Eric B. Limegrover
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Eric B. Limegrover is an Attorney at The Harris Law Firm who provides client-focused representation in family law cases involving divorce, parental rights, dependency and neglect, and more.
Passionate about his work, Eric was drawn to the legal profession by his love to debate, argue, and advocate. He enjoys the excitement of being a trial lawyer and the challenge of securing decisions in his clients’ favor. He believes his role as an attorney is one that requires close communication and personalized service, as well as an investment of the time necessary to ensure clients understand their options and feel comfortable making decisions about their next steps.
Born in Miami, Eric earned his undergraduate degree from Florida State University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Wyoming College of Law. While in law school, he argued before the State Supreme Court and later volunteered for mock trial competitions for local high schools and at the Summer Trial Institute at the UW College of Law, where he continues to volunteer yearly.
Following law school, Eric worked as a trial lawyer representing clients in matters ranging from simple traffic tickets to first-degree murder. Driven by a desire to help people during difficult periods in their lives and make a difference, he turned his focus to family law.
Now with The Harris Law Firm, Eric blends his analytical abilities with a compassionate, client-focused approach to help clients navigate a range of complex and contested cases. He draws from his background in tech to leverage new and secure technologies that promote case efficiency and uses the clear and concise language he learned as a developer to provide clients with the unvarnished truth and an honest inventory of their available options. But while he is practical and analytical, Eric is also mindful of the emotional strains his clients face. As a child of a contentious and stressful divorce himself, he is invested in finding solutions that shield children from unnecessary trauma and believes in the importance of ensuring that clients feel comfortable and confident at each stage of their case.
As an advocate, Eric knows legal proceedings can make for stressful experiences, and emphasizes patience in his practice. He strives to secure settlements that save his clients time and money and works with opposing parties to encourage productive negotiations. However, he always handles cases as if they will go to trial and uses his litigation experience to skillfully present his clients’ positions as ones which provide the best and most equitable resolution.
Eric has been married 17 years to his wonderful wife and has two dogs and two cats. A self-professed gear head, he can often be found on the weekends working on his car, flying radio-controlled aircraft, or dabbling in some IT project.
- Colorado, 2015
- Montana, 2020
- US District Court, District of Colorado 2016
- Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
- Denver Bar Association
- Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
- University of Wyoming College of Law, 2014
- Florida State University, 2008