Doug was born in Denver, Colorado and moved to Colorado Springs in 1985. He and his wife Kitsen (a Colorado Springs native) have three adult sons and three grandchildren. Doug played professional baseball in the Montreal Expos organization before retiring in 1980. He has coached youth baseball, soccer and basketball in the Pikes Peak area for over 25 years.
Doug has been licensed to practice law in the state of Colorado since 1985 and is the managing attorney of Goldberg Law Center, P.C. The practice provides legal counsel and leadership in the areas of trusts and estates, asset protection, business representation, real estate and charitable giving. He received his B.S.B.A., his M.B.A. and his Juris Doctorate degrees from the University of Denver.
Doug is the co-author of four books on estate planning and one book for baseball catchers. He is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and sits on the Board of Directors of several non-profit organizations. Doug speaks frequently on estate, business and tax planning issues to audiences that include attorneys, CPAs, financial advisors as well as normal people.
Grant is a Colorado Springs native. He graduated from Colorado Springs Christian High School in 2005 and received his B.S. in Finance from UCCS in December 2009. Grant's primary responsibilities as our Director of Operations include the firm's operations financial matters, including billing, banking, payroll, vendor liaison, and equipment leasing. He also manages project lifecycles and workflow, maintains our IT system.
Jessica is a Colorado native, born in Denver, but raised in Black Forest, where her entire family lived within a quarter mile of her grandparents. She received her Associates degree in Paralegal Studies in 2009 and completed her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration in 2016. Jessica has two young children that fill her free time. Jessica is responsible for all of our general trust administration, distributions, accountings and reporting.