Bronwyn Scurlock

Scurlock Family Law LLC
Scurlock Family Law LLC
242 Linden Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524 United States

Bronwyn Scurlock was born in Portsmouth, Ohio, a small town in Southern Ohio. In 1997, she attended the University of South Carolina, and graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. degree in 2000. In 2001, she attended the University of Toledo College of Law, and graduated Cum Laude with a J.D. in 2004.

She was a City Attorney in the public sector for sixteen (16) years before switching her career to family law. During those years, she primarily advised law enforcement, traffic and code enforcement officers, worked as a prosecutor, and handled marijuana and liquor licensing matters. During her lengthy public service career, in both Denver and Fort Collins, she worked to develop and implement several specialty courts designed to find a more appropriate and suitable remedy aimed at rehabilitating defendants with lengthy criminal histories, rather than imposing jail and/or probation. Further, she drafted many of the City of Fort Collins’ criminal and civil laws, as well as the City’s marijuana business licensing structure.

After Ms. Scurlock’s extensive city attorney career, she successfully pivoted her legal career to focus solely on family law, working for two (2) years at The Law Office of Stephen Vertucci, LLC.

During this time, she had the privilege of representing clients successfully in a multitude of cases, continuously worked toward delivering the best outcomes, and developed a sincere passion for navigating families on a legal path forward. 

Ms. Scurlock has recently embarked upon the journey of creating her own law firm at Scurlock Family Law, LLC. 

Scurlock Family Law LLC specializes in the following areas of family law:



Allocation of Parental Responsibilities (non-married parents with children)  

Child custody

Child support

Civil Protective Orders

Civil Unions 


Domestic violence 

Legal Separation

LGBTQ + Family Law Services

Military Divorce

Post-Decree Modifications

Property distribution 

Restrictions of Parenting Time 

Parenting Time Disputes

Substance abuse

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