Anthony J. Zarsky is a licensed attorney in Colorado whose practice focuses exclusively on family law. Anthony is an empathetic advocate for clients who are often going through some of the most difficult times in their lives. He is committed to seeking practical resolutions in cases while passionately advocating for his clients. Anthony works closely with his clients to ensure their case is handled in a respectful manor while also focusing on each client’s goals.
Anthony’s experience ranges from handling cases involving high-net worth estates, business interests, high-conflict divorce, and child custody cases to the division of modest marital estates and the drafting of parenting plans for families who simply need assistance navigating their way through the legal process. Anthony’s practice is to handle cases from goal-oriented perspective, with a focus on both client’s immediate needs and long-term goals.
Anthony began his legal career as a judicial intern for the honorable Judge Jill Brady in the 4th Judicial District of Colorado, whose courtroom was dedicated to a domestic and civil docket. Anthony also interned with the honorable Judge Jessica Curtis in the 4th Judicial District in a courtroom dedicated to a juvenile docket. Additionally, Anthony interned with the honorable Magistrate Daphne Burlingame in the 4th Judicial District in a drug court docket focused on rehabilitating individuals suffering from drug addictions. Anthony practiced as a student in the Family Law Clinic at Penn State, representing victims of domestic abuse and individuals with family law disputes.
Anthony is an alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin and graduated from the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law. Anthony resides in Denver, CO. Anthony hails from Houston, TX and his hobbies include attending concerts, traveling, hiking, camping, cooking, spending time with his dog, and exploring Colorado with his friends.
Anthony is an involved member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Denver Bar Association, the Family Law Section, the Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee, and the Colorado LGBT Bar Association.