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What We Do

A divorce is one of the most traumatic events a person can experience. The attorneys at Travis Law Group are committed to providing representation that enables our clients to make well-informed decisions during this most stressful period.

The personal injury attorneys at Travis Law Group understand the physical and emotional pain associated with an injury. We provide skilled and aggressive representation to help you and/or your loved ones who have been seriously injured or harmed by another.

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Satisfied Client Stories

The Law Team

Richard Travis
Managing Partner

Richard Travis is committed to providing thorough, effective, and compassionate legal representation to all of his clients. Over 25 years of practicing law, Rich has earned a reputation as a tough, aggressive, ethical litigator. He is licensed in the states of Colorado, Massachusetts, and Maine. Rich started practicing law in a small Boston firm. Then in 1993, he joined the Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corp (JAG).  While in the JAG Corp, Rich provided legal assistance to soldiers and their dependents. He also represented Evans Army Community Hospital in cases involving medical malpractice. However, for most of his military career, Rich was a trial counsel and senior trial counsel. Rich tried numerous jury trials involving, rape, assault, child abuse, involuntary manslaughter, and murder. After a successful career in the Army, he joined the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office in Arapahoe and Douglas counties. There, Rich tried cases involving driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs and domestic violence. In 1999, Rich and Wayne Anderson formed Anderson & Travis. For 18 years, Anderson & Travis provided quality legal counsel in the areas of family law, personal injury, criminal defense, and military law. Over the years, he developed an expertise in family law and high conflict divorce. He has represented clients seeking a divorce, legal separation, parenting time, child support, and maintenance. Rich has also successfully defended soldiers in courts-martial and represented clients who were injured either by a collision, professional negligence, or unsafe conditions. Richard’s core belief is that personal injury cases are not just about money; they are about helping clients get better. Since Wayne’s retirement in June 2017, Rich has taken the firm forward as Travis Law Group to continue serving the clients that have come to depend on his expertise and stellar performance as a litigator. Rich received his JD from Widener University School of Law and his BA from Bates College. Rich is also a member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, the Inns of Court, and former Chairman of the El Paso Country Family Law Bar. He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife and two children. He is an avid skier, mountain bike rider, and GS adventure rider. Rich is committed to providing personal and meaningful representation to his clients. Rich’s approach to the practice of law and his commitment to his clients are why over 90% of his cases are from referrals.

Mitchell Smith

Aut inveniam viam aut faciam, “I shall either find a way or make one”, once uttered by Hannibal seeking a path over the Alps, is the code by which Mitch approaches the practice of law.  Blessed with tenacity, creativity, curiosity, and native ability Mitch takes seriously client advocacy. Coming to the law from a diverse background in a number of roles in various industries including movie making, real estate brokering, and energy consulting, provides Mitch a depth of insight and experience into people and systems.  Following internships with Colorado’s Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office and Colorado’s Fourth Judicial District Court, Mitch graduated from Washburn University School of Law with honors.  Upon admission to the Colorado Bar Mitch began practicing with Anderson & Travis, P.C. in diverse practice areas.  Mitch then opened his own firm, where his practice focused on civil litigation in a number of areas including real estate, probate, personal injury, commercial, and domestic matters.  As fate would have it, Mitch returned to Travis Law Group, PLLC where he continues his advocacy for clients.  Not only does Mitch serve his clients, but also serves his community as evidenced by his tenure as a Commissioner on a County planning commission, ten years of coaching high school mock trial, and serving as a board member on a not-for-profit youth soccer organization.  Abraham Lincoln once said “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the ax.”  Mitch regularly sharpens his ax at the National Institute of Trial Advocates (NITA).  As a disciple of the age old tradition of learning through the spoken word, Mitch is an avid storyteller that employs his love of storytelling to both entertain and persuade. When not advocating, Mitch enjoys all things Colorado, especially with his children.       

Dauna Overly

Dauna Overly is a paralegal with Travis Law Group and has more than 25 years experience in multiple areas of the law: domestic relations, personal injury, criminal, domestic violence, civil and military. She’s been a vital member of the Travis Law Group legal team for 15 years. Originally from Pennsylvania, Dauna earned a Pre-Law Associates degree and then attended Pennsylvania State University where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration. She provided service to her community as a volunteer legal advocate on behalf of abused women and children. She moved from a volunteer to developing, obtaining funding and then establishing a domestic violence legal clinic. To this day, this clinic continues to provide access to attorneys and legal support for domestic violence victims to successfully resolve their cases. Dauna also spent 11 years as a Senior Litigation Paralegal managing multi-million dollar cases involving personal injury, auto product liability, and medical malpractice. Dauna enjoys challenging and complex litigation, as well as the diversity of cases she supports at Travis Law Group. Her goal is to be a one-on-one conduit for the legal process, offering vital information and hope for our clients as they navigate challenging life events. Dauna enjoys hiking and camping in Colorado, as well as spending rewarding time with her granddaughters. She volunteers at their school and with the Girl Scouts.

Megan Hersh
Managing Paralegal

Megan Hersh is the managing paralegal with Travis Law Group. Megan joined the firm as a records clerk and quickly worked her way into her paralegal position. She obtained her paralegal degree from Pikes Peak Community College while serving tables and raising her daughter. Megan enjoys working with our clients in a compassionate, patient, and understanding way. In her managing role, Megan manages the office systems, processes, human resources, and marketing. Megan is originally from California. She loves to hike, read, run and spend time with her family. She has dreamed of working in the legal field since she was a child and finds herself very happy to be currently living that dream.

Marissa Sterrett

Marissa Sterrett is a paralegal with Travis Law Group and has nearly 10 years of legal experience in multiple areas of the law including: domestic relations, civil litigation and appellate law. Marissa supports the practice in everyday case management including corresponding with clients, court, and opposing counsel. She also assists with hearing preparation, mediation, drafting of documents, and preparing discovery to counsel. Marissa was born and raised in McAllen, Texas. She graduated from St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. Marissa is a diligent worker, who is dedicated to the success of each case. She genuinely cares for her clients and enjoys helping people find resolution and peace. Marissa enjoys crossfit, skiing, hiking, and exploring different parts of Colorado. She loves spending time with her family and dogs, Carly and Graham.

Marianne Paine

Marianne Paine is a receptionist for Travis Law Group. She has over 35 years of experience in handling a front desk and being a receptionist. She loves people and will greet you with a smile and go out of her way to help with whatever you may need. Prior to joining the firm in 2017, Marianne was the administrative assistant and receptionist for the Colorado Springs Sky Sox for 11 years. She worked with a school district in Tucson as a secretary for 3 years. Marianne also has a great deal of experience in varied aspects of law as she spent 21 years running the Fernley substation for Lyon County Sheriff’s Dept. in Nevada. Marianne was born in California and enjoys travel, reading, movies and spending time with her husband, children and grandchildren.


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