Kate M. Lewis is a founding shareholder of Cage Bucar Lewis, LLC. Kate specializes in high asset divorces and separations and high conflict parenting disputes, including cases involving mental health issues, domestic violence, and substance abuse.
She primarily practices in divorces, separations, allocation of parental responsibility actions (“custody”), post-decree child support and/or maintenance modifications, parenting time disputes, high asset divorces, complicated financial matters, grandparent visitation cases, juvenile matters, paternity actions, and protection orders.
Kate is also a mediator, parenting coordinator and decision maker. Kate is both an advocate and a counselor to her clients, and will connect her clients to the right team of financial planners, therapists, and experts needed to facilitate the special needs of their cases.
To that end, Kate has served as the Treasurer, Secretary and is currently Vice President of the Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (MDIC), an organization of mental health professionals and family law attorneys who meet each month to discuss and educate one another about the overlap between the professions. Kate is also a competitive endurance athlete.
To date, she has run 12 marathons, including winning her age group in the New York City Marathon, and in 2010 she completed her first full 140.6 mile Ironman.