Alex Masterson practices in the area of family law. He works diligently to seek effective resolutions for his clients involved in child custody matters and clients going through divorce. Mr. Masterson handles a wide range of family law matters and their complexities, including the litigation that often accompanies high conflict cases. When litigation is not the solution, Mr. Masterson seeks to resolve cases in the manner most beneficial to his client.
Mr. Masterson was born and raised in Alabama and moved to Colorado in 2014. He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Birmingham-Southern College in 2011, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2014. While in law school, Mr. Masterson was an advocate on the National Trial Advocacy Competition Team and a member of the Bench & Bar Legal Honor Society.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Masterson clerked for the El Paso County Attorney’s Office and Colorado’s 5th Judicial District Attorney’s Office, where he worked on matters related to constitutional and public sector law, election law, criminal prosecution, and land use. While in Alabama, Mr. Masterson also gained experience in criminal defense while clerking at the Tuscaloosa Public Defender’s Office and for Attorney Lee Hale Jr., of Mobile, Alabama.
Mr. Masterson is involved with the El Paso County Bar Association, the El Paso County Family Law Section, and the Ben S. Wendelken Inn of Court, in addition to the Colorado Bar Association. Mr. Masterson currently serves on the El Paso County Bar Association Board of Governors.