Christine Salamon is an associate attorney at Maceau Law. Her progressive and diversified background gives her the vast experience that you need for personal service and compassionate representation.
Ms. Salamon, a Colorado native, has over 13 years of experience working with, and litigating for, Colorado children and adults in court systems, social services, welfare systems, law enforcement agencies and many other county and state entities.
She has vast experience in divorce law,
child custody, child support and dependency and neglect cases. Because of her skills in the area of family law, Ms. Salamon is heralded for her grace under pressure.
Ms. Salamon is a former Deputy District Attorney in Durango, CO where she was involved with numerous court and jury trials and hearings. As an Assistant County Attorney in Summit County, CO, Ms. Salamon combined her work ethic and empathy to provide advice and representation to the Summit County Department of Social Services in the following areas: Child Welfare, Adult Protective Services, Child Support Enforcement and other related social services programs. She also prepared all legal documents and provided legal representation and litigation for all dependency and neglect cases, foster care placements, adoptions, termination of parental rights, appeals, guardianships and contempt proceedings.
Ms. Salamon is currently litigating all areas of family law with Maceau Law.
Ms. Salamon received her Juris Doctor from Creighton University School of Law after graduating from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Having grown up in Breckenridge, CO, she is easily at home in the Colorado outdoors, hiking, fishing and camping, especially with her loyal yellow lab. You can rest assured that she knows how to navigate the delicate areas of family, as evident in her love for the Denver Broncos, while her husband cheers for his Dallas Cowboys.