Thomas R. LaCroix
Tom and his wife have made their home in Grand Junction for over 36 years, where they have raised two daughters. Tom’s interests include spending time outdoors, flying and skiing with his family. Over the years, Tom has volunteered with numerous local organizations, such as Kiwanis. . He has also served on several area boards, including Community Hospital, Hospice of the Grand Valley, United Way, the Colorado National Monument and the Grand Junction Regional Airport.
Tom’s practice includes divorce/family law, adoption, business law, criminal law, traffic law, probate, real estate and general civil litigation. Although diversified, Tom’s practice is well supplemented with frequent study and compliance with Continuing Legal Education. He is known for his ability to understand the problem and craft a creative solution.
Amy C. Hand
Amy Hand has been practicing law since 1994, and is licensed in both the State of Colorado and Michigan. Amy received her undergraduate degree in Political Science/Pre-Law from Michigan State University and her law degree from Drake University. Amy worked for the firm for several years after law school before returning to Michigan to practice law. She returned to the firm in 2005 to continue her practice in Grand Junction.
Amy and her husband chose the Western Slope of Colorado to raise a family because of the welcoming and supportive community, in combination with the unique landscape and unlimited outdoor activities.
Professionally, Amy’s practice concentrates primarily in the area of family law and divorce law; however, she also provides compassionate advocacy in a variety of areas of civil practice. Amy’s efficient, professional and caring approach can make your legal matter a less difficult and more cost-effective process.
Daniel M. Garcia
Daniel Garcia joined LaCroix & Hand, P.C., in September 2015. Originally from Denver, CO, Daniel graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, MA, in 2005. He is licensed to practice law in Colorado and Alaska, where he served as a Law Clerk for a Superior Court Judge and an Assistant District Attorney in Anchorage. Daniel also spent several years as a police officer in Alaska and New Hampshire before returning to practice law in the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office as a Deputy District Attorney. The Colorado Welfare Fraud Counsel named him Welfare Fraud Prosecutor of the year in 2015.
Daniel chose Grand Junction as his home and the place to raise his family because he enjoys the outdoor opportunities that abound in the area. You will often find him on his mountain bike or trail running after work, and camping and fishing on the weekends.
Daniel’s practice includes family law, business law, civil litigation, foreclosures, criminal law, as well as wills and estates. He works hard to give each client the personalized attention that they deserve, and uses his extensive experience in the courtroom to advocate for his clients.