Patrick is an experienced advocate at both the trial and appellate levels. He has litigated cases across Colorado, in state and federal courts, and has secured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for his clients.
Patrick’s practice focuses on fraud and probate litigation. In his fraud practice, he represents victims of investment fraud, consumer fraud, and elder financial abuse, as well as creditors whose collection efforts have been hindered by debtors’ fraudulent transfers. Patrick has an established track record collecting judgments and extensive knowledge of the Colorado Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, under which he has prosecuted numerous cases on behalf of creditors seeking to unwind fraudulent transfers and hold transferees liable.
In his probate practice, Patrick represents clients in will contests, where claims of undue influence, coercion, duress, and lack of testamentary capacity often arise. He also counsels heirs, devisees, and beneficiaries in estate and trust actions against personal representatives and trustees for breach of fiduciary duties.
Patrick earned his bachelor’s and law degrees from the University of Michigan, where he was an editor of The University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform.