Professionals

William L Hunnicutt

William L. Hunnicutt

After stints of military service, cross-country trucking and graduate studies in philosophy, Bill Hunnicutt found himself practicing divorce law in 1977. He has no plans to stop. In recent years, he has divided his practice approximately equally between advocacy for a client and third-party neutral service as a divorce mediator, arbitrator and court-appointed special master. With the exception of a brief foray into securities fraud and accountant malpractice litigation in the mid-1980s, he has devoted his entire legal career exclusively to assisting in the difficult and complex process of divorce. – Read More

Lily D. Appelman

Lily Appelman joined Bill Hunnicutt at the regional law firm of Sherman & Howard upon her graduation from law school. Their close professional partnership continued with their own firm in 1992. They have learned much from each other not only about divorce practice, but also about the challenge of major life transitions. – Read More

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Erica R Kemmerley

Erica R Kemmerley

Erica Kemmerley joined Bill Hunnicutt and Lily Appelman in 1999, having already distinguished herself in her first 11 years of divorce practice as extraordinarily skilled and perceptive regarding child-related divorce issues. Upon her arrival to the firm, she rapidly augmented that expertise by assisting with complex financial issues. – Read More

Cheryl A Loetscher

After 17 years as a divorce legal assistant in other firms, including co-authorship of the Colorado Bar Associations Family Law Handbook in 1995, Cheryl Loetscher was seduced out of temporary retirement to join Hunnicutt & Appelman in 2001 to assist with an extraordinarily complex and intense representation. Her outstanding performance led to full time service highly valued by the firm and our clients. Cheryl is known by clients and colleagues to be diligent, to require diligence from others and to be almost immediately available as the repository of countless facts relevant to representations.

The other side of Cheryl Loetscher is her national recognition as a poet, with collections published as Unclaimed Baggage in 2007 and The Butcher’s Daughter in 2013.

Cheryl A Loetscher

Rachelle L Morales

Rachelle L Morales

Rachelle Morales came to Hunnicutt & Appelman with Erica Kemmerley, whom she had assisted since 1990. In addition to her 20 years of experience, she innately understands the demands of organization, scheduling and planning which equates to successful case management. Sometimes even more important in family law, she understands the importance of being patient, a judicious sympathetic listener, and a comfort to our clients who are experiencing personal turmoil. She is a Colorado native, a devoted mother and a rescue dog lover.