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Michael K. Palmer is an Attorney with Montgomery Little & Soran. Prior to joining Montgomery Little & Soran, Mr. Palmer worked as the Senior Associate at a family law firm in the Denver Tech Center. Prior to that, Mr. Palmer was an associate at a family law firm in Westminster.

Mr. Palmer’s practice focuses solely on domestic relations matters which includes dissolution of marriage and legal separation, including all related aspects such as the division of property and debts, spousal support and attorney’s fees, child custody issues such as the allocation of decision-making and parenting time (including high conflict and relocation actions) and child support; post-decree modifications of parenting time, decision-making, child support, and spousal support; enforcement of court orders including the enforcement of parenting time disputes. Mr. Palmer has extensive experience both prosecuting and defending contempt of court actions as he honed his skills in defending contempt actions as a court-appointed attorney for indigent parents being charged with contempt of court in the 17th Judicial District (Adams and Broomfield Counties) early in his career. Mr. Palmer has significant courtroom experience in handling all aspects of domestic relations litigation. He can also handle appeals related to all aspects of family law issues.

Mr. Palmer was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. He earned his law degree from the University of Nebraska in May 2013, graduating in the top one-third of his class. During his time in law school, Mr. Palmer served as the President of the Moot Court Board and was a member of the Order of the Barristers. He passed the bar exam in July 2013 and has been practicing exclusively family law since that time.

In his free time, Mr. Palmer enjoys spending time with his family, cheering on his beloved Nebraska Cornhuskers and is an avid cinemagoer.

2013 J.D.
University of Nebraska College of Law

2010 B.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice
University of Nebraska at Omaha (attended Lincoln campus)

Dissolution of Marriage
Allocation of Parental Responsibilities
Post Decree Modifications
Enforcement of Court Orders
Appeals (District Court or Court of Appeals)