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Angela is a partner of Hays & Strode Law, P.C., where she specializes in domestic relations law. Angela was admitted to the Colorado bar in 2009 after attending law school at the University of Colorado. She began her legal career in insurance defense litigation at Baldwin Morgan and Rider, P.C. In 2012, she returned to her hometown of Rifle, Colorado to enjoy the quality of life and outdoor splendor of the western slope. Angela also serves as Vice President of the City of Rifle Visitor Improvement Fund board, and previously served as President of the Board for Girls on the Run Western Colorado. In her free time, Angela enjoys spending time with her husband and young son, yoga, and mountain biking.


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Ben is an associate member Balcomb & Green, P.C. His practice has a primary focus on business, real estate, and personal injury disputes. Before joining Balcomb & Green, Ben spent four years with a global-law-firm in Kansas City managing commercial and products liability litigation in various state and federal courts. He also spent time in New York City working at a global-law-firm where he handled mergers & acquisitions and counseled clients on corporate governance, securities laws, and financial regulations. Ben developed criminal trial experience while working as a prosecuting attorney for the City of St. Louis and gained extensive appellate knowledge while clerking for the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court.


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Haley is an associate attorney Garfield & Hecht, P.C. in the firm's Glenwood Springs office where she is active in the firm’s municipal, water, real estate, and civil litigation groups. She graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder, with a BA in environmental studies and later from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law with her J.D. Haley has been admitted in Colorado since 2014. She grew up in Glenwood Springs and was happy to secure gainful employment in her home town right out of law school. When not practicing law, Haley enjoys running, hiking, skiing, and all manner of outdoor activities.



Ryan was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 2011 and the Washington Bar in 2012.  He began his career at Beattie, Chadwick & Houpt in 2011 before returning to his native Seattle for a short stint as an Assistant Attorney General in the Natural Resources Division of the Washington State Office of the Attorney General.  Ryan returned to the Roaring Fork Valley and Beattie, Chadwick & Houpt in 2014 and focuses his practice on water rights, real property, and civil litigation.  Ryan is graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and Seattle University School of Law.  Ryan has been published in the University of Denver Water Law Review, the Seattle Journal for Social Justice, and the Colorado Lawyer.  Ryan has also volunteered his time with the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Special Committee on Young Lawyers, and he is a 2015 graduate of Roaring Fork Leadership.  When not working, Ryan can usually be found spending time with his wife and young children, hopefully doing something outside.


Delphine was admitted to the Colorado Bar in  2004 and joined Karp Neu Hanlon last October after relocating with her family from the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Prior to relocating, Delphine served as the Chief Disciplinary Counsel for the Supreme Court of the U.S. Virgin Islands.  During the first year of her appointment, Delphine reduced the average disciplinary case age from over six years to approximately six-months and prosecuted more than 70 cases that resulted in public discipline.  As a representative of the judiciary, Delphine was a regular speaker at Bar Association meetings and public events, presented an Ethics School to the membership, and published extensively in the areas of legal ethics, succession planning for lawyers, trust account recordkeeping, and professional regulation.  Delphine was an member of the National Organization of Bar Counsel for approximately five years, and remains an active member of the Colorado U.S. District Court Committee on Conduct, the Association of Professional Regulation Lawyers, and the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility.  Having graduated from Emory University School of Law in 2000, Delphine has been practicing law for more than 17 years and specializes in professional regulation, law practice management, legal ethics and employment law. 


I am a trial attorney and founding partner of Reynolds, Kalamaya & Voboril, LLC. I have taken over forty cases to trial, including approximately two dozen jury trials. Several of my cases have been featured in news publications like the Wall Street Journal, ESPN, New York Times and Denver Post. I have been named to the Rising Stars list for the last three years by Colorado Super Lawyers for Family Law. I am one of only three Rising Stars in Family Law based in the Central Rockies and Western Slope.

I primarily handle cases involving personal issues – divorce, child custody, complex property valuation, persons accused of committing crimes, and personal injury.

Personal Info: I earned a scholarship to play baseball at the University of Virginia. I spent a year teaching History in England at an elite boarding school, and have traveled to over 25 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. In my free time, I enjoy skiing, fly-fishing, mountain biking, and chasing my toddler-daughter around the mountains with my wife and baby boy.