Carolyn Pence-Smith earned her law degree from Brigham Young University in 2002. She completed basic and advanced mediation training while at BYU and taught a basic mediation class to students in the business school. Carolyn graduated from University of Wyoming in 1998, with a degree in Social Work.
At Preston, Pence & Lisonbee, Carolyn handles family law cases (divorces, modifications, enforcements of divorce decrees, paternity), adoptions (including step-parent adoptions), and guardianships. She is committed to helping families transition during difficult periods of their lives and hopes that she can help families find peace as they let her handle the stress that comes with the process of divorce. Carolyn also likes to help individuals find ways to reduce conflict. Carolyn offers mediation services.
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