Meet Our Team
Our Family Law experts are here to serve you and your family with all of your Family Law needs.
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Spousal Maintenance
- Military Divorce
- Business Owner Divorce
- Mediation Representation
- Parenting Time
- Property Division
- Contempt of Court
- Modification Motions
Kasey Clemans, Esq.
Molly Smouse, Paralegal
Mr. Clemans practices primarily in family law including divorce, military divorce, child custody, parenting time, child support, property division, spousal maintenance, modification motions, mediation representation, contempt of court, and more. He also has meaningful experience with juvenile law including adoption, dependency and neglect, relinquishment, and truancy. Mr. Clemans is also a trained mediator and arbitrator.
During law school at George Mason University, Mr. Clemans worked for the U.S. Department of State in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) in the Office of International Religious Freedom (IRF). Mr. Clemans served as a Foreign Affairs officer and traveled to Russia as a diplomat with the Assistant Secretary for DRL. He enjoyed learning from and working with many religious groups.
Mr. Clemans began his legal career in 2012 at the U.S. Department of State in the Office of the Legal Adviser, International Claims and Investment Disputes (L/CID). His work there included assisting in the preparation of a massive pleading for the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal at the Hague. After his work on that project, Mr. Clemans moved back to Colorado to be close to his family. He passed the Colorado Bar Exam and worked for the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s office as a Deputy District Attorney. In 2014, he left the District Attorney’s office to enter private practice and has been working primarily in family law since that time.
Mr. Clemans knows how to resolve cases both in and out of court. He has found that many people are often unhappy with judicial decisions on their cases, because judicial officers do not know the circumstances of the people involved as well as those people do. He is a proponent of finding a workable solution and seeking to help people to problem solve together. Where people cannot resolve their differences through negotiation and mediation, Mr. Clemans has substantial courtroom experience. He has successfully tried many cases to verdict in front of juries and judges.
Before attending Brigham Young University, he served a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Samara, Russia and surrounding regions. During this time, he made wonderful friends and learned to love the Russian language. Mr. Clemans continues to be an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and teaches religion classes to high schoolers.
Mr. Clemans grew up in the suburbs of Denver and graduated from Douglas County High School in Castle Rock, Colorado. During his teenage years, he was an active Boy Scout and earned the Eagle Scout award.
Mr. Clemans and his amazing wife have four wonderful children and a great dog. He enjoys working with kids and youth through church service and sports. His hobbies include singing, reading, languages, technology, family history, camping, soccer, tennis, and bowling. Ask him about his first job as a teenager.