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Rachel Larson


Rachel Larson joined Chayet & Danzo, LLC, in 2014 as a probate paralegal. Ms. Larson primarily assists with Probate and Trust administration. Her duties include drafting correspondence and legal documents, maintaining case files, and providing support to ongoing Probate & Trust administration as well as to client relations and communication.

In 2009, Ms. Larson earned a Bachelor of Arts from Hope College in Michigan with a double-major in English with a Creative Writing Emphasis and Spanish. In 2013, she completed her paralegal education at Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, Colorado.

Rachel is a Colorado transplant, having sought out the sun all the way from Indiana. After hours you may find her hiking and singing at the top of her lungs, or biking with a book tucked away for later.

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