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Sibylle M. Clark is an attorney with Montgomery Little & Soran, P.C. Her practice focuses on family law, criminal defense, and litigation. As a trial lawyer and a former prosecutor, Ms. Clark knows that you need an advocate, an expert advisor on the law, a strategist, a negotiator, and a litigator to obtain the most favorable outcome in your case. There is no substitute for an attorney who has invaluable trial experience in the courtroom. As a prior deputy district attorney in La Plata, Douglas, and El Paso County, Ms. Clark is an experienced and skillful trial attorney. She has 23 years of litigation experience as a family law attorney, a deputy district attorney, and defense counsel.

Ms. Clark joined Montgomery Little & Soran, P.C. in the spring of 2021. Ms. Clark strongly believes that thinking of “outside the box” solutions for her family law clients can often be the best way forward for a family struggling through the emotional and challenging process of dissolution. She structures settlements to meet her diverse clients’ needs. Ms. Clark handles dissolution of marriage and legal separation actions, including the division of property and debts, maintenance, and any child-related matters such as decision making, parenting time, child support, and relocation; post-decree modification of parenting time and child support; and enforcement of orders by contempt or execution of judgments.

Ms. Clark has tried more than 140 jury trials to include First and Second Degree Homicide, Attempted First and Second Degree Homicide, Armed Robbery, First, Second and Third Degree Burglary, First, Second and Third Degree Assault (Crime of Violence and Domestic Violence), Vehicular Homicide, Kidnapping, Adult Sex Assault, Sex Assault on Children, Position of Trust, Child Abuse, Cultivation and Possession of Marijuana, Crimes against the Elderly and other “at-risk” Victims, as well as DUI/DWAI cases.

Ms. Clark is originally from Biloxi, MS, and is fluent in German. Ms. Clark earned her undergraduate degree in Landscape Architecture from Mississippi State University and her law degree from Western Michigan University, Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan. Ms. Clark is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, Arapahoe Bar Association, and the Douglas and Elbert County Bar Associations. Ms. Clark is licensed to practice law in Colorado, Montana, and Michigan.

Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, Lansing, MI
Juris Doctor, May 1997

Mississippi State University/University of Washington, Seattle WA
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with a specialty in golf course design, Minor in Philosophy
1984-1988

Very Helpful

In going thru a divorce under very emotional circumstances, Ms. Sibylle Clark helped me thru a fairly difficult process resulting in what I feel was a very positive outcome. I feel like we, and her assistant Julie, worked thru the various steps as a team very well and were able to discuss issues frankly and to the point. I had already started the divorce process with my ex-wife, prior to coming back to their firm to help me proceed thru the final negotiations. From my experience in my divorce, I feel very comfortable in being able to recommend Ms. Clark to represent others.

MICHAEL CREGGER

Fantastic Attorney

Sibylle Clark is a fantastic attorney. She represented me in a professional, strategic, calm and well reasoned way. She couples strength with integrity. I highly recommend her legal services.

Chris Lepzinski

Stellar attorney

Sibylle is a outstanding professional, down to earth and has the ability to see through the games and diversions of opposing counsel. She does not waste your money by chit chatting and is straight to the point. Even when things look difficult and situations are tense she keeps a clear head and in focus. It was a rough ride but I am so glad she was on the drivers seat. I recommend her wholeheartedly. If you want to hire the best, go with Sibylle

Juan Miranda

Michigan, May 1998 Admitted to practice in State Court and Federal Court (Inactive)

Colorado, October 2000 Admitted to practice in State Court and Federal Court

Montana, September 2003 Admitted to practice in State Court and Federal Court (Inactive)

Taught a CLE at the Colorado Bar Association’s spring 2022 Family Law Continuing Legal Education Seminar: Vaccination Orders from State Court: An Overview of Constitutional Constraints and Current Jurisprudence.

Family Law:

  • Divorce
  • Custody
  • Mediation
  • Domestic Relations Litigation
  • Allocation of Parental Responsibilities
  • Legal Separation
  • Modification of Spousal Maintenance
  • Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Contempt & Enforcement of Orders and Judgments
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Common-law Marriage
  • Modification of Parenting Time
  • Family Law
  • Prenuptial and Marital Agreements
  • Annulment
  • Divorce Arbitration
  • Grandparents Custody & Visitation Rights

Criminal Law:

  • Assault
  • Child Abuse
  • Criminal Indecency
  • Criminal Impersonation
  • Criminal Mischief
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Domestic Violence
  • Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Drugs, or Both (DUI / DUI-D), and Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI)
  • Drug Crimes Possession/Distribution
  • False Imprisonment
  • Harassment / Stalking
  • Indecent Exposure
  • Menacing
  • Minor in Possession of Alcohol
  • Murder
  • Obstructing a Peace Officer
  • Perjury
  • Pre-Filing Investigation Representation
  • Resisting Arrest
  • Sexual Assault
  • Sexual Assault on a Child
  • Sexual Exploitation of a Child
  • Tampering
  • Theft
  • Trespass
  • White Collar Crimes