Marc Patoile’s award-winning practice focuses on complex litigation, where he brings a law and business based education, which includes an M.B.A., together with a Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver, and a diverse range of courtroom experience to these matters. Mr. Patoile has developed a regional reputation as a Douglas County lawyer handling contested hearings in family law and trials in criminal matters throughout the courts of Colorado. With over 22 years of experience, he has assisted over 1000 clients. He receives many referrals from judges, other attorneys, clients and, often times, even from the opposing parties he has faced in court. In addition to divorce and criminal cases, he also practices in Colorado equine law matters.
He has first-chaired over 100 trials to juries and the courts in domestic, criminal and civil matters. Mr. Patoile has also served as a mediator and court-appointed special master (appointed by Douglas County judges), in addition to having a background in collaborative law, which affords him a unique perspective on settling complex matters. He has written for numerous publications on legal topics and has taught Continuing Legal Education courses to fellow attorneys.