Brett W. Martin, Esq.
Brett is licensed to practice law in New York and Colorado. He is the sole shareholder and managing attorney of the Martin Law Firm, the business name of Brett W. Martin, P.C., a law firm located in Westminster, Colorado. Brett was born in Pasadena, California. He is a veteran and served with the U.S. Army from 1971 until his Honorable Discharge in 1979.
Brett is an advocate of fathers seeking to be actively involved with the parenting of their children. He has four children of his own and has personally experienced the heartbreak of divorce and family breakup. Brett initially formed the law firm of Brett W. Martin, P.C., in 1996 to provide quality and professional representation to fathers involved in custody law disputes.
Brett started his career as a lawyer in upstate New York in 1983 representing the buyers in a home purchase contract dispute on appeal. Following a successful appeal, Brett's practice in commercial matters grew and expanded into business financial restructuring and bankruptcy reorganization under Chapters 11 and 12. In 1986, responding to the financial plight of farmers in a tough economy, Brett's practice developed an emphasis in the representation of small dairy farmers in their struggle to keep the family farm.
Upon moving to Colorado in 1989, Brett continued to practice in the areas of business financial restructuring, bankruptcy and commercial litigation. Following the birth of his daughter in 1992, he took a sabbatical from the practice of law to become a stay-at-home dad and pursued a hobby in carpentry and cabinetmaking. With his marriage ending in 1995, however, Brett returned to the full-time practice of law and founded the present firm with an emphasis in the representation of fathers in domestic matters. Brett uses the negotiating, planning and litigating skills acquired through his years of experience in business and financial matters to advance the interests of dads in parenting disputes.
From representing fathers in custody law matters, Brett's practice has expanded into the areas of restraining orders, stepparent adoptions, criminal defense and dependency and neglect proceedings. Cases accepted have frequently involved allegations of parental alienation, domestic violence and spousal or child abuse. Representation is currently accepted on behalf of fathers, mothers and grandparents in all areas of family and domestic law.
Commercial litigation, landlord and tenant, wills and estates, small business, corporate, civil litigation and appellate cases are welcome. Brett has maintained his practice in commercial and general business matters for existing clients and their families, and welcomes new challenges and just causes.
D. Jason Brewer, Esq.
Jason was born in Dayton, Ohio, and grew up in Waddy, Kentucky. He graduated with honors from Western Kentucky University in 1993 and received his law degree from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1996. Jason has been practicing law in the state of Colorado since 2000, and has practiced in jurisdictions all across the State of Colorado.
Jason began his career as a Deputy District Attorney for the 6th Judicial District in Durango where he prosecuted a variety of crimes as well as recovering substantial sums in restitution for victims of crimes throughout the district.
After leaving the District Attorney's Office, Jason began his career as a criminal defense attorney as an associate with the Law Office of Eugene Farish, P.C., in Monte Vista, Colorado. While practicing in the San Luis Valley, Jason had the opportunity to defend clients accused of a wide variety of offenses ranging from aggravated assaults and attempted murder to traffic offenses and drivers license issues. It was during his time in the San Luis Valley that Mr. Brewer also began representing clients in dependency and neglect actions and other domestic and family law issues. Jason assisted clients in regaining parenting time with their children, modifying their child support, negotiating child support arrears with various child support enforcement agencies. He also litigated contempt citations involving child support, and denial of parenting time. Jason returned to the Denver area and worked for a time doing transactional real estate and entity formation before returning to the practice of criminal defense and family law issues as an associate of the Law Offices of Rodger Daley and the Britt Law Group respectively.
Jason has a wide breadth of experiences in both criminal defense and family law and he firmly believes that practicing in these areas, gives him the opportunity to make positive change in the lives of his clients and their families. In his spare time, Jason enjoys spectator sports, hiking and camping, photography, travel, and reading nonfiction.
Rebecca M. Amat-y-Leon, Esq.
Rebecca is an associate family law attorney with Martin Law Firm. She is licensed to practice law in all Colorado state courts and in the Federal District Court of Colorado and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Rebecca was born in Boulder, Colorado, and received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder before going to law school at the University of Denver College of Law.
While in law school, she clerked for the Boulder Family Court Facilitator’s Office and was a law clerk for a family and animal practice in Castle Rock.
Rebecca has a passion for Animal Law and is experienced with various types of animal cases including civil litigation, replevin, agistor’s liens, and criminal defense.
Rebecca is both a mom and a step-mom and has a domestic relations practice in all types of family law cases including divorce, allocation of parental responsibilities, and post-decree matters. In addition, she is regularly appointed by the court to represent indigent defendants in both misdemeanor criminal and civil contempt matters.