BRYCE R. LEE, ESQ.
Bryce Lee moved his family to Fruita, Colorado in 2014 and could not be more pleased to establish his law practice in Mesa County. Bryce’s practice is dedicated to bankruptcy, estate planning, and family law. Bryce has helped many throughout the Western Slope establish complicated trusts, wills, and other estate planning needs. Through his family law practice, he represents parties to divorce, parents in child custody matters, prospective adoptive parents, and other matters relating to family law. Bryce works hard to establish a relationship with his clients and to base his efforts on the client’s needs.
Bryce obtained his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Brigham Young University in 2009, while there he was a member of the BYU Swim Team. He went on to earn his law degree in 2012 from the University of Wyoming where he was active in student government serving as President of the law school student body and Vice President in the J. Reuben Clark Law Society.
After law school, Bryce began his career in California where he focused on general litigation and unlawful detainers.
Bryce is licensed to practice law in both Colorado and California. Bryce is an active member of the Grand Junction Lion’s Club.
Bryce, a California native, is married to Aubrey Lee, a Colorado native with deep roots in Grand Junction, and together they have a son and three daughters.
When you bring your case to Bryce R. Lee, you can trust he will efficiently assess the problem and create an effective solution. This is why many of his current cases are referrals from previous clientele.
Bryce R. Lee, PLLC has offices conveniently located just off I-70, Exit 19 in Fruita, CO and provides legal services to clients in Fruita, Grand Junction, Loma, Mack, Palisade, Parachute, Montrose, Delta, Mesa County, and all of the Grand Valley and Colorado Western Slope.
BRYCE R. LEE, PLLC
Attorney at Law
622 Rood Ave., Suite B
Grand Junction, CO 81501
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