Hannah Paille is an attorney practicing family law in Colorado. Hannah is passionate about her practice and considers it a privilege when clients entrust her with important legal issues pertaining to their families. Hannah advocates for families inside and outside of the courtroom, focusing on dissolution’s of marriage, post-decree parenting time disputes, and other issues that may arise for families on their journey through these processes.
Hannah is originally from Bossier City, Louisiana. Hannah earned her Bachelor of Arts from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana, where she served as president of the debate team and realized she was happiest when she was explaining complex issues to an audience. Hannah went on to earn her law degree from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, spending one year of law school at the University of Denver as a visiting student. In law school, Hannah gained valuable experience clerking for the Middle District of Louisiana District Court. Hannah has experience in media law, criminal law, employment law, government contracts law, and family law.
Hannah achieved two of her dreams when she moved to Colorado in 2016 and went on to be admitted to practice law in Colorado. Hannah is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and the Douglas/Elbert Bar Association.