Also Licensed in Texas!

Kirk Garner is a licensed attorney in both Colorado and Texas. He has been licensed by the Supreme Court of the State of Texas since 1995, the year he graduated from Baylor Law School.


Kirk Garner practiced law in Texas for nearly 15 years. He had a general, small town practice, handling family law, probate, civil litigation, and personal injury cases.

If you need advice on a pending Texas case, give the Law Office of Kirk Garner a call today. Likewise, if you have a case that is being transferred from Texas to Colorado–or vice versa–Kirk Garner can help you interpret the orders, decrees, and pleadings from one state to the other. If you are served with papers from a Texas lawsuit, make sure you get legal advice. Texas may not have jurisdiction over you or your case. If you appear in a Texas court or fail to file a special appearance, you may give Texas jurisdiction. Don’t accidentally waive your right to be sued in your home state: call Kirk Garner to discuss your case today.

Kirk Garner is licensed in Colorado and Texas.

Kirk Garner is licensed in Colorado and Texas.

About Kirk Garner

Kirk Garner was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1967.  He was raised in and around Lubbock, Texas, and graduated from Shallowater High School in 1985.  Kirk graduated from Abilene Christian University in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing.  The week after graduation, he married his wife of now 22 years.  They have three daughters.

Kirk graduated from Baylor University School of Law in 1995.  During law school, he served on the Baylor Law Review, and was a member of the international legal fraternity Phi Delta Phi and the Harvey M. Richey Moot Court Society.

Upon graduation, Kirk Garner was admitted to the Texas Bar, and practiced law in Winnsboro, Texas, for fifteen years.  He had a general small-town practice, including family law, civil litigation, probate, and criminal defense.

In 2010, Kirk obtained his license to practice law in Colorado.  He and his family pulled up stakes and moved to Colorado Springs, where they had always wanted to live.

Kirk Garner opened his Colorado Springs law office in 2010. The Colorado Springs office is devoted to all aspects of family law, including divorce, child custody, child support, spousal maintenance, adoption, and grandparents’ rights.

In 2011, Kirk Garner added a second office in Woodland Park to better serve his clients in Teller County.  The Woodland Park practice is more of a general-civil, small town law firm. In addition to family law and dissolution of marriage, the office handles civil litigation, probate, and other matters. Have a case in Teller County? Call Kirk Garner today to see if he can help.