Longmont, she worked for a personal injury/civil litigation firm in Boulder for three years before moving to family law litigation in Longmont. Linda joined the firm in April of 2020 to return to her personal injury/civil litigation roots.

Linda married her husband Steve in 1983 and together they have one daughter, Sam; two granddaughters, Lily and Emma; and two dogs, Izzy and Abby. She enjoys taking the kids to school every day since Sam is a teacher on the same schedule, hiking with the family, gardening, reading and looking for wildlife. Linda started a photography business in 2016 and has had her photos included in the 2017 and 2018 photography issues of Colorado Outdoors.

Education / Certification

  • Northwestern Michigan College, 1985 AS Legal Secretary Program
  • Northwestern Michigan College, 1991 AS Paralegal Program
  • Munson Medical Center, 1993 Certified Medical Terminology

Community Involvement

  • Volunteer Photographer and Dog Walker; Longmont Humane Society