Antommaria &Associates LLC
Call Us: 970-346-8888 | 1029 14th St Greeley CO, 80631-3836 USA

Our Team

Testimony from our clients have described our lawyers and staff as being “responsive,” “experienced,” “service-oriented,” “focused on positive results,” “analytical,” “creative,” “passionate” and “forward-thinking.” Our reputation rests on the sizable expertise of our professionals, but it also reflects our unwavering commitment to provide our clients maximum value from the legal services we offer.
For more information about our individual attorneys, please click on the respective attorney profile linked below.
Amy M. Antommaria — Mediation & Arbitration in Greeley, CO

Amy M. Antommaria

Amy the owner of the firm and is an experienced Northern Colorado attorney who has practiced for over 15 years and successfully facilitates excellent results in amicable cases as well as high conflict disputes. Areas of practice include Family Law, Wills and Estates, and Bankruptcy
Milena Rodionov — Separation Agreements in Greeley, CO

Milena Rodionov

Milena is an experienced Northern Colorado Attorney with years of experience as a Deputy District attorney. She now applies her vast experience and success to the following Areas of practice: Family Law, Criminal Law, Immigration and Wills and Estates.
Scott Goldstone — Maintenance in Greeley, CO

Scott Goldstone

Scott is an experienced Northern Colorado Attorney who is committed to protecting your rights and interests. Scott is a skilled mediator and a zealous litigator. Areas of practice include Family Law, Tax Solutions and Personal Injury cases.
Scott Goldstone — Maintenance in Greeley, CO

Amy Antommaria, Milena Rodionov, and Scott Goldstone are members of many professional legal organizations including: the Colorado Bar Association, the Colorado Bar Association Family Law Section, Weld County Bar Association and are active in providing pro bono services for those in need.
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