Tammara Bauer

Tammara Bauer is the managing attorney and owner of Bauer Law, LLC. She has vast experience enabling her to assist her clients in navigating a variety of legal matters and is passionate in her representation of Clients. Tammara is careful to properly evaluate the unique aspects of each case to ensure the best representation for her clients.   

Tammara is native to Colorado and graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Bachelor of Science in Business. She then graduated from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law with a Juris Doctor degree.  Tammara started her legal career in criminal prosecution, but now focuses most of her private practice on Wills, Trusts, Estate, Probate, Protective Proceedings, Family Law, and Business Law. She also serves as the associate judge for the Commerce City Municipal Court. 

In her free time, Tammara enjoys spending time with her family, skiing, and golfing. 


Andrew Dunkin

Andrew Dunkin is an associate attorney at Bauer Law, LLC dedicated to the practice of family law. He is a compassionate advocate who understands the complexities and difficulties involved in family law. Andrew has been exposed to a wide range of family law issues, and he is dedicated to guiding clients through the process while advocating for their best interests. 

Andrew grew up in Tennessee and graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science and Philosophy. He then received his Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois. Andrew has always been passionate about helping people in difficult situations, and he has been involved in numerous cases through Colorado Legal Services, Metro Volunteer Lawyers, The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network, and the Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic.  

In his free time, Andrew loves spending time with his wife and young son, and their corgi named Knox. He has a passion for music and history, and he spends most of his spare time playing the guitar and banjo or reading about military history.